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FACES IN THE CROWD

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Myles Brennan | Pass Christian, Miss. | Football

Myles, a senior quarterback at Saint Stanislaus in Bay St. Louis, broke the state career passing yards record, throwing for five scores and 369 yards to reach 12,804 and lead the Rock-A-Chaws to a 40--14 win over D'Iberville High. The previous mark (12,559) was set in 2009 by St. Stan alum Dylan Favre, Brett's nephew. Myles has committed to LSU.

Candice Denny | Saratoga, Calif. | Volleyball

Candice, a 6'2" senior middle blocker at Archbishop Mitty High of San Jose, had nine kills, a .429 hitting percentage and three blocks in a 25--23, 25--19 win over Xavier College Prep (Phoenix) in the Durango Fall Classic final in Las Vegas. Last fall she helped guide the Monarchs to a fourth straight Division II state title. Candice has committed to Arizona.

Ahmed Muhumed | Salem, Ore. | Cross-country

Ahmed, a senior at West Salem High, won the 12th annual Tualatin Invite by 29.0 seconds, covering the 5K course in 15:14.0. The defending 6A state titlist (15:38.0), he was fourth in last year's Nike Cross Nationals Northwest Regionals (15:36.8) and 40th at nationals (15:44.3). Last spring he finished third in the 1,500 and 3,000 meters at track states.

Nicole Felce | Holiday, Fla. | Golf

Nicole, a seventh-grader who studies through Pinellas Virtual School, won the 11-to-12 age group by 12 strokes at the Future Champions Golf World Championship at the Gary Player course at Westin Mission Hills in Rancho Mirage, Calif. Her score, a 12-under 204, was a tournament age-division record.

Andre Sanborn | San Marcos, Texas | Kayak Polo

Sanborn, a sophomore at Texas State who also works for a law-enforcement training program, scored an A Division--best 14 goals in six matches at nationals in Brooklyn, including one goal in an 8--2 final over the Carolina Storm to lead the Austin Aquabats to a sixth straight title. Sanborn was on the U.S. squad at worlds in Syracuse, Italy, last month.

Heather Bouchard | Ware, Mass. | Wakeboarding

Bouchard, a junior at Florida, was the only woman to land two inverts in the A final, scoring a 59.33 to lead the Gators to a repeat national collegiate title, 135 points ahead of Arizona State in Orange Beach, Ala. In April she led Florida to the College Wake Championship title in Las Vegas and was named the women's rider of the year.

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