Zach Paris�, FAIRBAULT, MINN.
Zach, a senior at Shattuck-St. Mary's School, was named MVP of the Mac's AAA Midget Hockey Tournament for the second consecutive year, the first time a player has repeated in the event's 24 years. With a tournament-record 29 points in seven games, he led the Sabres to the tide for the third straight year.
Adam Staier, FARMINGTON, MAINE
Track and Field
Adam, 17, broke the Dartmouth Relays mark in the open one-mile race walk with a time of 6:36.24. The winner of the national junior men's one-hour race walk championship, he was also the youngest race walker ever invited to compete in the Millrose Games, finishing fourth at one mile.
Bre Ladd, TUCSON
Bre, a senior outside hitter at Canyon Del Oro High, was named national high school player of the year after setting school records for kills (971), blocks (280) and aces (146). A member of the junior national team, she finished the season with 428 kills, 163 digs, 110 blocks and 58 aces.
Michael Scott, SEATTLE
Scott, 80, the United States Table Tennis team physician since 1983, beat Arthur Chase, 84, of San Antonio, to win the 80-and-over age group's national championship. Scott has won the U.S. crown in either singles or doubles in the 50-and-over, 60-and-over and 70-and-over groups.
Wanda Maynard-Morris, ST. ANDREW, BARBADOS
Maynard-Morris, a senior center at Division II Pace University in New York City, became the second female player in school history to amass 1,500 points and 1,000 rebounds. The Northeast-10 Conference leader in scoring and steals, she's averaging 19.1 points and 10.2 rebounds this season.
Maggie Bowen, JACKSON, MISS.
Bowen, 21, was named Mississippi's amateur athlete of the year after winning the women's 200-meter individual medley at the world championships, in 2:11.93. Last year, as a sophomore at Auburn, she set the U.S. women's mark of 1:55.49 in the 200-yard IM to win the NCAA crown.