Jeremy and Jordanna, a senior and a sophomore, respectively, at Harvard, became the first brother-sister pair to win national intercollegiate squash singles crowns in the same year. Jeremy won the men's title by beating defending champion and Crimson teammate Adrian Ezra 3-2. Jordanna also defeated a defending national champ, Yale's Berkely Belknap, 3-1, to earn the women's crown. Harvard won the men's and women's team titles as well.
Mike, a sophomore third baseman at Southwood High, had 15 runs batted in and belted four consecutive home runs, including two grand slams during the fifth and final inning, in a 34-2 defeat of Marion Bennett High.
Andre, a sophomore triple jumper at Seminole (Sanford) High, had the longest high school triple jump in the country this season and established a national record for a 10th-grader with a leap of 51'3¼".
Walker, 58, the softball coach at Trenton State, led the Lions this season to a 48-2 record and the Division III title. Her record during her 19 years at Trenton State is 590-136, with four national championships.
DEL ORO, CALIF.
Jack, a senior tennis player at Del Oro High, finished his varsity career by winning his fourth sectional title and extending his four-year singles record to 89-0. He never lost a set in league or tournament play.