SALLY KUS
AMHERST, N.Y.
Kus, 37, coached Sweet Home Central High's girls' volleyball team to its 219th straight win, setting a U.S. scholastic record for consecutive victories. The previous record was 218 wins by Baskin High in girls' basketball from 1947 to 1953.

XAVIER CRAWFORD
MEMPHIS
Xavier, 15, a sophomore running back at Trezevant High, rushed for 356 yards on 33 carries and scored six touchdowns in a 49-18 win over Manassas High. It was the fifth-straight game in which he rushed for more than 200 yards.

JUDY GEROLSTEIN
HARPSWELL, MAINE
Judy, 17, a senior goalie for the Mount Ararat School's girls' soccer team, led the Eagles to an 18-0 season and the state Class A championship. Judy stopped 140 of 144 shots as Mount Ararat outscored its opponents 100 to 4.

TIM WOODFORD
BROOKSVILLE, FLA.
Tim, 17, a senior at Hernando High, tied a national high school record by kicking five field goals (from 52, 52, 48, 42 and 42 yards) in a 52-0 win over Zephyr Hills. He also set a state record for most points made kicking (20) in one game.

SUZY FAVOR
STEVENS POINT, WIS.
Suzy, 17, a senior at Stevens Point Area Senior High, won the Wisconsin public school Class A girls' cross-country championship for the fourth straight year. She covered the 3,200-meter Yahara Hills course in Madison in 11:58.5.

MICHAEL HUBLY
COLUMBUS, OHIO
Michael, 17, a senior at Upper Arlington High, shot rounds of 78 and 71 to lead the school to its 12th state golf title. Michael's 71 on Ohio State's Scarlet Course tied the school record for lowest round with Jack Nicklaus, class of '57.

PHOTORONALD J. COLLARAN PHOTOTHOMAS A. WOLFORD PHOTOPIERCE STUDIO PHOTOCHERIE DIEZ PHOTOMARTY HENDRICKS PHOTOCRAIG HOLMAN

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)