FORT SUMNER, N. MEX.
As a junior at Fort Sumner High School, Tana, 17, was the highest scorer at the state Class AA track meet for the second straight year. She won the 50-yard dash (6.2), the 100 (11.4), the 220 (26.3) and the long jump (17'4½").
While a senior righthander for Monterey High, Ron led the Plainsmen to a 33-6 record and to the state Class AAAA finals. He was 16-1 with a 1.84 ERA. A second-team All-State quarterback, he will attend Texas Tech on a football scholarship.
STONE RIDGE, N.Y.
Lisa, 19, an equestrienne, won her second straight individual title at the North American Junior 3-Day Event, at Jokers Hill. Ontario. On Southland's Schubert, a 12-year-old gelding, Larrabee scored 45.56 points to defeat 50 other riders.
HOPEWELL JUNCTION, N.Y.
Kathleen, 12, defeated Andrea Leand 5-7, 6-2, 6-2 to win the USTA National Girls' 14-and-under Clay Court Championship, at Greensboro. N.C. In June she won the New York State Women's Clay Court title at Mamaroneck, N.Y.
MIAMI SHORES, FLA.
As a junior at Hialeah-Miami Lakes High, Peter, 17, won the overall title and every event at the state gymnastics meet: horizontal bar (9.6), floor exercise (9.65), vaulting (9.4), pommel horse (9.15), parallel bars (9.00) and rings (8.75).
At the Region X AAU championships in Boise, Idaho, Troy, 17, ran the two-mile in 9:13.8 to break the national 14-17 Junior Olympic record by almost four seconds. He had won the mile and the two-mile at the state Junior Olympic meet.