Truman, a senior quarterback at Western Montana, ended his 39-game career with the Bulldogs as the NAIA leader in total offense (12,295 yards), passing yardage (11,450), completions (905) and touchdowns (105). Truman guided Western Montana to three Frontier Conference championships.
Keyon, a junior at Uniondale High, set a meet record in the girls' long jump at the prestigious Bishop Loughlin Games with a leap of 19'7�" and won the 55-meter dash in 7.11 seconds. Last spring she placed first in the long jump (19'11�") at the National Scholastic Track and Field meet.
Walsh, a freshman outside hitter for Stanford, had 17 kills, eight digs and six assists in a 15-7, 15-3, 15-5 win over Hawaii that gave the Cardinal its third NCAA title in women's volleyball. Walsh, the Final Four MVP, led Stanford this year in aces (47), kills (521), hitting percentage (.369) and digs (309).
Norton, 47, a fireman, won the 45-and-over age-group at the U.S. cyclo-cross championships for the third straight year by running and biking five laps of the 3-km course in 48:53, 2:58 ahead of Tom Regan of Lake Tahoe, Calif. Norton's wife, Jackie, won the 35-to-39 U.S. women's 3-km cycling time trial in 1991.
Rhonda, 18, won the girls' 18-and-under titles at the racquetball junior world championships in singles and in doubles, with Sadie Gross of Yankton, S.Dak. As a senior guard on the Thunderbird High basketball team, ranked first in Arizona's Class 4A, she was the Chiefs' No. 2 scorer, with 12.3 ppg through Sunday.
York, 51, hockey coach at Boston College, became the 11th college coach to get 500 wins when the Eagles beat St. Lawrence 6-4. Through Sunday, York was 34-50-6 since coming to BC. His career mark of 501-385-40 included stints at Bowling Green (342-248-31) and Clarkson (125-87-3).