Matt and Chase, seniors on the Wichita Collegiate High tennis team, finished the season as the state's Division 3-2-1A No. 1- and No. 2-ranked singles players, respectively, after Matt defeated Chase for the fourth consecutive year in the finals of the Kansas high school tournament. Matt was 110-0 in career singles matches and became only the third boy in state history to win the singles titles for four straight years. Chase had a mark of 100-14, with all of his losses coming from Matt, including four in the regional finals. He dropped only three sets to all his other opponents. Matt will play tennis for Michigan next year, and Chase will attend Texas A&M.
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Hart, a senior on the Trenton State women's lacrosse team, had a Division III tournament-record 17 goals over three games to lead the Lions to the crown for the fourth year in a row. The old mark, 16, was held by Ursinus's Beth Bingaman (1987) and Trenton State's Pam Pluguez ('94).
lamurri, 37, was named Florida's softball coach of the year after guiding the Golden Eagles to a 33-1 record and the 5A state championship for the fourth consecutive season. Naples has won nine of the last 10 state titles under lamurri, who is 319-21 in his 11 seasons with the Eagles.
Came�, a sophomore on the South High track and field team, broke the girls' state long jump record with a leap of 20'1�", surpassing the old mark of 20'1" set by Laura Kirkham of Centerville High in 1984. Came� was named the top female high school athlete for the Dayton-Springfield area in 1995-96.
Fabio, a senior on the Xaverian High handball team, won his 43rd straight match and the Catholic High School Athletic Association singles title for [he second year in a row by defeating Archbishop Molloy High's Nick Borgia 21-10, 21-9. Fabio finished with a 68-1 career record.