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COLOR PHOTO: GEORGE TIEDEMANN Sarah Beth Cullen, Red Bank, N.J. Track and Field Sarah Beth, a senior at Red Bank Regional High, put the shot 43'6 1/4" to win her third state championship in a row. A three-time all-state selection, she was defeated only twice during her high school career. She will compete for Rutgers next year.COLOR PHOTO: DANIEL L. HANKIN Cody Schmitz, Dana Point, Calif. Taekwondo Cody, 5, took first place in the form competition of the five-to seven-year-old blue belt division at the American Taekwondo Association world championships, finishing with a perfect score of 27.0. Cody, who has since achieved the rank of brown belt, finished third in sparring.COLOR PHOTO: BEN WEDDLE Tom Hairabedian, Independence, Mo. Diving Hairabedian, 74, a retired college professor, won his third world masters crown on the 10-meter platform at the world masters championships in Casablanca, Morocco, with five scores of 8.5 on his final dive. Since 1974 he has earned seven world and 109 national masters titles.COLOR PHOTO: BOLIVAR ROSERO Eric Hasbrouck, Bedford, N.Y. Equestrian Hasbrouck, 38, rode Freestyle, a Holsteiner mare, to victory in the $35,000 I Love New York Grand Prix and moved into second place in the U.S. world-show-jumping selection trials. Hasbrouck and Freestyle completed the 16-jump first-round course with no faults in 74.96 seconds.COLOR PHOTO: MICHAEL WARD Ryndell Langford, Montgomery, Ala. Softball Ryndell, a freshman, led Alabama Christian Academy to victory in the Class A-AAA state tournament, striking out 32 while winning all four of the Eagles' games. The tournament MVP and an all-state selection, she finished the season 20-4 with a 0.44 ERA and 238 strikeouts.