Montana Fouts | Grayson, Ky. | Softball
Montana, a junior righthander at East Carter High, pitched a no-hitter in a 5--0 win over Rowan County High, striking out 20 batters. Last season Montana went 33--2 and had a 0.48 ERA, with 479 K's in 221 innings and nine perfect games. She also hit .446 with six home runs and 50 RBIs. Montana is committed to Alabama.
Martin Bergström | Piteå, Sweden | Nordic Skiing
Bergström, a freshman at Utah, won the NCAA championship in the 10-km classic in Jackson, N.H., finishing in 25:33.1, 26.8 seconds faster than Dag Frode Trolleboe of Denver. Bergström's victory helped the Utes earn their first title since 2003. He also placed second in the 20-km freestyle at the West regional, crossing the line in 52:37.9.
Kathy Martin | Northport, N.Y. | Track and Field
Martin, a 65-year-old Realtor, broke two world 65-and-over records at the USATF masters indoor championship in Albuquerque. She set world marks in the mile (6:01.46) and the 800 meters (2:44.35). At the world championships in Daegu, South Korea, Martin broke world records in the 1,500 (5:25.29) and 3,000 (11:35.98).
Zion Harmon | Bowling Green, Ky. | Basketball
Zion, a 5'10" eighth-grader who plays guard for Bowling Green High, scored a team-high 18 points in a 67--56 win over Cooper High for the state title, the first in school history. He averaged 17.1 points and 2.8 assists this season. Last year Zion became the first seventh-grader to play on the elite EYBL travel circuit.
Sadie Tuckwood | Juneau, Alaska | Track and Field
Sadie, a freshman at Juneau-Douglas High, won the Class 4A 5K championship in 18:16.0, the fastest time ever for a freshman at the state meet. Sadie also took the 5K Capital City Invitational (18:22.1) and won the wrist carry at the Native Youth Olympics in Anchorage, traveling 453 feet, 100 more than the second-place finisher.
Vincent Zhou | Palo Alto, Calif. | Ice Skating
Vincent, a senior at online Connections Academy, scored a 179.24 in the long program—including a quadruple Lutz and two quadruple Salchows—to rise from fifth to first at the junior world championships in Taipei, Taiwan. His final score was 258.11. Vincent won the 2013 national junior championship and finished second at the '17 U.S. championships.
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