Stacy, a senior at Streamwood High, rolled the first perfect game in the 24-year history of the state girls' high school bowling tournament to clinch the team title for the Sabres and the individual crown for herself. She also set tournament marks for highest three-game series (759) and 12-game total (2,620).
BOSSIER CITY, LA.
Greene, 18, a guard, was named MVP of the AAU Junior Olympic 19-and-under basketball tournament after leading his team, the Louisiana Kings, to the gold medal. Greene averaged 15.7 points in eight tournament games. He will play next season at Bossier Parish Community College.
Albies, 50, was named Division III coach of the year by the American Baseball Coaches Association after guiding William Patterson College to a 39-5-1 record and the division's national championship. In 22 years at William Patterson, Albies has a 602-243-9 record and has won two Division III crowns.
FORT MYERS, FLA.
Lewis, 16, became the first cyclist to sweep the road events in the boys' 15-16 age group at the U.S. Junior National Championships when he won the 65-km road race in 1:32:26, the 20-km time trial in 26:41.81 and the 25-km criterium in 34:00. He took second in the time trial at the '95 nationals.
Shannon and Megan, 12, identical twin sisters, finished first and second, respectively, in the 800-meter run in the girls 11-12 age group at the Junior Olympic Track and Field National Championships. Shannon won in 2:18.51, while Megan ran a 2:20.36. They also finished fifth and eighth, respectively, in the 400. Earlier this year, at the Junior Olympic U.S.A. Youth National Championships, Shannon and Megan finished first and second, respectively, in their age group in the 400 and the 800. Shannon won the 400 in 58.79 and the 800 in 2:20.14, while Megan's times were 59.32 and 2:23.51.