Bordley, 49, the lacrosse coach at the Landon School for the past 23 seasons, guided the Bears to a 13-3 overall record and the Interstate Athletic Conference championship for the 17th consecutive year. The Bears beat Georgetown Prep, the No. 1-ranked team in the region, 10-8 to win the title.
Thompson, a senior shot-putter at Nebraska, set a meet record at the NCAA outdoor track and field championships with a put of 60'8�", eclipsing the 1996 mark of 59'11�" by UCLA's Valeyta Althouse. Thompson, who is also the NCAA indoor shot put titlist, won the outdoors by more than two feet.
Scioletti, a junior shortstop at Army, won the Patriot League triple crown, batting .415 with 12 home runs and 67 RBIs. The last two stats are West Point single-season records. Scioletti was named conference player of the year as the Black Knights won their first Patriot League title.
DeKraay, 31, an M.B.A. candidate at Northwestern's Kellogg Business School, was the women's college criterium cycling titlist for the second year in a row. In 1996 she also won the women's college omnium and the women's national Masters road race in the 30-34 age group.
Weissfisch, 27, a student at South Texas College of Law in Houston, won the black belt heavyweight fighting division at the national taekwondo championships for the third time. He was 5-0 during the four days of the single-elimination, full-contact tournament.
PACIFIC PALISADES, CALIF.
Sangeeta, a senior at Pacific Palisades High, broke two Los Angeles-area girls' high school swimming records set by Kim Schlegal in 1981. Sangeeta, who competed for India at the '96 Olympics, swam the 100-yard backstroke in 58.48 and the 100 butterfly in 58.69. She will attend Princeton next fall.