PETIT VALLEY, TRINIDAD
Siu-Butt, a junior midfielder for the American University field hockey team, scored six goals in a game for the second time this season as the Eagles defeated St. Joseph's 6-1. Earlier this season she tallied six goals in an 8-4 win over Villanova, and at week's end she led Division I scorers with 24 goals.
Yeagley, 56, became only the fifth men's college soccer coach to reach 400 career victories when his Indiana team beat Michigan State 2-1. Since starting the program in 1973, the Hoosiers have put together a 400-75-35 record with 10 Final Four appearances and three NCAA championships.
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CALIF.
Jones, 32, a 6'4", 235-pound actress, became the first person to win six straight Yukon Jack world arm wrestling championships when she beat Deb McNeil of Winchester, Va., in the women's finals. A former All-America shot-putter at Fresno State, Jones has also won 11 women's world wrist wrestling titles.
Woodring, a junior All-America outside hitter at Wittenberg University, set the Division III volleyball record for kills in a match when she tallied 55 in a 15-11, 13-15, 13-15, 15-11, 15-12 loss to Ohio Northern. For her career she has more than 1,200 kills and 1,100 digs.
Brandon, a junior running back at Service High, and Mark, a senior quarterback at Soldotna High, each set Alaska high school records on the same weekend. Brandon carried 26 times for state records of 381 yards and nine TDs in a 65-10 victory over Juneau-Douglas High. Mark became the state's single-season passing leader with 1,727 yards after a 318-yard, five-touchdown performance in a 42-18 win over Nikiski High. Brandon's rushing total topped the mark of 372 set only a week earlier by Dallas Elmore of Colony High. Mark's passing total broke the previous record of 1,466 set in '94 by Barrett Allen of Chugiak High.