David, a senior tailback at Jamestown High, rushed for 198 yards on 32 carries to lead the Red Raiders to a 26-20 win over North Rockland High and the Class A state title. This season he ran for 2,260 yards on 290 carries and 35 touchdowns. He was named New York's Player of the Year by USA Today.
This is an article from the Jan. 16, 1995 issue
Emily, a junior swimmer at Carmel High, and Young, her 39-year-old coach, led the Greyhounds to their ninth consecutive girls' state team title. Emily won the 50-yard freestyle at the state meet for the third straight season, with a time of 23.80. She also anchored two victorious relays: the 4 x 50 freestyle team that set a national girls' high school record of 1:34.84, surpassing the previous mark, established in 1992 by Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest High; and the 4 X 100 free team that set a state record of 3:26.92, the second-fastest time ever by a high school girls' foursome. The team crown was Young's fourth since he became coach in 1991.
Chamique, a 6'2" senior basketball forward at Christ the King High, had 58 points and 30 rebounds in a 79-42 defeat of Altoona (Pa.) High and 71-39 win over Cardinal O'Hara High of Springfield, Pa. Chamique, a 1994 All-America, was averaging 28.0 points and 14.0 rebounds through last Friday.
Mardi, a senior at Buffalo High, won her fourth consecutive girls' state 3A golf title by defeating her younger sister, Jana, 159-169 over 36 holes on the par-72 course. Mardi led the Bison to their third team crown in four years. A National Honor Society member, she also has a 3.7 academic average.
Ohene-Frempong, a hematologist and a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, won one of six NCAA Silver Anniversary Awards for a distinguished postcollegiate career. He starred in the high hurdles at Yale, where his two school records still stand: the 60-yard (7.10) and the 120-yard (13.90).