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Ian Zamudio | Riverside, Calif. | Football

Ian, a 5'9" senior running back, defensive back at Notre Dame High, led his Ground Zero 7-on-7 team to the Best of the West High School Elite title in Placentia. As a junior he had 81 carries for 734 yards and 10 touchdowns, with 35 catches for 421 yards and five TDs to lead the Titans to a 14--0 record en route to the CIF Northwest Division crown.

Emilee Hoffman | Folsom, Calif. | Golf

Hoffman, a recent graduate of Vista del Lago High, shot a five-under 279 to win the 48th annual Big "I" National Championship, at Sacramento's Del Paso Country Club, by five strokes. Her second-round 64 broke the course record (66) set by the LPGA's Juli Inkster in 2006. Ranked No. 3 in her class by, Hoffman will play at Texas.

Ryan Schoppe | La Porte, Texas | Track and Field

Ryan, an incoming freshman at La Porte High, set two state records in winning a pair of gold medals at the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation Games meet in McAllen. He took the 3,200 meters in 10:11.55, besting the previous mark of 10:17.14 set in 2011, and he won the 1,600 in 4:36.77 to break the '04 record by 3.17 seconds.

Milan Stokes | Long Beach, Calif. | Volleyball

Stokes, a recent graduate of Wilson High, had a team-high .300 hitting percentage to help her Mizuno Long Beach Rockstar club to fifth place in the 18-and-under open division at junior nationals in Indianapolis. A 5'11" outside hitter, she was named to the all-tournament team. Last season Stokes led the Bruins with 439 kills. She will play at LSU.

Wil London | Waco, Texas | Track and Field

London, a sophomore at Baylor, anchored the U.S. to gold in the 4 × 400-meter relay at the U-20 worlds in Bydgoszcz, Poland. He closed a 10-meter deficit and took the lead with 50 to go, as the Americans beat Botswana by .42, in 3:02.39. London's split of 44.82 was the second-best in the field. He also earned silver in the 400 (45.27).

Kristen Baldwin and Noah McCormick

Windermere, Fla.; Dundee, Fla. | Waterskiing

Kristen, a freshman at West Orange High, won the 13-and-under slalom, jumping and overall titles at nationals in Caldwell, Idaho. Noah, a freshman at Winter Haven Christian School, won the boys' division and also picked up titles in slalom and tricks.

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