EL CAJON, CALIF.
Foster, a recent graduate of Wilton High; won the individual all-around gymnastics title at the state high school championships to lead the Lady Warriors to the Connecticut Class S team title for the third consecutive year. She later propelled the Connecticut all-stars to the national high school crown by winning the beam. April, 17, was named to the YMCA All-America team after prevailing in the all-around and placing second in the vault and the floor exercises in her division at the YMCA nationals. As a junior on the Granite Hills High team last winter, she placed second in the all-around at the CIF- San Diego County tournament.
Abdullah, 23, an assistant administrator in a physics lab, won the single sculls title at the U.S. rowing championships by edging Andy McMarlin, 27, of Vienna, Va., by 1.2 seconds. Abdullah earned a silver medal in the quadruple sculls at the 1995 Olympic Festival.
Gerwin, 29, an industrial safety equipment salesman, won the Ohio amateur golf crown in Dayton and the Mid-Amateur (for players more than 25 years old) Championships in Cincinnati to become the first player to sweep the two tournaments in the same year.
NORTH KINGSTOWN, R.I.
Feeney, 17, scored five goals to lead the East to a 5-1 win in the Puma Cup all-star girls' soccer game. As a senior forward at North Kingstown High, she had 44 goals and 48 assists in leading the Skippers to the Division 1 state title for the third year in a row. She will play for Duke this fall.
Lister, a recent graduate who was a runner and a triple jumper at Leavenworth High, became the first three-time winner of the Wayne F Campbell Award as the Kansas City area's top high school track and field athlete. He was state 6A champion in the 200 and 400 meters and in the triple jump.