Christopher, 6, a pitcher and second baseman for the Phillies in the Casselberry Little League T-ball division, executed unassisted triple plays in two consecutive innings in a victory over the Braves. It was his first season of organized play.
Jill, a recent graduate of Our Lady of the Lakes High, broke the national high school career record for victories by a softball pitcher, getting her 104th win with a 5-0 perfect game against St. Clement of Center Line, Mich.
Chris, a recent graduate of Mead High, won the 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs at the Class 3A state track and field championships. In the Shelton (Wash.) Invitational he ran the fastest 1,600 (4:04.6) by a high school student this year.
Shannon, a recent graduate of Coronado High, set two national high school girls' soccer scoring records, with 186 career goals and 110 goals this year. She surpassed the previous single-season scoring mark by a remarkable 45 goals.
Williamson, 69, a retired high school history and civics teacher, and Lucchesi, 68, a former junior college vice-president, met on the tennis court for exactly the 1,300th time as Williamson defeated Lucchesi 1-6, 6-4, 6-3 to win the 65-and-older division of the Eureka Indoor Senior Tennis Championships. Williamson and Lucchesi, who are ranked second and third, respectively, among northern California senior players, began their rivalry in 1966.