BERNIE DUBEK
LYONS, ILL.

JOE KLANCNIK
NILES, ILL.

Dubek, a freshman on the women's Softball team, and Klancnik, a sophomore on the men's baseball team, pitched no-hitters on the same weekend for Triton College, in River Grove, Ill. On Saturday, April 4, Dubek led the Lady Trojans to a seven-inning 11-0 victory over Harper College, the first softball no-hitter in school history. The next day, Klancnik struck out nine batters and walked three others in a seven-inning 5-0 win over Waubonsee College.

TODD CHESBRO
STILLWATER, OKLA.
Todd, a 157-pound senior at Stillwater High, won his fourth straight state wrestling championship. This season he was 33-0 with 27 falls, and he has been undefeated for the past three years, finishing with a 120-2 career record.

COLLIN GODKIN
WEST ALLIS, WIS.
Godkin, a senior at the University of Minnesota, won two events and the all-around title at the Big Ten gymnastics championship. He scored 9.9 on the parallel and the horizontal bars and outpointed David Romero of Illinois 113.15-108.90.

KAREN O'CONNOR
HYDE PARK, N.Y.
Karen, a senior point guard, averaged 46.1 points in seven tournament games to lead the Roosevelt High girls' basketball team to the Class A state title. Her 96 points at the final four and 2.633 career points established state records.

SUSAN REDFIELD
MARBLEHEAD, MASS
Redfield, 51, the Marble-head High girls' track coach, won gold medals in the 300-, 600- and 1,000-yard races, the 60-yard hurdles and the triple jump at the U.S. Masters Indoor track and field championships, in Madison, Wis.

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