LINDSEY GUEST, Manila: Led by Guest's outstanding play, the Mustangs are off to a great sta art, having won all five games and earning a No. 2 ranking in Class 1A.

Guest, a 6-foot-2 senior, has spoiled first-year Manila coach Scott Taylor. The talented center is averaging 18.4 points, 12 rebounds and almost four blocks a game. She dominated Salt Lake Lutheran's Lynx Tournament two weeks ago, earning MVP honors after totaling 46 points and 27 rebounds in two games.Guest was a Deseret News first-team all-stater as a junior, when she averaged 15 points and nine rebounds. She is also a two-time all-state volleyball player.

ANDY SARTORI, Kearns: Versatile big man has started the season with a bang for the Cou

gars. He is averaging 19.6 points and nine rebounds.

Sartori, a quick 6-foot-7 senior, scored seven straight points to force overtime before the Cougars fell to Tooele last week. He finished with 26 points. He netted 20 points in a win over Cyprus in the opener when Kearns snapped a 35-game losing streak.

Sartori carries a 3.8 GPA and is a member of the concert choir. He recently starred as "the legs of Mother Bafoon" in Kearns' rendition of "The Nutcracker."

"He's a really, really great kid," said Kearns' first-year coach Alan Nakagama.