Deworski, a senior at Overbrook High, set three U.S. high school records during the National Scholastic Indoor Track and Field Championships. He established marks in the 60-meter dash (6.62) and the 55 and 60 high hurdles (7.08 and 7.62, respectively).
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Morrison, a sophomore center, and Turco, a freshman goaltender, led the No. 1-ranked Michigan ice hockey team to a 22-4-1 mark in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (29-7-1 overall) and the conference's regular-season crown. Morrison, the nation's leading scorer, with 74 points (22 goals, 52 assists), was named to the all-conference team. In 1994 he was the CCHA Rookie of the Year. Turco had a save percentage of .891 during the regular season, with a high of 42 saves in the Wolverines' 4-3 overtime win over Lake Superior State. He was also named the '95 CCHA Rookie of the Year.
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Mattucci, 41, the basketball coach at Stevenson High, and Katie, a guard-forward, guided the Patriots to a 77-47 win over Mother McAuley High to capture the Illinois girls' Class AA title. Stevenson High set state girls' championship-game marks for most points and widest margin of victory. The Patriots had beaten Joliet High in the semis 70-40. Over the last four seasons Mattucci's teams had a 103-20 mark, and he was named national girls' coach of the year for 1995. Katie, a Stevenson co-captain, was named to the all-state and all-tournament teams. She also played on the 1994 AAU 15-and-under national championship team.
Samuelson, 63, the women's swimming coach at Williams College, was named women's Division III coach of the year. It is the third time that Samuelson has been so honored. In his 16 years at Williams he has developed 100 All-Americas and 36 Division III champions.