Timmy Chang, the record-shattering quarterback of St. Louis' state football champions, is the winner of the Dick Butkus Football Network's C. David Baker National High School Player of the Year award.
Chang, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound senior, completed 273 of 439 passes for 4,039 yards and 64 touchdowns, leading the Crusaders to a 15-1 finish.
He is among the all-time prep leaders in seven passing categories.
The web site's award is named for the commissioner of the Arena Football League.
Kamehameha girls No. 1The state champion Kamehameha girls' volleyball team is No. 1 in the Vball.com final Top 30 national high school rankings.
The Warriors capped a 20-0 season with their state title win, while extending their winning streak to 58 matches.
The top national ranking provides a super sendoff for coach Dan Kitashima, who is retiring after 12 seasons at Kamehameha with a 243-20 record.
Newport Harbor (Calif.) and Olympic Heights (Fla.) were No. 2 and No.3, respectively, in the web site's final poll.