This is an article from the Feb. 14, 1994 issue
Jason and James, identical twin seniors, led Seattle Pacific University to the Division II soccer title. With the Falcons trailing Florida Tech 5-3 in the second OT of their semifinal, James, a defender, was moved into goal so that an extra attacker could be brought on. With 1:02 remaining, he and Jason, a forward and the third-leading scorer in Division II, assisted on a goal by Travis Connell to make the score 5-4. Sixty-one seconds later Jason scored the tying goal. In the scoreless third OT, James made four saves, and in the 13-round shootout to decide the game he had two more. The Falcons won 6-5 and went on to beat Southern Connecticut State 1-0 in the title game.
LA GRANGE, ILL.
Margie, a senior at Lyons Township High, beat Isabell Oelze of Naperville Central (6-2, 6-0) to win her second state girls' singles tennis championship. She did not lose a set on her way to a 32-0 record this season, and over four years she was 125-6. The Lions were state girls' team titlists the last three years.
NEW ALBANY, IND.
LaDrell, a senior guard, scored a career-high 39 points to lead New Albany High to an 83-69 victory over defending state champion Jeffersonville High. The win ended a 22-game Jeffersonville winning streak. As of last Friday the Bulldogs were 14-0 and ranked No. 2 in the state.
Bessette, 49, won the masters synchronized swimming solo title in her age group for the fourth time. The 1991 masters synchronized swimmer of the year, she also teamed with Beth Carey of Chestnut Ridge, N.Y., and Carol Motyka-Miller of Waldwick, N.J., to win the trio title for the ninth year in a row.
Bannon-Rodrigues, 27, won titles in women's lightweight fighting, forms and weapons at the World Association of Kickboxing Organizations championships. She is the only person to sweep all three events at a world championship, which she also did in 1991. Her '93 fighting record was 60-2.