Rebecca has found the winning rhythm. After being crowned the Junior Pan-American all-around champion in 2009, she won the all-around title at the 2010 Rhythmic Challenge in February by finishing first in all four events: rope, hoop, ball, and clubs. Rebecca hopes to compete in the Olympics in the future. “I like feeling that I’m on top and that I could actually represent the country in the Olympics one day,” she says.
Jacob passed for 1,811 yards and 30 touchdowns as the quarterback for the Centerville Elks last season. He was very accurate, completing 62 percent of his passes and only throwing six interceptions. Jacob also ran for 722 yards and 19 TDs. The Elks went 18–1 and won the Ohio state sixth-grade championship.
Selena is already an NBA All-Star veteran. She won the 13- and 14-year-old girls division of the NBA Fit Challenge at All-Star Weekend in February. She completed five athletic skills, including chest passes and jumping rope. In 2008, Selena was the 11- and 12-year-old girls champion of the National Junior WNBA Basketball Skills Challenge.
A shortstop and catcher for the Muskegon Mohwaks, Andrew carried the travel baseball team to the championship game of their 12-and-under tournament. He hit five home runs in three games leading up to the final, and then clubbed a game-tying homer to send the championship game into extra innings.