Israel, a senior quarterback at Bagdad High, tossed six TD passes in a 76--40 victory over Salome to set the national eight-man record, with 145. He threw for 3,749 yards and 59 TDs this season. In 2016, Israel also passed for 59 scores to lead the Sultans to the Class 1A title.
Henry, a freshman at Arizona State, took the NCAA championship in Tempe, Ariz., finishing the course in 1:03:34 to edge two of her teammates. She was named the Division I USA Triathlon freshman of the year. At the junior world championships in 2016, Henry came in 12th.
Angel, a senior at Auburn High, defeated Dante Kirkman by retirement to win the Team USA 108-pound championship. Last May, Angel earned a unanimous decision over Xavier Rodriguez to take the Golden Gloves title at 108. Angel finished second at the Brandenburg Cup in August.
McGuffin, 27, a tennis and pickleball instructor, beat Ben Johns 11--7, 12--10 to win the men's singles open division in Casa Grande, Ariz. Last year McGuffin was the runner-up at both nationals and the U.S. Open. He took the indoor international championship in 2016.
Cheng, a senior at Emory, broke the school record in the 200-yard backstroke, finishing with a 1:56.63 at the Miami Invitational. She also won the 200 (1:47.84) and 500 (4:51.43) free. At the Emory Invitational, Cheng took the 200 and 500 free and the 100 and 200 back.
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