KIM ECKRICH
DARIEN, CONN.
Eckrich, a freshman at Williams, led the Ephwomen to the NCAA Division III swimming title with wins in the 50-, 100-and 200-yard breast-stroke and the 100 and 200 IM. She also swam on the winning 200 and 400 medley relay teams.

JAMES TATE
NORTH LAS VEGAS, NEV.
James, a senior left wing and center-forward on the Rancho High soccer team, led the Rams to a 76-3-1 record and four straight state titles. A starter for four years, he scored 119 goals and was the Southern Conference MVP each year.

ED MATHER
BERNARDSVILLE, N.J.
Mather, 52, an English teacher, has a dual-meet record of 178-3 in 18 years as cross-country coach at Bernards High. The Mountaineers have won 14 Group I state titles, and their dual-meet win streak, dating from 1969, stands at 122.

IAN BRZEZINSKI
MCLEAN, VA.
Ian, a senior at Langley High, won the Georgetown 10-km. run with a time of 32:43 and finished second in the Virginia state championship two-mile run with a 9:34. He is the son of Zbigniew Brzezinski, former National Security Advisor.

CARA PRIDDY
KIRTLAND, N. MEX.
Cara, 17, a 6'2" center who averaged 36.9 points for the Kirtland Central girls' basketball team, led the Broncos to a 26-1 record and their third straight AAA state title. She was named AAA girls' Player of the Year for the third time.

DAN QUINLAN
BENNINGTON, VT.
Quinlan, 21, established a world record for distance skied in a 24-hour period. In 23 hours, 41 minutes and 25 seconds on a 4.642-km. loop, he covered 290.8 km., surpassing the mark of 280.93 set by Ahti Nevada of Finland in 1977.

SIX PHOTOS

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)