Todd, a senior at Brunswick School, as of last Friday completed 62 of 123 pass attempts, threw for 1,040 yards and 18 TDs and rushed 48 times for 356 yards and three TDs while quarterbacking the Bruins to a 9-0 record and a mark of 26-1 over the last three years. He is also a high school All-America in lacrosse.
MOUNT PLEASANT, TEXAS
Seabourne, 36, a junior college phys-ed director, pedaled 229.06 miles to set a U.S. cycling road record in the 12-hour solo unpaced category. He also holds the trans-Texas south-to-north (591 miles) mark of 35:43:0 (an average speed of 16.54 mph) and the west-to-east (534 miles) record of 33:31:0 (15.92 mph).
LODGE GRASS, MONT.
Ruby, a senior at Lodge Grass High, won the Class B girls' state cross-country meet to become only the 17th runner, boy or girl, in the U.S. to win four straight state titles. She ran the three-mile course in 18:20 to finish 1:08 ahead of Wolf Point High's Janet Shumway and help the Indians to their second team crown in a row.
Melissa, a senior striker on the Daniel Hand High girls' soccer team, had 32 goals and 20 assists to lead the Lady Tigers to a 15-1-2 record and an appearance in the Class M state playoffs for the third consecutive year. For her career Melissa scored 90 goals, and this fall she booted five goals in one game and four in two others.
ORO STATION, ONT.
Rodgers, 38, a music teacher and a tournament squash player for just three years, won the women's over-35 title at the world championships without dropping a game. Rodgers, who was seeded fourth and was making her first appearance in the worlds, beat No. 1-seeded Sue Clinch of Seattle 9-4, 9-1, 9-2 in the final.
Gleason, a junior forward for the University of Iowa's field hockey team, scored her fifth hat trick of the year in a 5-1 win over Ball State. Her 37 goals and 78 points led the Hawkeyes to an 18-0 regular-season record and a berth in the NCAA final four. As of last Friday she was third on the NCAA career-goal list, with 97.