This is an article from the April 29, 1985 issue
Linda, 17, a 6'4" center at Wilkinsburg High, averaged 30.2 points, 27.5 rebounds and 10.6 blocks a game for the Tigers. In a 71-68 double-OT loss to Serra High, Linda grabbed 41 boards, tying her for third on the alltime U.S. girls' high school list. Laura, 15, a 5'4" junior-varsity forward at Vincent Massey High, scored six points in the Vikings' 48-47, six-OT defeat of Crocus Plains. Her winning basket came with 41 seconds left; all but three Vikings and four Plainsmen had fouled out.
Tee, a junior at Crest High, shot a six-under-par 64 to lead his team to victory over Ruther-fordton-Spindale Central 295-310. Tee finished the round with a hole in one, an eagle and back-to-back birdies, scoring 1-2-3-4 on those four holes.
VanArsdalen, 27, Hillsdale College's women's track and field coach, led the Chargers to the Great Lakes Conference indoor title and a 69-2-1 record since 1983. She was named conference Coach of the Year for the third consecutive year.
Andy and Richard each won titles in the Wyoming AAA state wrestling tournament to lead Worland High to the state championship. Andy, a senior, won in the 155-pound class, ending the season with a 23-5 record, and Richard, a junior, won the state title at 126 pounds and finished with a 19-9 record. Two other Trujillo brothers also contributed to Worland's team title. Jim, a senior, placed third in the tournament in the 112-pound class, and Mitch, a sophomore, was runner-up at 138 pounds.