Kenny, 10, a fifth-grader at Mount Horeb Grammar School, led the Diplomats to the Warren Soccer League championship. Known as "The Scoring Machine," Kenny tallied 38 goals in 10 games, more than doubling the league record.
A sophomore at Perkiomen Valley High, Pat, 15, won the state AA girls' cross-country championship at Penn State with a state-record 12:50.1 for the 2.2-mile course. The 5'6½", 98-pounder has established 15 course records this year.
Senior Jim Hartung, 17, sparked Omaha South High to its third straight state gymnastics championship, winning the all-around, vault, floor exercises, rings and the pommel horse (with a perfect 10) and finishing second in the trampoline.
Chris, 17, a senior at James Madison Memorial High School, won her second consecutive state girls' golf championship with a record 73-77, and led her school to the team title. She had a 7-1 match-play record this season.
Stracina, 20, a wide receiver and placekicker at Acadia U., won his second Atlantic Conference scoring title with 120 points in 10 games. Last year he was the youngest to win the Hec Crighton award, Canada's equivalent of the Heisman.
Art, 17, a senior at Miami Trace High, completed 108 of 190 passes for 1,794 yards and 21 TDs and rushed for 539 yards and 13 TDs on 74 carries. In three years he has run and passed for 6,047 yards, 65 TDs and 68 two-point conversions.