Drew, 17, set two junior national records as he swept the breaststroke events at the short-course junior national swimming championships. He had a clocking of 55.11 for the 100 yards and a time of 1:59.79 for the 200.
Raschker, 45, an accountant, set 45-and-older world records at the U.S. masters indoor track and field meet in the 60-meter dash (8.35 seconds), the pole vault (9'1"), and the long (15'11"), high (4'10") and triple (34'1") jumps.
Khalil, a senior wrestler at St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School, has won consecutive 135-pound national prep school titles and was named the outstanding wrestler at this year's national tournament.
Kristin, a sophomore at St. Joseph's Academy, has been named all-state in girls' basketball and All-America in girls' volleyball the last two years while helping the Angels win consecutive state titles in both sports.
Gulseth, a sophomore first baseman for New Mexico, went 4 for 5 and set two school records by hitting two grand slams and knocking in 10 runs in leading the Lobos to a 13-5 victory over San Diego State.
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Jodi, a senior softball pitcher at Centennial High, in one week threw two no-hitters and a one-hitter, allowing one earned run and one walk and striking out 32, in wins over Atholton, Hammond and Oakland Mills Highs.