Grant Shoults | Laguna Hills, Calif. | Swimming
Grant, a senior at Santa Margarita Catholic High, broke two national high school records at the CIF Southern Section Division I championships: the 200-yard freestyle (1:33.26) and the 500 free (4:12.87). At junior worlds in Singapore last August he won the 400-meter free (3:48.91) and took second in the 200 free (1:48.42). Grant will swim at Stanford.
Chinne Okoronkwo | Lynnwood, Wash. | Track and Field
Chinne, a senior at Mountlake Terrace High, won her fourth straight state triple jump title (40'7"), and repeat titles in the long jump (19'3¼") and pole vault (13" 0") at the 3A meet. She is ranked No. 2 nationally in the triple this season (42'7¾") and placed third in the event at the 2015 Pan Am junior championships. Chinne will compete at Wisconsin.
Kaiwen Liu | San Diego | Golf
Kaiwen, a junior at Torrey Pines High, won the U.S. Open regional qualifier at the Classic Club in Palm Desert with a six-under 66 a week before breaking the San Diego Section championship record by four strokes with a 14-under 130. Kaiwen, who has committed to Cal, finished third at the state tournament (four-under 67) helping the Falcons to the title.
Taylor Regan | Larchmont, N.Y. | Lacrosse
Taylor, a junior midfielder at Rye Country Day, scored her 200th career goal in a 9--0 win over the Portledge School (Locust Valley, N.Y.) four days after tallying her 100th assist in a 15--3 victory over Hamden Hall (Hamden, Conn.). Taylor, who led the Wildcats to the New York independent schools semifinals, has committed to Virginia.
Luca Dalatri | Wall, N.J. | Baseball
Luca, a senior righthander at Christian Brothers Academy in Lincroft, tied the Shore Conference record with his 34th career win, a 5--3 victory over Red Bank Catholic High. He was 9--0 with 108 strikeouts, four walks and a 0.47 ERA in 60 innings, leading the Colts to a third straight conference title game. Luca will pitch at North Carolina.
Sierra Romero | Murrieta, Calif. | Softball
Romero, a senior second baseman at Michigan, scored her 300th career run in a 5--3 win over Missouri to extend her NCAA mark and become the first player with 300 runs, hits (301) and RBIs (304). The Division I record holder with 11 grand slams, she entered the Women's College World Series batting .465 with a nation-leading 1.38 RBIs per game.
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