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Adanna Rollins | Carrollton, Texas | Volleyball

Adanna, a senior at Hebron High, had 19 kills and 12 digs in a five-set victory that snapped No. 2 Southlake Carroll's 18-match winning streak. Through 42 matches she has 507 digs and 477 kills. Last year Adanna had 443 kills and 227 digs and led the Hawks to their second straight Class 6A title. She was named tournament MVP.

Aidan Apodaca | Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. | Soccer

Apodaca, a senior at Division II California Baptist, netted a school-record five goals in a 5--0 win over Northwest Nazarene. Two weeks earlier he scored four times in a 7--0 win over Cal State--San Marcos. Through 16 games Apodaca has 26 goals and 55 points. Last season six of his nine goals were game-winners, eighth best in D-II.

Davis Lawley | Fargo, N.D. | Tennis

Davis, a senior at Fargo South High, defeated Michael Janes of Bismarck Legacy 6--1, 6--0 to win the state championship. Davis finished the season 23--0, losing only four games out of 280, and led the Bruins to their second title in three years. As a sophomore he also won the singles championship, the first in 20 years at the school.

Carissa Gehman | Holtwood, Pa. | Field Hockey

Gehman, a senior forward at Division III Messiah College, had her third hat trick this season in a 4--0 win over Division II defending champ Shippensburg. Four days earlier she scored a school-record five goals in a 5--1 defeat of Stevenson. Last year Carissa's 28 goals ranked second in the division and she was named D-III tournament MVP.

Heath Williams | Clarksville, Tenn. | Football

Heath, a junior quarterback at Northeast High, threw for 364 yards and seven touchdowns in a 46--19 win over West Creek. He had four TD passes in a 57--35 victory over Dyer County the previous week. Through 10 games Heath has completed 63.5% of his throws, for 2,100 yards and 25 scores. His mother is R&B singer Shae Williams.

Summer Yates | Pasco, Wash. | Soccer

Summer, a senior forward at Chiawana High, had four goals in the first half of an 8--2 win over Kennewick. Through 13 games she has 28 goals and seven assists, after racking up 30 goals and 10 assists last season. A Washington commit and member of the U-19 national team, Summer played 20 minutes in the U.S.'s 5--0 final win over Iran.

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