Clark, 39, was voted the 1995 coach of the year at Cal after guiding the Golden Bears to the national collegiate rugby championship for the fifth consecutive year, with a 48-16 win over Air Force. The championship was Clark's 12th since the title game was first held in 1980.
T.D., a recent graduate of Leesville Road High, shot a 36-hole score of 150 to win the high school division at the National Minority College Golf Championship at Highland Park Golf Course in Cleveland. He beat runner-up Eric Dandridge of Sparta, Ill., by one stroke.
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Charyl, who just completed eighth grade at Schroeder Junior High, won North Dakota high school titles in two sports in one week. She teamed with Rachel Britton of Red River High in Grand Forks to win the tennis doubles crown and then threw the javelin 134'7" to win the Class A title.
Jason, who recently turned nine, won the eight-and-under age-group title at the 26th Annual American Taekwondo Association World Championship in Little Rock. A first-degree black belt, Jason had an undefeated season during which he won 48 matches.
Amy, a senior-to-be at Bishop Ready High, had a 28-0 record and tossed three no-hitters as she lead the Silver Knights to the Ohio Division II softball title. Amy, who struck out 260 batters while allowing only 15 walks this season, has won 54 of her last 55 games over two years.
Brandon, who just finished his senior year at Permian High, successfully defended his title in the floor exercise with a score of 9.65 at the National High School Gymnastics Championships in San Jose. He also led the Panthers to the Texas title for the second season in a row.