Dollar, 40, became the first women's college volleyball coach to win 600 matches when Southwest Missouri State defeated Baylor 12-15, 15-11, 15-0, 16-14. The Bears have had 20 or more victories in 15 of her 16 seasons at the school.
Terry, a senior running back at Tabb High, rushed for 204 yards in a 61-14 win over Poquoson High. That gave him 6,684 career yards rushing to break by 159 the state career rushing record set by Ricky Bailey from 1979 to '82.
Laura, a third-grader at Willow Creek School, won the eight-year-old females' age group of the Rainbo Ironkids Triathlon National Championship. Laura swam 100 meters, biked 3.2 miles and ran 1,100 yards in 20:25.
Chris, a senior at Wasilla High, ran 3.1 miles in Anchorage's Kincaid Park in 15:49 to defeat Jake Bartholomy by 31 seconds, thus becoming the first runner to win three consecutive Alaska schoolboy cross-country titles.
Tina, a senior goalie for the Guilford High soccer team, shut out Hand High 0-0 for her 42nd shutout, breaking the national girls' scholastic record, which had been shared by Erin Millikin and Kris Farrell, both of California.
Caruso, a 47-year-old professional fisherman, won the Hunter class at the national score shooting championship of the International Benchrest Shooters in Wapwallopen, Pa. From 200 yards away, he scored 248 out of a possible 250 points.