ST. FRANCIS, KANS.
Bill, a 135-pound senior wrestler at St. Francis High, became Kansas's first four-time Division 3-2-1A champion and was named senior wrestler of the year in his division. He went undefeated during his junior and senior seasons and will graduate with a record of 125-5 and 382 takedowns.
Errin, 16, recently became only the second girl to earn three gold medals in Junior Olympic fencing championships. She won the under-17 �p�e, and the under-20 and under-17 foil titles. She earned two silver medals, in the under-17 and under-20 foil, at the 1995 Junior Olympics.
Thomas, 48, girls' basketball coach at St. George's School, has led the Dragons to 111 straight Panorama League wins, a state record for consecutive victories in conference games. St. George's last league loss was by one point in 1990. The school's jayvee team, also coached by Thomas, is unbeaten in 72 league games.
Kelly, 12, won the overall title by five strokes at the International Junior Golf Tournament, which included girls as old as 18. Kelly, who shot rounds of 83 and 76, competed in the 15-16 age group, winning by nine strokes. In 1994 she earned the 10-and-under crown at the World Cup in Tokyo.
BEECHVILLE, NOVA SCOTIA
Ray, a senior hockey forward at Middlesex School in Concord, Mass., was named the Independent School League's most valuable player for the second straight season. Since the 1993-94 season, he has scored at least one point in every league game and averaged 3.4 points per game.
DeVito, a freshman Softball pitcher at C.W. Post, began her collegiate career by going 38 innings without giving up an earned run. Over the six-game span, she had a 4-2 record while striking out 26 batters and surrendering 15 hits. Both of her losses were by a score of 1-0.