RIO RANCHO, N.MEX.
Jessica, 10, won the vault and the balance beam and placed second on the uneven bars and third in floor exercise to earn the all-around title, with a score of 33.65, at the U.S. Gymnastics Federation Class VII state championships, in Santa Fe.
This is an article from the April 9, 1990 issue
Dunbar, 67, coached his 300th dual-meet swimming victory in 37 seasons at Amherst College as the Lord Jeffs defeated Trinity College 50-41. Dunbar, who also coaches the Amherst women's swimming team, now has a record of 301-201.
Wages, a senior guard at Woodson High, had 26 points in the Warriors' 67-47 win over Coolidge High for the Interhigh League girls' basketball title. She scored 24 in a 70-53 defeat of Arlington (Va.) Bishop O'Connell for the metro crown.
Shane, a senior at Lisbon High, and his brother Ike, a freshman, each won championships in the state Class 1A wrestling meet. Shane won a title for a fourth straight year by pinning Matt Lundquist of Corning High for the 125-pound crown. Ike defeated Ron McNichols of Lenox High 10-6 in the 103-pound final. Brother Zach, 16, a sophomore at Lisbon, was the runner-up in the 135-pound competition, as the Lions won their third straight team championship.
FORT PAYNE, ALA.
Harris, a senior at Fort Payne High, won the 880-yard and mile runs at the state Class 4A-5A girls' indoor track and field meet to lead the Wildcats to the team title. She also anchored the winning one- and two-mile relay teams.