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  1. Ashleigh Johnson: School before pool

    Walter Villa

    Miami native Ashleigh Johnson, one of the nation's top young water polo goalies, had to choose a path: Olympic Games or Ivy League. If she headed west, Johnson, 17, could have soon found herself in contention for a spot on the world's grandest ath...

    Blog | June 12, 2012
  2. Texas teen Kassidy Cook is one of the favorites to make the 2012 ...

    Sandra Harwitt

    Kassidy Cook, a 17-year-old from Texas, has a realistic chance of making the U.S. diving team for the London Olympics.

    Story | Conversation | May 25, 2012
  3. 18 Under 18: Deireanne Morales

    Natalie Gingerich Mackenzie

    ESPNHS GIRL magazine recognizes 18 remarkable teen female athletes.

    Story | Conversation | February 28, 2012
  4. Watkins Award to be announced Saturday

    Brandon Parker

    Six of the nation's top high school football players will be in Los Angeles on Saturday evening, when one will be announced as the winner of the prestigious Franklin D. Watkins Memorial Award. The annual honor is presented to the nation's top African...

    Blog | February 17, 2012
  5. With a promise to a loved one on the line, Abington Heights (Clar...

    Brian A. Giuffra

    With a promise to a loved one on the line, Abington Heights wrestler Evan Craig delivered in emphatic fashion last season, writes Brian A. Giuffra.

    Story | Conversation | January 15, 2010
  6. Teen medal count mounts

    Chad Konecky

    American teen trio produces a weekend of Olympic highlights in Sydney.

    AssociateStory | September 25, 2000
  7. Youth Movement

    Jeff Lemberg

    Over the past three days, three teenagers earned spots on the U.S. Olympic swimming squad, making this year's team one of the youngest in recent history.

    AssociateStory | August 14, 2000
  8. The National Buzz

    Michael Austin

    Read about Carlos Hunt?s heroics for the Houston Hoops AAU hoop team and Leigh Anne Hardin?s record performance on the links, plus other top stories from around the nation.

    AssociateStory | August 08, 2000
  9. Walking to greatness

    Todd Hveem

    Dominic Byrd, who will be a freshman at Lamar High (Texas) in the fall, is one of the nation's top young racewalkers, and has his sights set on the 2004 Olympic Games.

    AssociateStory | August 01, 2000
  10. Henderson comes up short

    Jeff Lemberg

    Morse High's Monique Henderson advanced to the finals of the women's 400-meter Olympic Trials, but didn't make the U.S. team, as she finished 1.5 seconds behind the final qualifier.

    AssociateStory | July 17, 2000