Opposing teams don’t stand a chance when Tyler is minding the net. As the goalie for the Keene Cobras squirt hockey team, Tyler had a 39–4–5 record with 18 shutouts this season. In February, Tyler made 35 saves to lead his team to a double overtime win in the tier 2 championship at the New Hampshire state tournament. Tyler thrives on the pressure between the pipes. “I love the excitement,” he says. “You really get to be a difference maker.”
On the mat or the gridiron, Trace comes out on top. A back-to-back state champion of the Miami Valley Kids Wrestling Association (75-pound division), Trace went 15–3 this season. As an outside linebacker for the Graham Pee Wee Falcons football team, he had 37 tackles in just seven games.
Caitlin is totally in sync. She helped the Arizona Aqua Stars synchronized swimming team reach the regional and state championships for the last three years. Her team will make its fourth-straight appearance at the U.S. age group nationals in June, and Caitlin hopes her squad can improve on its fourth-place finish from last season.
Natahnee started for the varsity basketball and volleyball teams at Lapwai High School as a freshman. After leading the basketball team to the 1A Division I state championship, she was named the 2010 All-Idaho Player of the Year. Natahnee averaged 18.7 points a game and was invited to the 2010 Nike Skills Academy in Oregon City, Oregon.