Nagle, a senior All-America striker for the Emmaus High girls' soccer team, scored both goals, including the game-winner with 2:55 left in the fourth overtime, as the 20-2 Green Hornets won the state spring soccer title with a 2-1 defeat of Cumberland Valley High. Nagle will play at Rutgers this fall.
Widmark, 60, a painting contractor, set a men's 60-and-over U.S. cycling record in the one-kilometer time trial (1:17.954) at the EDS Masters Championships. He has won five national or world cycling crowns, as well as a North American long-track speed skating title.
Ja 'Warren Hooker
Hooker, 18, was first in the 100 meters, in 10.28, and fifth in the 200 with a personal-best 21.02 at the U.S. Junior Track and Field Championships. Hooker, who finished first in the same events at last month's Golden West Invitational, will run track and play football at Washington.
Kim, 15, won her second American Junior Golf Association tournament in six tries when she shot a 10-over-par 226 for 54 holes to take the girls' title at the Tom Kite Junior Classic. Kim, an honorable-mention junior All-America in 1996, also won the Woodlands junior event in March.
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Scott, 47, baseball coach at Cypress Community College, and his brother Brad, 42, Softball coach at the same school, each guided his team to a state community college title this spring. Scott's baseball team defeated Sacramento City College 7-4 in the championship game eight days after Brad's Softball squad won its crown with a 5-0 win, also over the Panthers. It was the second time—the other was in 1991—that the brothers led Cypress to California crowns in the same year. In 13 seasons at Cypress, Scott has a 419-192-2 record, with state titles in '91, '94 and '97. In his 11 seasons Brad has a 470-153-1 mark, with California championships in '91 and '97.