Becky, a senior goalie, led Homewood-Floss-moor High to a 21-2 record and the state field hockey title, by allowing only six goals all season. In the state finals, a 1-0 OT win over Lake Forest, she gave up no goals and had 10 saves.
LAKE CITY, FLA.
Cox, 53, the football coach at Leon High, broke the state record for career wins by a high school football coach when his Lions beat Shanks High of Quincy, 48-24, for his 259th victory. After 30 years, his record is 261-65-3.
Hall, a freshman on the American U soccer team, scored goals nine seconds apart in a 3-2 loss to George Washington. The goals are believed to have been the fastest two by a single player in organized soccer.
PENNINGTON GAP, VA.
Collier, a senior quarterback for Emory and Henry, threw three scoring passes in a 54-23 win over Maryville College to end his regular-season career with 80 such TD throws, nine more than the previous NCAA Division III record.
Robillard, 22, a paraplegic who works for a pharmaceutical firm, set world wheelchair racing records for the 800, 1,500, 5,000 and 10,000 meters. His 5,000 time of 13:21 lowered by 1:08 the mark held by Peter Trotters of Australia.
NEW YORK CITY
Radice, a junior at Fordham, won the Metropolitan Intercollegiate women's cross-country title by running 3.1 miles in Van Cortlandt Park in 18:15. Last season Radice averaged 23 points a game for the Lady Rams basketball team.