SOUTH ORANGE, N.J.
Chyzowych, the 53-year-old volleyball coach at Columbia High, has led the Cougars to a 227-0 record over the past 12 seasons, winning the spring league state title each year. Columbia is undefeated again this season at 6-0.
BABYLON VILLAGE, N.Y.
Christine, a Babylon High senior, ran this season's fastest indoor mile for high school girls—4:54.90 at the Millrose Games in Madison Square Garden. She also won the National Scholastic Championships indoor mile, in 4:56.49.
Wright, a junior at West Virginia, led the Mountaineers to their fourth NCAA rifle championship in six years. They outshot Murray State by nine points. Wright won the individual smallbore title for the second consecutive time.
Chestnut, a senior at Williams College and the No. 1 man on the Ephs squash team, became the first black All-America in that sport. This past season Chestnut led Williams to a 12-7 record and a 10th-place national ranking.
April 24, 1988
MaChelle, a senior guard at DeKalb High, scored 736 points, the most by an Indiana girl this season, and set an alltime state girls' record with a 35.05 average. She established DeKalb's career scoring mark for girls with 1,633 points.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Talbott, 31, a legally blind FBI language specialist, finished third (2:26:48) at the Orange Bowl Marathon to break his own world record for the visually impaired by 2:08. He holds the visually impaired 10-km national mark of 31:42.