Sherri, a senior at Hopkins High, won the Class AA girls' gymnastics all-around title and finished first in the vault and uneven bars competition to lead the Royals to the state team title. They beat Eden Prairie High by .5 of a point.
Stubbs, a senior center at Trinity College and the NCAA's top rebounder (18.1 a game) this season, became the first player in school history to score 1,000 points and get 1,000 rebounds. He ended his career with 1,346 and 1,109, respectively.
Smith, 58, a great-grandmother of four, lifted a total of 705 pounds and established four world records in the women's 55-59 age group in her first powerlifting competition. She squatted 254, bench-pressed 165 and deadlifted 286.
Zubero, a University of Florida junior, won five events at the SEC swimming championships. He set conference records in the 100- and 200-yard backstrokes and the 200 individual medley and was named the meet's top male performer.
DREXEL HILL, PA.
Rebecca, a junior at Upper Darby High, won a one-meter diving competition and an all-around gymnastics title for the Royals one day and the long jump (17'3½") at the Greater Philadelphia track and field coaches' meet the next.
CITY POINT, WIS.
Matt, a senior at Pittsville High, pinned Derrick Meyer of Loyal High in the Class C 119-pound final to become the state's first four-time wrestling champion. He won titles at four different weights during his 117-0 career.