CHANDLER, ARIZ. > TRACK AND FIELD
Ky, a junior at Chandler High, won the Dream 100 race at the Adidas Grand Prix in New York City by .03 of a second in 11.52, against a .4 mph headwind. At the Division I state championships two weeks earlier she ran the 200 meters in 23.39 to break the Arizona record (23.60); she also won the 100 (11.45) and the shot put (45' 2 ¼") to help the Wolves earn their eighth straight title. At the Chandler City Meet in April, Ky broke a 33-year-old state mark in the shot with a heave of 47' 9".
MORAGA, CALIF. > SWIMMING
Steven, a senior at Campolindo High, won the 100-yard breaststroke at the CIF--North Coast Sectional championships in 53.39, the fastest time ever by a U.S. high school swimmer. At prelims a day earlier he tied Olympian Brendan Hansen's national public high school record (53.67). Steven also set a meet mark in the 100 butterfly (47.88) and helped set meet records in the 200 medley relay (1:30.52) and the 400 free relay (3:01.70) to lead the Cougars to a ninth straight title. He will swim at USC.
CLEMSON, S.C. > SOFTBALL
Carley, a senior righthander at D.W. Daniel High, pitched a no-hitter in the Class 3A state championship, her second no-hitter of the playoffs, for a 4--0 win over Darlington High and the Lions' first title. This season she went 24--4, averaging 2.5 strikeouts per inning with a 0.15 ERA, while batting .500 with a .767 on-base percentage. She also set a national high school career record for walks taken (157). South Carolina's Gatorade player of the year as a junior, Carley has signed to play at Stanford.