HUEYTOWN, ALA. > FOOTBALL
Jameis, a 6'4", 205-pound senior quarterback at Hueytown High, was recently named a 2012 Parade All-America. He completed eight of nine passes for 178 yards and two scores in a 49--16 win at the Under Armour All-America Game in St. Petersburg. This fall, passing for 2,424 yards and 28 touchdowns and rushing for 1,063 yards and 15 TDs, he led the Golden Gophers (13--1) to the Class 5A semifinals. An outfielder-pitcher, he hit .424 with seven homers last spring and was 8--3 with 92 strikeouts.
FOREST, MISS. > BASKETBALL
Victoria, a 6-foot sophomore forward at Scott Central High, scored 43 points and had 18 rebounds, seven steals and five blocks to lead the Lady Rebels over Forest High 62--55 to win the Scott County tournament title and earn MVP honors. Through Sunday her 36.6 points per game is second in the nation. Last year she helped the team to a 32--3 record for the Class 2A state title and was named tournament MVP. A starter since eighth grade, Victoria has scored 2,242 career points.
JACKSONVILLE > SWIMMING
Ryan, a junior at The Bolles School, broke four 15-to-16-year-old age-group records at the Short Course Junior Nationals in Austin, including the 200-yard individual medley, in which his 1:45.77 broke the mark set by Michael Phelps in 2002. He also set age-group records in the 50 free, 200 backstroke and 100 back. A member of the U.S. junior national team, Ryan won bronze in the 200-meter back at the junior world championships in August and at the Pan American Games in October.
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