Hosner, 60, director of the School of Forestry and Wildlife Resources at Virginia Tech, set U.S. road racing age-group records for 10 miles (58:55) and 10K (35:09) in races in Washington, D.C. and Norfolk, Va., respectively.
Carrie and Linetta rounded out their senior year at Muir High with 1985 national high school bests in individual events—Carrie in the 100-meters (11.61) and Linetta in the 300-meter low hurdles (41.54). They also joined Nikky Caddell and Lana Cantrell to break two national high school records with a clocking of 3:37.69 in the 1,600-meter relay and a 56.78 in the 400-meter shuttle hurdles relay. Carrie will attend UNLV in the fall, and Linetta will go to Nebraska.
Sue, a Benet Academy catcher and switch hitter, ended her junior year by leading the Redwings to the West Suburban Catholic Conference championship and a 21-2-1 season record. She led the team in runs (39), HRs (2) and RBIs (39).
Brown, a 36-year-old insurance salesman, won the Metro Golf Championship for the sixth consecutive year, on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff. He and Richard Jeffers were tied after 72 holes with three-under-par 285s.
Doug, who recently graduated from Bedford High, won his weight class in the Class A state wrestling championship for the second straight year to finish his career with a 143-8-0 three-year record. He was 101-0 his last two seasons.