Marcus Krah | Durham, N.C. | Track and Field
Krah, a recent graduate of Hillside High, took the 110-meter hurdles title at the under-20 worlds in 13.25, becoming the first American to win the event since Olympic and world champion Aries Merritt in 2004. In May, Krah won Class 4A titles in the long jump (23'0"), triple jump (48'8") and hurdles (state-record 13.32). He will compete at North Carolina.
Bailey Grinter | Edwardsville, Ill. | Swimming
Bailey, a senior at Edwardsville High, won the 50-meter backstroke at the YMCA Long-Course Nationals in Indianapolis in 29.42. She also took third place in the 100 back (1:02.91). A qualifier for the Olympic trials in the 50 free and 100 back, Bailey was third in the 50-yard free and fourth in the 100 back at last November's Illinois state meet.
Mason Nome | Houston | Golf
Mason, a sophomore at The Kinkaid School, made a hole in one and a double eagle in the same round while playing from the tips at Black Hawk Country Club in Richmond for a six-under 66. Ranked No. 3 in the class of 2019 and 35th among all U.S. junior boys, Mason verbally committed to Texas as an eighth-grader.
Audrey Hong | Los Angeles | Archery
Audrey, a senior at the online Laurel Springs School, beat Elizabeth Haynes of Victoria, Texas, 6-2, to win junior recurve bronze at nationals in Decatur, Ala., earning a spot on the five-person U.S. junior team. In April she was fourth at the AAE Arizona Cup, losing in the medal round to Mackenzie Brown, Team USA's only female archer at the Rio Games.
Ian Witmer | North Palm Beach, Fla. | Tennis
Witmer, an unseeded recent graduate of The Benjamin School in Palm Beach Gardens, beat No. 7 seed Richie Torres of Key Biscayne 6--2, 2--6, 6--2 to win the 18-and-under division New Balance high school title in Boston. He earned a wild-card entry to the international junior hard court championships in College Park, Md. Witmer will play at Georgetown.
Allison McCann | Amherst, Mass. | Tennis
McCann, the No. 4 seed and a recent graduate of Amherst Regional High, defeated second-seeded Alexis Merrill of Fairfax, Va., 7--5, 6--1 to win the 18-and-under New Balance high school tennis title. In June she earned the Division 1 state championship with a 6--1, 6--4 victory over Ada Wiggins of Burlington. Allison will play for Dartmouth.
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