Hiller, Beattie and Drake, the No. 1 line for reigning NCAA hockey champion Northern Michigan, all rank in the top six in the nation in individual scoring. Hiller, a junior right wing, leads the country in points, with 75 (27 goals and 48 assists) through last weekend. In 115 games for the Wildcats, he has scored 194 points. Drake, a senior left wing, ranks third, with 67 points (34 and 33). In 157 games he has amassed 204 points. Beattie, a senior center, in just three years of college hockey, is the school's active points leader, with 211, including 63 this season (22 and 41). He led the nation in scoring last season and was a 1991 finalist for the Hobey Baker Award as the college player of the year.
Tina, a senior at St. Ursula High, was unbeaten in the 100-yard butterfly in her four-year career and won the girls' state title in the event each year. No other Ohio swimmer has ever been state champion in the same event four times.
Aileen, a senior at South Kingstown High, has been named all-state in both track and soccer. The honor student also led the Rebels to a 35-1 mark in basketball over the last two years and the 1991 Class C state crown.
Cappy, a senior girls' volleyball setter and a five-year starter at Sacred Heart Academy, led the Cardinals to a 40-4 record and their second Class AA state title in five years. She was also the state tournament MVP.