Hawkins, 81, was a double cycling gold medalist in the women's 80-84 division at the Senior Olympics. She won the 5 km (12:40.65) and the 10 km (24:16.42) to bring to 10 the number of gold medals she has amassed in national and state races since she began riding competitively three years ago.
Hall, a junior running back at Wyoming High, leads Greater Cincinnati in rushing (1,972) and all-purpose yards (2,375). Early this season he broke the Cowboys' single-game rushing record, with 310 yards against Reading High, and career touchdown mark, with his 42nd touchdown.
PLZE?, CZECH REPUBLIC
Kudrnac and Vladulescu won the men's and women's singles titles at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association clay-court championships. Kudrnac, a senior at Oklahoma State and the Big 12 singles titlist last season, needed only 50 minutes to defeat Kentucky senior Cedric Kauffmann 6-1, 6-1. Vladulescu, a freshman at Alabama-Birmingham, won the first tournament of her college career, as a qualifier, defeating Agnes Muzamel, a junior at Mississippi, 6-2, 6-2. In 11 qualifying and tournament matches, she lost only one of 23 sets. She beat five players who were ranked in the top 15 of the college preseason poll.
KEW GARDENS, N.Y.
Cuseta, 38, earned his 1,000th coaching victory when his Bayside Yankees 18-and-under baseball team defeated the New York Metro Stars 19-3. Cuseta and his Yankees—he cofounded the team in 1982—have never had a losing season en route to a 1,000-331 record.
SOUTH BURLINGTON, VT.
Katherine, 8, had five victories in the eight-and-under division of the indoor Vermont Swim Association Summer Championships. She set state girls' age-group marks in the 25-yard backstroke (18.84) and butterfly (16.48), and the 50 freestyle (34.34). She also swam on two record-setting relay teams.