JOEY WORTHEN, Cottonwood: Se-nior soccer player was recently voted to the All-American high school boys soccer team by Parade Magazine.

Worthen earned first-team All-State honors last spring after carrying the Colts to the 5A quarterfinals. After missing much of the preseason while playing for his club, the three-year starter averaged almost a goal a game during the regular season.Worthen will play for national soccer power South Carolina after wrapping up his prep career this spring. He is also in the running for a spot on the U.S. National 20-under team, which prepares players for the World Cup team.

"Every year he's gotten better," said Cottonwood coach Lloyd Siegendorf. "This kid knows how to find the goal. He's a player to contend with on the field."

TAWNI MISENER, Viewmont: Senior, who is the Vikings head cheerleader, led the Viewmont cheer squad to national championships in both dance and non-mount competitions last week in Jacksonville, Fla.

Misener has been a cheerleader for five years, and she was selected as head cheerleader her senior and freshman years.

In her spare time, Misener enjoys playing the piano, making scrapbooks and keeping a journal. She also teaches dance and gymnastics, and she was on Viewmont's basketball and diving teams.

An excellent student as well, Misener carries a cumulative GPA of 3.85.

Last year, she was named Junior Prom Queen and was chosen as a role model for the D.A.R.E. program.