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Sabrina Iqbal | San Jose | Golf

Sabrina, a sophomore at Pioneer High, shot a three-under 213 to win her second career American Junior Golf Association tournament by three strokes at the Ryan Moore Junior Championship at Anthem Country Club in Henderson, Nev. In March she won the 100th edition of the San Francisco City Championship at TPC Harding Park.

Atif Oberlton | Philadelphia | Boxing

Atif, a senior at Paul Robeson High, defeated Shavere Staton, 25, of Paterson, N.J., 5--0 to win the 178-pound class at the national Golden Gloves tournament of champions in Salt Lake City. The southpaw won five bouts to become, at 17, the youngest Pennsylvania amateur to bring home a weight class national title. Atif has a 40-4 career record.

Rebecca Story | Knoxville, Tenn. | Track and Field

Rebecca, a sophomore at the Christian Academy of Knoxville, won four titles at the state Class A/AA championships. She finished first in the 800 (2:17.50), 1,600 (4:58.40) and 3,200 meters (10:58.91) and anchored the winning 4 × 800 team (9:38.36). In April she set the state 3,200 record at the Arcadia (Calif.) Invitational (10:16.72).

Connor Crean | Southington, Conn. | Baseball

Connor, a senior righthander at St. Paul Catholic High, struck out 13 in a 4--2 win over The Morgan School of Clinton in his last high school start to give his team the state Class S championship. It was the school's first state title in 44 years. Connor went 6--1 on the season with 90 strikeouts and a 2.41 ERA. He will pitch at Southern New Hampshire next year.

Georgia Wall | Marlow, Okla. | Softball

Wall, a freshman righthander at Oklahoma City University, shut out Saint Xavier of Chicago 5--0, allowing four hits, to lead the Stars to their ninth NAIA World Series championship. It was her 21st complete game and 10th shutout of the season. Wall's 6--1 tournament record, with a 0.61 ERA and 21 strikeouts, earned her tournament MVP honors.

Luke Campbell | Brunswick, Md. | Track and Field

Campbell, a senior at Salisbury University, won both hurdle events, the 110 (13.93) and 400 meters (50.52), at the NCAA Division III nationals. He is the most decorated male track athlete in division history, with 11 titles. The national D-III outdoor track athlete of the year, Campbell won titles in the 60 hurdles and 4 × 400 relay at indoor nationals in March.

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