Charlie, a senior striker on the Cate School soccer team in Carpinteria, Calif., scored 20 of the team's 46 goals and assisted on 11 others in leading the Rams to a 12-0 record and their first undefeated, untied season in 76 years.
Sandy, a senior guard on the Greenville High girls' basketball team, sank a 12-foot jumper for her 1,628th point and broke the school's 31-year-old career scoring record, which was set by a boy. Sandy averages 28.9 points a game.
Barber, a Hampden-Sydney junior, is the college's first three-sport starter in 20 years. He averaged 28.4 yards per kick return in football, has scored 101 points in his first year of basketball and averaged 1.6 goals per game in lacrosse.
Victor, a 6'7" freshman forward at Houston Academy, set the state high school record of 58 consecutive free throws when he went 8 for 8 in a 77-52 loss to Newton Wicksburg. He made 23 in a 75-64 win over Trinity Presbyterian.
Prow, a Nautilus instructor, and Bertrend, a Mont-Bleu high senior, won the men's and women's divisions at the Sherpa World Cup of Snow-shoe Racing in Paul Smiths, N.Y. Prow, 24, had a combined time of 2:16.92 for the 400-, 200- and 100-meter races, while Bertrend, 17, completed the three events in 2:53.44. The world-record holder in the 200, Prow set a world mark of 15.8 seconds in the 100. Bertrend holds the women's world record in the 200 (44.36) and 400 (1:49.33).
TOM GRAVES JR.