Shawnetta, a 5'10" senior guard at University City High, broke Wilt Chamberlain's Public League career scoring record by getting her 2,253rd point in an 89-40 win over Central High. She ended her high school career with 2,325 points. Chamberlain had 2,252 points at Overbrook High from 1952 to '54.
Jim, 14, and Rebecca, 17, were named the outstanding lifters in the boys' and girls' divisions, respectively, at the National Junior Weightlifting Championships. Jim won the 150-pound weight class by breaking the U.S. school-age (12-17) snatch record with a lift of 159� pounds. His brother, Oscar, had set the old mark of 148� in 1994. Rebecca earned the crown in the 154�-pound class with a national school-age girls' record clean and jerk of 192� pounds. She also qualified for the junior world championships in Warsaw. At last year's worlds Rebecca finished seventh in the 141-pound class.
Jimbo, a senior wrestler for Mingus Union High, won the 4A state title at 160 pounds and set the Arizona high school record for wins, with 163. At the 36-team Flowing Wells Invitational he repeated as champion by beating Arizona's top-ranked 5A 160-pounder, Doug Sturm of Kofa High in Yuma.
Sertl, 36, was named 1995 Yachtswoman of the Year by US Sailing. She won the Santa Maria Cup on the waters off Annapolis, Md., and finished second at the International Yacht Racing Union Nation's Cup on San Francisco Bay and the International Women's Keelboat Championship off Newport.
Nathaniel, 11, won the 65-pound title at the national Silver Gloves boxing tournament. Nathaniel, who started boxing at age eight, is undefeated in 11 fights this year. His uncle and coach, Edward Duran, was the state's Golden Gloves 156-pound champ in 1993.