SAN JOSE > BASKETBALL
Aaron, a 6'8" senior swingman at Archbishop Mitty High, scored a game-high 24 points and had eight rebounds to lead the West team to a 110--99 win over the East at the 36th annual McDonald's All-American game in Chicago. A Morgan Wootten national high school player of the year finalist, he averaged 21.6 points and 15.7 rebounds, leading the Monarchs to the inaugural CIF open division championship game. Aaron, named California's Mr. Basketball in 2012, will play at Arizona.
BRADENTON, FLA. > SWIMMING
Danielle, a senior at Lakewood Ranch High who competes for the Sarasota Sharks, broke the 1,000-yard freestyle meet record by 11.9 seconds at the YMCA short course nationals in Greensboro, N.C., with a 9:27.19 finish, the sixth-fastest time ever by a U.S. girl age 17 or 18. This season she repeated as the state's Class 2A 500-yard freestyle champ and as the Florida Dairy Farmers' Miss Swimming. Danielle, who reached the 800-meter free finals at the 2012 Olympic trials, will swim for Florida.
HENDERSON, TEXAS > BASEBALL
Gunner, a senior righthander at Carlisle High (Price, Texas), threw a perfect game against Gary High, striking out all 15 batters in a 15--0 victory. In his next start he fanned four more to tie the national record for consecutive strikeouts (22) set 40 years ago. Told by doctors last October that he could lose his left leg after developing compartment syndrome from a football injury, Gunner was 8--0 at week's end for the undefeated Indians, with 98 K's and 16 walks in 44 innings and a 0.00 ERA.