SANTA MARIA, CALIF.
Danica, a senior tennis player at Ernest Righetti High, finished her varsity career undefeated (168-0) in Northern League matches. She dropped only one set in four years of conference play and had an overall match record of 296-12. She will attend Nebraska on a tennis scholarship.
Tomic, a sophomore midfielder, led Grand Canyon University of Phoenix to the Division II men's soccer crown with two goals in the Antelopes' 3-1 title-game victory over Oakland ( Mich.) University. He also scored the goal in Grand Canyon's 1-0 semifinal win over Lynn University of Boca Raton, Fla.
NEW LAGUNA, N.MEX.
Jonah, a senior guard on the Laguna-Acoma High girls' basketball team, broke her own state record for most three-pointers in a game, with 12 against Ramah High. Jonah, who led the state's AA schools in scoring (23.6 points a game) and assists (7.5) through last Thursday, also holds the mark for most points in a game (50).
Eggert, 40, the wrestling coach at Libertyville High, set two meet records at the Midlands Wrestling Championships: He was the oldest competitor to win a match and the oldest to place. Eggert placed seventh at 126 pounds, winning four matches, including one by pin, against college wrestlers.
LAKE PLACID, N.Y.
Rusty, 17, and Daniel, 15, got the silver medal and the bronze medal, respectively, in the short-track competition at the junior world speed skating championships. Rusty came in second overall to Kim Dong-Sung of South Korea, by winning a medal in three of the four events he entered. He placed second in the 1,500 meters and was third in both the 1,000 and the 1,500 superfinals. Daniel, who was participating in an international competition for the first time, came in third in the 500. He established a U.S. junior record of 43.63 for that distance in an early heat and lowered the mark to 43.60 later in the day.