Rayvon Grey | Beacon, N.Y. | Track and Field
Rayvon, a recent Beacon High graduate, won the New Balance national outdoor long jump title with a leap of 24'3½" in Greensboro, N.C. A week earlier he broke the state mark of 25'3½"—set in 1965 by former world-record holder Bob Beamon—by jumping 25'4¾". Rayvon also won the national indoor title (26'¼") in March. He will compete at LSU.
Aquira DeCosta | Stockton, Calif. | Basketball
Aquira, a 6'2" rising junior forward at St. Mary's High, scored 12 points and set a U.S. women's under-17 record with 17 rebounds in a 104--45 win over South Korea at the U-17 championships in Zaragoza, Spain. She led the Rams (28--1) to the CIF Open Division regional semifinal and averaged a team-high 15.2 points and 9.5 boards.
Eugene Hong | Sanford, Fla. | Golf
Eugene, a rising junior at the Circle Christian School in Winter Park, shot a six-under 274 to win the four-round Haas Family Invitational at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C., by four strokes. Last October he led the Centurions to second place in the Class 1A state tournament. Eugene has verbally committed to Florida.
Chloe Levins | Rutland, Vt. | Golf, Biathlon
Chloe, a recent Rutland High grad, shot a one-over 71 at Montague Golf Course in Randolph to win her third Division I state title. At the Winter Youth Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway, in February, she was fourth in the 7.5-kilometer biathlon pursuit (25:47.6) and sixth in the relay (42:29.2). Chloe will play golf and cross-country ski for Middlebury.
Dylan Molloy | Setauket, N.Y. | Lacrosse
Molloy, a rising senior attackman at Brown and the nation's leading scorer with 247 career points, carried the Bears to a school-record 16 wins and their first NCAA Final Four appearance since 1994. He led the country with 116 points, 54 assists and 6.44 points per game, and he won the Tewaaraton Award, college lacrosse's highest honor.
Linda Shin and Juli RaventosJohns Creek, Ga.; San José, Costa Rica | Tennis
Shin, a rising senior at Williams, and Raventos, a rising junior, beat Claremont-Mudd-Scripps's Caroline Ward and Katie Kuosman 6--2, 2--6, 6--2 in Kalamazoo, Mich., to win a repeat Division III doubles title and lift the Ephs to second place.
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