Kincaid, a six-foot senior forward at Northern Montana, was named MVP of the NAIA women's basketball tournament after scoring 43 points and grabbing 41 rebounds in four games en route to the title. As a sophomore at Central Arizona in 1989, she was named MVP of the national junior college women's tournament.
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Vaill, 30, strode five laps around the Lincoln Memorial reflecting pool in 45:27 to win the women's division at the 10K National Invitational Racewalk. Her time was 49 seconds faster than that of the runner-up, Janice McCaffery of Canada. Last year Vaill finished second to McCaffery but set a U.S. women's 10K record of 45:13.
Amanda, a senior diver for the Newark High girls' swim team, won her fourth consecutive state girls' one-meter diving championship. Her score of 405.00 points for 11 dives was the best ever for anyone, male or female, in the state and marked the fourth straight year in which she broke the one-meter record at the state meet.
Edwin, Lloyd and Floyd, brothers and teammates on the Lawton High wrestling team, each won an individual title at the state meet to lead the Wolverines to their second consecutive 5-A team title. Floyd and Lloyd, juniors who are also fraternal twins, won at 130 and 157 pounds, respectively. Floyd, the younger twin, defeated Joe Zamora of Tulsa Broken Arrow High by a 17-8 margin to complete an undefeated 36-0 season. Lloyd earned a hard-fought 12-9 victory over Lance Heiliger of Stillwater High to improve on his third-place finish of a year ago. Finally, Edwin, a senior 168-pounder, who forsook watching his brothers' matches because he feared it would make him nervous, beat Josh Stubbs of Broken Arrow 10-4. Edwin, who had twice previously finished third at the state meet, concluded his high school career with a 96-7 record. The fraternal trio had a combined mark of 106-2 this season and now have an overall record of 219-15. Their triumph is believed to be the first time that three brothers wrestling for the same team have won individual state wrestling titles at the same meet. Lawton concluded the season with a 16-0 dual-meet record and had four individual state titlists. Their 136.5 points in the state final was 78.5 points better than second-place Yukon High.