Nicole, 16, earned three medals in the girls 15-16 age group at the AAU Junior Olympics national track and field meet when she won the long jump (19'1"), was second in the heptathlon (4,503 points) and third in the high jump (5'6"). She also finished fourth in the triple jump (37'6").
Megan, a senior at Kapaun Mount Carmel High, became the first girl to win the Kansas high school singles tennis title four times when she beat Laura Miller of Bishop Miege High of Roeland Park 6-0, 6-0 in the Class 5A finals. Megan, who plans to play at Tennessee, has a 4.0 academic average.
Edwards, 62, won the men's championship of Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, N.Y., for the second straight year and the fifth time overall by beating Andrew Svoboda of Chappaqua, N.Y., 4 and 3 over 36 holes. A survivor of lymphatic cancer, he has also won three men's senior club titles.
Kristie, 17, won the silver medal in the 165-pound division at the world championships of women's wrestling by pinning Eva Toleva of Bulgaria in 1:01. She also is a nationally ranked senior judo competitor and last year was named MVP of her softball team at Colonie Central High.
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Ortiz, a junior running back for Lewis & Clark College in Portland, set an NAIA season high for rushing when he carried 31 times for 345 yards and four touchdowns in a 57-14 win over the University of Puget Sound. His total more than doubled his previous career high of 168 yards, set last season.
Tiffany, a sophomore outside hitter for Assumption High, had 11 kills in leading the Rockets' girls volleyball team to a 14-16, 15-13, 15-13 victory over Wisconsin Lutheran High of Milwaukee in the title match of the 24-team Nike Challenge. In five tournament matches she had 48 kills and 44 digs.