SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
Leanne, a 12-year-old volleyball player at All Souls School, served and won 15 straight points to lead the Wildcats to a 15-0, 15-1 victory over Mater Dolorosa. She led All Souls to the San Francisco Peninsula Girls Athletic League title.
WEST MEMPHIS, ARK.
Keith, a 6'10" senior center at West Memphis High, grabbed 33 rebounds in a victory over Bartlett High. Averaging 22.8 points and 17.5 rebounds, he led the Blue Devils to a 28-0 record and their second straight AAAA state title.
Jennings, 19, won three titles at the National Biathlon Championships in Bozeman. He skied the 10-and 15-kilometer junior races in adjusted times of 35:46 and 58:30 and anchored the victorious 3x7.5-kilometer relay team.
Whitcomb, a freshman goaltender for the Boston University women's ice hockey team, led the Terriers to victory in the Beanpot Tournament in Boston with 4-0 shutouts of Northeastern (30 saves) and Boston College (28 saves).
Brown, 51, a district supervisor of vocational rehabilitation, surpassed his own 50- to 54-year-old age-group world record of 5'9" in the high jump by clearing 5'10" at the National TFA Masters Championships in Liberty, Mo. He also set meet records in the triple jump (33'7½") and the long jump (17'2 3/3"). McBlain, 33, a track coach, had the most points among the women. She won four events for 30-to 39-year-olds: the 60-yard hurdles, high jump, long jump and shotput.