KANSAS CITY, MO.
Terrence, 16, won the bronze medal in the under-17 sabre competition at the world fencing championships. Earlier, Terrence, who is ranked No. 1 nationally in the under-17 division, placed first in both that division and the under-20 age group at the Junior Olympics for the second year in a row.
SAN CARLOS, CALIF.
Alexis, a senior point guard at Sacred Heart Prep, was named to the girls' Division I all-state team after leading the Gators to the California championship. With Alexis scoring 1,137 points—300 of them on three-pointers—and dishing out 330 assists over the past two years, Sacred Heart went 75-0.
Li, 35, placed 10th in the 10-meter-platform event in his first competition as an American citizen, the national indoor diving meet. A four-time member of the Chinese Olympic team and the first elite athlete from his former country to train in and represent the U.S., Li is also coach of Team Orlando Diving.
Kim, 15, won the women's 133-to-148-pound class and set a state record in the deadlift (290 pounds) at the Nebraska State Powerlifting meet. She also placed first in the bench press (130) and second in the squat (225). Kim, a sophomore at Hemingford High, is on the volleyball, basketball and track teams.
May 15, 1994
GRAND ISLAND, N.Y.
Grisanti, 40, a fitness-center owner, won his second consecutive masters' title (age 35-39) at the Senior National Judo Championships. Grisanti, a fifth-degree black belt fighting in the 209-pound-and-under division, defeated third-degree black belt Rich Kennedy of New York City with a full-point throw.
Jackie, a freshman tennis player at Kings Mountain High, was undefeated in her first year on the Mountaineer varsity and ended her season by winning the state 3A girls' singles crown. In nonschool competition, she has thrice won the North Carolina junior singles title for her age group.