WHITE SHIELD, N. DAK.
Jody, 13, an eighth-grader at White Shield High, won the Class B girls' state high school cross-country title for the second consecutive year. She defeated Tina Mauer, a Bowman High School sophomore, by less than one second.
This is an article from the Jan. 6, 1986 issue
Todd, a Healdsburg High senior, caught five passes in a season-ending 17-15 win over El Molino. His national high school football record of 216 career receptions broke the 1972 record of 213, set by Bob Thomas of King of Prussia (Pa.) High.
EAST WILLISTON, N.Y.
Abbott, a senior center-back at the University of Connecticut, led the 19-2 Huskies to the NCAA Division I field hockey title by scoring all her team's goals off penalty corners in a 3-2 upset of defending champ Old Dominion, in Norfolk, Va.
Scott, a senior left wing, scored both goals in a 2-0 win over South Kingston as Barrington won its second straight boys' state high school soccer championship. For the third straight year, Scott led the 18-1-1 Eagles in scoring, ending this season with 26 goals and 12 assists. His sister Lynn, a sophomore left wing, scored the goal in a fourth OT that gave Barrington a 1-0 win over Portsmouth for the girls' state title. The girls' team had a 19-0 record, and Lynn led the state in scoring for both boys and girls with 40 goals and 13 assists. Matt, a junior center, was the second-leading scorer for the second year in a row behind his brother on the boys' team, with six goals and 10 assists. It was the first time that the same school had won both the boys' and girls' titles.