NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
Harris, 65, shot a course-record eight-under-par 63 in the second round at Burns Park en route to winning the 54-hole Arkansas Senior Stroke Play Championship for an unprecedented sixth time. He shot a six-under-par 207 to beat Paul Hardage, 59, of Sherwood, Ark., by five strokes.
AUBURN HILLS, MICH.
Greer, 24, a midfielder, was named MVP of the women's World Cup lacrosse tournament after jetting nine goals and an assist in seven games to lead the U.S. to the title for the third straight year. She had the tying goal in America's 3-2 sudden-death title-clinching victory over Australia.
DEL MAR, CALIF.
Wadlow, a senior at Boston University, was awarded the Everett B. Morris Trophy as college sailor of the year. Competing in single-handed, sloop, team racing and dinghy, he finished in the top three in every regional and national competition he entered.
Powers, a junior on the Weber State rodeo team, won the women's individual title, leading the Wildcats to the women's team crown at the College National Finals Rodeo. She placed first in women's goat-tying—her qualifying time of 6.9 seconds was the event's best—and 12th in barrel racing.
NEW YORK CITY
Enmanuel, a junior righthanded pitcher for George Washington High, led the Trojans to their first New York City public school championship by throwing a complete-game, 10-strikeout seven-hitter against Lehman High at Shea Stadium. George Washington, ranked seventh nationally, won 7-2.
Mindy Lee Ferguson
Ferguson, a senior at Seattle Pacific University, was the individual titlist in the uneven bars and led the Falcons to the USA Gymnastics women's collegiate team championship. She finished first in the bars in nine of 14 meets this year and was tops in Division II with a 9.759 average score.