Hacker, a junior first baseman at Southwest Missouri State, was named Missouri Valley Conference player of the year for hitting a conference-record 37 home runs in one season. He also batted .409, knocked in 95 runs in 58 games and was named an All-America.
David, a senior at Crescent Valley High, won the boys' 4A state golf championship with an 11-under-par, 36-hole total of 133, breaking Peter Jacobsen's 23-year-old state tournament record by five strokes. His performance also ensured that the Raiders would win the team title.
Martinez-Dryer, a junior runner at Western State College of Colorado, earned her fifth national women's crown when she won the Division II 3,000-meter title for the third consecutive year. She also was the division's cross-country champion in 1993 and '94.
Piemme, 70, set national 70-74 age group swimming records in the 50-, 100- and 200-yard freestyles, the 50 and 100 fly and the 100 individual medley at the Masters National Short Course meet. He holds U.S. marks in 11 of the 18 events in his age group.
Brian, a senior tennis player at Falmouth High, won his second boys' Class C state championship, winning 80 straight games, including an eight-game pro set in the first match, to go undefeated through the seven-match tournament. Falmouth won the Class C team title as well.
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Stephanie, a senior softball pitcher at Cathedral High, threw the 19th no-hitter of her high school career in a 9-0 win over Litchfield High. The victory clinched the Greyhounds' third consecutive girls' state title. Stephanie went 25-1 this season with a 0.17 ERA and 309 strikeouts in 166 innings.