CLIVE LISTER
SEATTLE
Lister, 49, won the masters kayaking title at the U.S. Slalom and Wildwater championships in Wesser, N.C. for the fifth straight year. His time of 3:27.2 on the 800-meter course beat Tom Cowden of Austin, Texas by 10.5 seconds.

TRACI KENNEDY
CHESTER, N.J.

TERRI SHARPLESS
PRINCESS ANNE, MD.

Traci, a senior-to-be at West Morris Mendham High, had a 25-0 record to lead the Minutemen to the New Jersey Group 3 softball championship. During the season she pitched five no-hitters, including a perfect game, and had 257 strikeouts in 174‚Öî innings and a 0.46 ERA. Sharpless, a Washington High graduate, pitched the Jaguars to the Maryland Class C title. Her 22-0 record included seven no-hitters (one a perfect game), 228 strikeouts in 137‚Öì innings and a 0.24 ERA.

JULIE HABECK
MISSION HILL, S. DAK.
Julie, who will be a sophomore at Irene High, set a national air-gun shooting record at the International BB Gun Championship matches in Slippery Rock, Pa. by scoring 13 straight bull's-eyes from five meters in the kneeling position.

MARK IVANOV
ACTON, MASS.
Ivanov, who will attend Bentley College in the fall, set a national age-group record for 17-to-18-year-olds in the decathlon with a total of 6,196 points at the Athletics Congress national youth championships in Uniondale, N.Y.

ROY EUDY
BATON ROUGE
Eudy, a 1985 graduate of Catholic High, won his third state tennis singles title in as many years while leading the Bears to an 18-0 season mark and a third consecutive state team championship. He will attend Mississippi in the fall.

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