Shade, a sophomore at Mansfield High, set her second national class record in the pole vault. Last year as a freshman she cleared 12'9" to win the Texas 5A championship meet; in indoor competition this year she vaulted 13'6", a record for sophomores.
Justin finished his wrestling career at Hesperia High by winning Michigan's 160-pound championship, his 260th victory against zero defeats. He is the fourth wrestler in state history to go undefeated and the 13th to win four individual titles. Previously he won at 125, 145 and 152 pounds.
NORTH GWINNETT, GA. > Track and Field
Johnson, a 25-year-old senior at Ashland, set an NCAA all-divisions record in the weight throw (82 feet, 3.5 inches) as the Eagles finished fifth in the Division II championship meet for the second straight time. He was named the division's male field athlete of the year.
PARK RIDGE, ILL. > Basketball, Tennis
Bondi, a senior forward at DePauw, was named most outstanding player as the Tigers took their first-ever Division III women's basketball title. She led the team in scoring (15.7 points per game) and became a basketball All-America. She is a six-time All-America in tennis (three times in singles, three in doubles).
MANCHESTER, CONN. > Gymnastics
Clare-Kearney, a junior at LSU, won or tied for first place in all individual events against Centenary with career-best scores of 9.975 on the floor, 9.925 on the beam and 9.900 on the bar. Ranked No. 1 nationally all-around and in the vault, she was named Southeastern Conference gymnast of the week for the third time.
Jon and Robert Dohring
GLENDALE, CALIF. > Diving
The identical twins, juniors at Occidental, became the first teammates to finish first and second on both the one-meter and three-meter boards at the Division III championships. Jon (far left) edged his brother for first place in both events.
FROM TOP: KRIS WEYGANDT; PARIS STUDIOS OF PHOTOGRAPHY; TOM PUSKAR; MATT BOWEN/DEPAUW UNIVERSITY; STEVE FRANZ/LSU SPORTS INFORMATION; MAX S. GERBER