By RICK PETERSON
MADISON DAVISON, Washburn Rural
A sophomore wrestler, Davison entered the Newton Tournament of Champions with a sub.-500 record and was the No. 16 (bottom) seed in the 145-pound weight class. In the first round Davison pulled off a major upset, pinning the No. 1 seed from Garden City. Davison then went on to pin the No. 2 and No. 4- seeded wrestlers, going 4-0 on the day with four first-period pins to win the 145-pound title and help lead Washburn Rual to the team championship by a 220-166 margin over Garden City.
BROOKLYN DeLEYE, Washburn Rural
A 6-foot-2 senior, DeLeye led No. 5-ranked Washburn Rural to a pair of Centennial League victories on the week, scoring 17 points with three 3-pointers and grabbing 11 rebounds in a 47-46 win over No. 8 Topeka High and scoring 16 points while hitting five of nine field goal attempts and going four for four at the free throw line in a 48-32 win over Manhattan. In between her two games DeLeye was named the Gatorade Kansas Volleyball Player of the Year for the second straight season after leading Rural to a 45-1 record and the Class 6A state title.
KATIE PRICE, Seaman
Price, a senior bowler, bowled an oustanding 750 three-game series to win the invididual championship in the Free State Invitational at Royal Crest Lanes. Price bowled games of 223, 248 and 279 to win the title by 134 pins as Seaman won the team championship by a 3,100-3,026 margin over Olathe East. Earlier in the week Price finished second in the Hayden quadrangular with a 579 series as Seaman, the defending Class 5A-1A state champion, won the team title by a 2,882-2599 margin over Topeka West.
AMELIA RAMSEY, Highland Park
A 6-foot sophomore basketball standout, Ramsey scored a total of 44 points in two Meadowlark Conference wins on the week as Highland Park improved to 5-1 with five straight victories. Ramsey scored 14 points in Tuesday's 64-20 romp past No. 7-ranked Kansas City-Sumner Academy and then scored 30 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as the Scots rolled to a 96-18 win over KC-Harmon.
Q STOVALL, Shawnee Heights
Stovall, a 6-foot senior, scored 31 points in two games last week as Shawnee Heights improved to 6-2 on the season with a pair of United Kansas Conference victories. Stovall scored 10 points on five of five shooting from the field in the T-Birds' 67-41 win over Kansas City-Turner on Tuesday and followed that up with 21 points in Heights' 65-51 win over Seaman Friday night, connecting on 10 of 15 shots from the field.
WALKER THOMPSON, Washburn Rural
Thomson opened his senior bowling season with the individual championship in last Wednesday's Topeka High quadrangular at Gage Bowl, rolling games of 235, 235 and 223 for a 693 series as the Junior Blues won the team title. Thompson added a 648 series in the Free State Invitational, including 226 and 227 games, to help the Junior Blues win the team championship at Royal Crest Lanes.