Frank Kurtz

SCHOOL: Heritage

SPORT: Track and field

YEAR: Senior

EVENT: 400 meters

THE STAT LINE: The Stanford-bound Kurtz won the high school 400 meters in 47.58 seconds at the Stanford Invitational. The time ranks first in the state and fifth in the country this season as of Wednesday, according to DyeStat.com. He won the race by nearly a second.

Nate Moore

SCHOOL: Castro Valley

SPORT: Track and field

YEAR: Senior

EVENTS: Triple jump, long jump, 400-meter relay

THE STAT LINE: At the Stanford Invitational, the Oregon signee won the high school triple jump with a wind-legal mark of 50 feet, 41/2 inches, which ranks No. 1 in the nation for high school athletes this season, according to DyeStat.com. He also won the high school long jump with a leap of 24-5. On the track, Moore led off for the Trojans' 400-meter relay team, which placed third in 42.25 seconds.

Deanne Garza

SCHOOL: James Logan

SPORT: Softball

YEAR: Junior

POSITION: Third base

THE STAT LINE: Garza batted .500 (7 for 14) in the Reed Easter Tournament, helping the Colts win the California/Oregon bracket championship. In the title game, a 12-2 win over Sutter, Garza was 2 for 3 with a triple, a run scored and an RBI. She batted .667 in the Colts' final two games of the tournament.

Victoria Molina

SCHOOL: Amador Valley

SPORT: Softball

YEAR: Senior

POSITION: Catcher

THE STAT LINE: The Stanford-bound Molina was named MVP of the prestigious Michelle Carew Classic as she helped the Dons win the championship. Her two-run double in the sixth inning of the title game gave Amador Valley a 2-1 win over Los Alamitos. She also called the pitches all tournament for Johanna Grauer, who did not allow an earned run.

Honorable mention

BOYS

KEVIN NAVA, San Leandro, baseball, Sr. -- Nava threw a no-hitter with 10 strikeouts and no walks as the Pirates beat Hayward 3-0 in a West Alameda County Conference game.

JEREMY WILLIAMS, Granada, track and field, Sr. -- Williams needed just one jump to clear 6-8 and win the high jump at the Stanford Invitational.

GIRLS

DAHLEN DENNIS, Irvington, softball, Jr. -- Dennis was 2 for 3 with two doubles and three RBIs in the Vikings' 4-3 victory over Moreau Catholic. She was also 2 for 5 with two RBIs in a 15-10 win over John F. Kennedy in Mission Valley Athletic League play.

SAMANTHA WHALEN, Livermore, softball, Jr. -- Whalen had a 4-2 record in a four-day span in leading the Cowboys to third place at the Livermore Stampede. Whalen threw three-hitters against Pacific Grove and Vintage-Napa and went the distance in a 5-1 win over California. She also struck out 12 in a 2-0 East Bay Athletic League win over Monte Vista.