LA CRESCENTA, CALIF.
Schreiber, 21, riding a Bultaco, won the 1979 world championship of trials motorcycling, a series of 12 events that test a cyclist's skills over rough terrain. He is the youngest rider and only American ever to win the title.
Darryl, 17, scored 25 goals this season to pace Oakland Mills High to a 14-1 record and the Maryland Class B soccer championship. A forward on the U.S. National under-19 team, he has led the Scorpions to a three-year record of 38-5-1.
MOLLY VAN NOSTRAND
Molly, 14, won the state high school girls' tennis championship in Liverpool, N.Y., by beating Deirdre Ettus, who is 17, 6-3, 6-1. A ninth-grader at Bay Shore Junior High, she is the youngest player ever to win the title.
JOHN (Pete) ADKINS
JEFFERSON CITY, MO.
Adkins, 55, has a 22-year record of 205-18-2 as football coach at Jefferson City High. He has guided the Jays to 11 undefeated seasons and three of the last four state championships. In one eight-year span his teams won 71 straight.
Kizer, 31, averaging 83.7 mph in an MG Midget, won the Sports Car Club of America H Production national championship over 20 male drivers at Road Atlanta, Ga. She is the first woman to win an SCCA national title since 1963.
Finn, a fifth-grader who runs 25 miles a week and maintains a six-minutes-a-mile pace in road races with adults, won the AAU 9-and-under 1½-mile national championship in Hightstown, N.J. in 8:32.2, beating 126 other runners.