On the court, Diamond is a real gem. The starting guard-forward at Norcross High School, Diamond averaged 17 points and seven rebounds per game in 2009–10. The 6' 2" freshman led her team to the 5A Girls’ State Championship, was named a 2010 Parade All-America, and was invited to try out for the USA Basketball 17-and-under team. Diamond plays her best in pressure-packed situations. “I like the big crowds,” she says. “It’s so exciting.”
In April, Lauren won the United States 2010 Longines Junior Tennis Challenge, a tournament she was selected for based on her ranking and an essay she wrote about philanthropy. As a result of the win, she will compete in a juniors event at the French Open in June. Through May 6, she was ranked 13th in the USTA Eastern Section 14-and-under division.
In March, Lee won his third consecutive Southwest Montana Wrestling Championship for his age division and weight class. He finished the regular season undefeated in 2008 and 2010 and has a 44–2 record over the last three years. Lee also came in fifth at the Montana Open regional tournament in April.
It’s tough to catch Chase when he gets behind the wheel of a Go-Kart. In 2008 he was named the World Karting Association’s most improved junior driver. In 2009, his fourth full season of racing, he had 21 wins and earned his fourth World Karting Association Gold Cup Road Racing Series title. Chase’s dream is to become a professional race car driver.