Got Game San Antonio/Austin

Updated: January 15, 2009, 12:44 PM ET



After transferring from S.A. Reagan to Churchill after her freshman year, Moldenhauer was forced to sit out her sophomore season last year because of transfer eligibility rules. But that didn't stop her from making a name for herself in the pool. The junior butterfly specialist swam in five events at the U.S. Olympic Trials this past summer, even qualifying for the semifinals in the 200 fly. She went on to represent the U.S. at the World Youth Championships in Mexico later in the summer and earned a gold medal as a member of the 4x200 freestyle relay team. Now Moldenhauer is out for glory on the high school stage.



Donovan has emerged as one of the area's top talents this season, doing it all for the up-and-coming Mustangs. The 5-foot-11 sophomore wing player is among the area's leaders in points and rebounds per game, averaging 17.4 points and 10.7 boards per game as of press time. She earned the MVP of the Jaguar Classic after leading Jay past state-ranked Steele, 62-37, on Dec. 6. Donovan moved to Texas from Toledo, Ohio, earlier this year, and is wasting little time making an impression.



Tilghman personified a gritty and determined Cougars team that made school history in the fall. The senior running back recorded 2,402 yards on the ground for the season to lead Clark to a regional championship and an appearance in the Class 5A, Division I state semifinals, the team's best showing in its 21st playoff appearance. Tilghman ran for 144 yards and a TD in the Cougars' 24-21 triumph over Westlake in the regional finals on Dec. 6. Clark's historic run ended with a 28- 7 loss to Hightower in the state semis on Dec. 13.