Mason has always been on the go. He began racing when he was in kindergarten and has accumulated 42 feature wins over the past four years. Mason was named the 2010 track champion at Polk County Speedway in two classes of karts and won the 2010 Belle Clair Nationals championship. How does he celebrate after all those victories? “My mom pours water on me,” he says, “except if it’s a cold night.”
This spring, Andrew won the Ourway Ohio state wrestling championship in the 54-pound weight class and finished third at the Nuway Nationals. His career wrestling record is 221–30. A two-way player on the football field, Andrew passed for 15 touchdowns and rushed for 17 as a quarterback, while averaging 15 tackles per game as a linebacker.
Playing point guard for his nine-and-under AAU team in Houston, Texas, Danario was an All-Star. As the quarterback for the Missouri City Raiders of the Fort Bend Youth Football League, he helped his team to a 5–0 record and had thrown 10 TD passes through September 23. In track, he is undefeated in the 800 meters.
Good things come in threes for Morgan. Last year, she lettered in all three of her sports as a freshman. She was named second team all-league for central Ohio in field hockey. Morgan was also a field hockey scholar-athlete in 2009. She maintained a 4.0 grade point average as a freshman.