Debbie, a junior at Roseville High, won the girls' all-around state gymnastics title and became the first girl to score 39 or higher in the championships. Her total of 39.20 included first-place finishes in the vault (9.8), beam (9.8) and floor exercise (9.9), and a third-place finish on the uneven bars (9.7).
Shondell, 67, the volleyball coach at Ball State, got his 700th win when his men's volleyball team beat Wisconsin- Milwaukee. The Volleycards, who finished third at this year's NCAA tournament, have been to the Final Four 13 times and won their conference 17 times during Shondell's 31 seasons.
LAKE CITY, PA.
Machuga, a senior softball pitcher at Allegheny College, set the Division III career strikeout record with her 17 K's in the Gators' 5-0 win over Bethany College and ended the regular season with 707 career strikeouts. She also holds records for K's in a game (19) and consecutive scoreless innings (75).
Ngidhi, a senior runner at Abilene Christian, won the 800-meter title for the second straight year, clocking a 1:47.48 to break his own meet record at the NCAA Division II indoor championships. He also broke the 1,500 record, set by Shane Healy of Adams State in 1993, with a time of 3:44.65.
PLANT CITY, FLA.
Katie, 10, set a Florida age-group and Junior Olympic record in the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 2:04.88 at the state Junior Olympics meet. She broke another state Junior Olympic record in the 50 backstroke (31.56) and also won the 100 and 50 freestyles and the 50 fly.
Stewart, a senior shortstop at Southern Arkansas, hit safely in 54 straight games over two seasons, breaking the previous NAIA record of 44 in a row. He ended the 1995 regular season with a .500 average and led the 40-11 Muleriders to a berth in the NAIA tournament.