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  1. 02:27

    Ashley Erba: NBNO G-5k

    Warsaw Community (Warsaw, Ind.) junior Ashley Erba ran away from defending champion Wesley Frazier to win in 16:18.21, breaking Ashley Brasovan's meet record set in 2008.

    June 15, 2012
  2. 02:59

    Kendell Williams NBNI G-HJ

    Junior Kendell Williams (Kell, Ga.) clears 5-9.25 on her third attempt in the girls High Jump, then the winning height, US#1 5-11.25, on first attempt at the 2012 New Balance Nationals Indoor in New York.

    March 12, 2012
  3. 06:15

    Pahls returns after devastating injury

    Eureka (Mo.) junior goalkeeper Connor Pahls fractured his skull, ruptured an eardrum and suffered a brain hemorrhage in an on-field collision in his sophomore year.

    December 29, 2011
  4. 04:45

    Daniel DeLaTorre 2011 CIF SS Champs Interview

    Interview with junior Daniel DeLaTorre (La Salle-15:24) the D4 champion.

    November 20, 2011
  5. 03:45

    Boys Individual Sweeps Race Mt SAC 2011

    Senior Bryan Guijarro of Knight (Palmdale, Calif.) set a strong pace early en route to a dominant win in 14:56. Burbank's stellar 1-2 punch of sophomore Isaiah Amos and junior Sergio Fraire powered its blowout 81-157 win over runner-up Ayala.

    October 23, 2011
  6. 03:37

    Girls D3 Mt. SAC 2011

    Oakmont junior Karlie Garcia won with the day's top time for females (17:01) that saw her win by 46 seconds. Corona del Mar's Ashlee Powers, second in 17:47, led the sixth-ranked Sea Kings to a tight 82-83 decision over eighth-ranked Cathedral Cathol

    October 22, 2011
  7. 03:10

    'I think you deserve a medal' -- Sarah White to Shirley Rackner

    Sarah White, a junior tennis player at Bishop Blanchet (Seattle), knew something needed to be done.

    November 22, 2010
  8. 04:17

    2010 World Jrs - Alex Gochenour Hept Day 1

    Iowan Alex Gochenour had a strong first day in the 2010 World Juniors Heptathlon despite the bad weather - Video by Timo Sheard

    July 22, 2010
  9. 06:06

    Nate Winters on First Take

    Nate Winters of Winter Park (Winter Park, Fla.) lost his left leg in a boating accident during his freshman year. On April 22, as a junior, Winters appeared on ESPN's First Take to discuss his return to the pitching mound.

    April 22, 2010