COVINGTON, TENN. > BASEBALL
Carlos, a senior outfielder at Covington High, stole two bases in a 12--2 win over South Gibson High, to set a Tennessee record with 182 career steals (since extended to 185), his third state mark in one week. At season's end, he also holds the record for consecutive steals (121) and the national record for being hit by a pitch (60). Carlos, a wide receiver and defensive back who led the Chargers to the 4A state football championship game last fall, has signed with Ole Miss to play baseball.
LEVITTOWN, N.Y. > GOLF
Park, a USC freshman, shot a three-round, seven-under 209 to become the Trojans' third straight freshman to win the Pac-12 title. She sealed the victory with a 20-foot putt to birdie the 18th hole, helping USC win its fifth conference title. A week later she shot a seven-under 206 to tie for first at the NCAA D-I West Regional. Last May, at Levittown's MacArthur High, Park became the first girl to win the Nassau County boys' high school title. She also competed in the 2012 U.S. Women's Open.
ORLANDO > TRACK AND FIELD
Andres, a senior at Colonial High, became Florida's first large-school athlete to sweep the distance runs at the 4A state meet. He won the 800 meters (1:54.09), the 1,600 (4:15.50) and the 3,200 (9:30.75). This season Andres also set a state 800 record at the Florida Relays (1:47.79), had the third-best 1,600 time in the nation with a 4:04.45 win at the Metro Conference final and ran a meet record 3,200 with an 8:51.37 finish at the Brian Jaeger Elite Classic. He has signed to run at Florida.