COLOR PHOTO: MIKE SIEGEL Ginnie Powell, Seattle Track and Field Ginnie, a sophomore at Rainier Beach High, won the girls' 100-meter hurdles in a meet-record 14.07 and the 300 hurdles, and ran a leg on the Vikings' victorious 4x100 relay team at the Pasco Invitational. She is ranked No. 1 in the state in the 100 hurdles and has an 18-0 record in that event.
COLOR PHOTO: SALLY MCCAY Karalyn Church, Guelph, Ont. Basketball Church, a senior forward at Vermont, averaged 19.7 points and 8.1 rebounds to lead the Catamounts to the America East Conference title. She was named the league's women's player of the year and finished her career as Vermont's leading female scorer, with 2,317 points.
COLOR PHOTO: EILEEN MARIE SAMELSON Jason Trost, Port Orange, Fla. Weightlifting Jason, a senior at Spruce Creek High, bench-pressed 405 pounds and clean-and-jerked 340 to win the 199-pound weight class for his third state title, leading the Hawks to the Florida championship, for the seventh straight year. He finished his varsity career with a 25-1 record.
COLOR PHOTO: JIM LUZZI Alecko Eskandarian, Oradell, N.J. Soccer Alecko, a senior at Bergen Catholic High, was named the Gatorade boys' national high school player of the year in his sport after ending the season as the state's leading scorer with 88 points on 66 goals and 22 assists while leading the Crusaders to the New Jersey crown.
COLOR PHOTO: D.C. GOINGS Jarvis Woehlke, Dearborn, Mich. Bowling Woehlke, 86, a retired fireman, rolled two 300 games in a three-month period to become the first person in American Bowling Congress history to bowl more than one perfect game while in his 80s. He's also the third-oldest person ever to bowl a perfect game.
COLOR PHOTO: PATRICK J. MERRILL Anthony Ervin, Valencia, Calif. Swimming Ervin, a freshman at Cal, won the 50-meter freestyle in 21.21, a world record, and the 100 freestyle in 47.36, a U.S. record, at the NCAA championships. He placed second in both events at the conference meet, in which he also swam legs on the winning 4x50 and 4x100 free relay teams.