Scott, a 135-pound senior wrestler at Parkway Central High, pinned Larry Shields of Hazelwood East High to win his fourth state 4A title and become the first Missouri high school wrestler to complete his career undefeated (149-0). Scott also has a 4.0 academic average.
Seneca, a senior at Lafayette High, and Sally, a junior at Walter Johnson High, won the boys' and girls' high school mile at the Millrose Games, in 4:16.14 and 4:52.20, respectively. Seneca, who placed fifth in the race as a junior, improved his time by 4.62 seconds to beat John Mortimer of Londonderry ( N.H.) High, by .55 of a second. Seneca is also the defending Virginia champion in both the indoor and outdoor 1,600 and 3,200 meters. Sally became the first girl to win the Millrose mile two years in a row when she defeated Kristin Nicolini of Annapolis (Md.) High by 1.58 seconds. In 1994 she also won the girls' 1,500 meters at the Penn Relays, in 4:24.51.
Jelani, a 6'11" senior center at St. Augustine High, had 28 points, 27 rebounds, 12 blocks and 10 assists in a 58-46 win over Eisenhower High, and 38 points, 22 rebounds, 15 blocks and seven assists in an 87-73 defeat of Lincoln High. In '94-95 he is averaging 26.4 points, 16.0 rebounds, 7.5 blocks and 4.4 assists.
Orndorff, a senior outside hitter for Juniata College, became the first woman volleyball player to be named a first-team Division III All-America in each of her four years in college. She led the Eagles to a 37-9 mark and a berth in the Division III semifinals this season. Orndorff also had 513 kills.
Hoham, 31, an English teacher and the boys' tennis coach at East High, guided the Spartans to the Class A state title for the seventh year in a row. Hoham also led the girls' team to state crowns in 1988, '90 and '91. In eight years of overseeing both teams, he has compiled a 152-8 mark.