WILLOW STREET, PA.
Harrington, 55, coached the Solanco High girls' cross-country team to the Mares' second AAA state title. Since the team's inception in 1985, Harrington has amassed a 263-12 record, eight straight undefeated seasons and a winning streak of 177 consecutive regular-season meets.
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Hiniker, a senior at Pioneer High, won her third state Division I girls' singles tennis championship by defeating Melanie Remynse of Portage Northern High 6-1, 6-2. Hiniker, who ended her high school career with an 86-0 record, plans to play for Yale next year.
SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.
Nadler, 38, won the American Poolplayers Association national amateur championship. In the finale of the two-day, double-elimination tournament, in which the contestants played both eight ball and nine ball, Nadler defeated John Binion of Detroit 11 games to seven.
SHERWOOD PARK, ALBERTA
Murray, a senior striker, led the University of Alberta women's soccer team to league and national titles. She scored the goal in the CIAU Conference final to give the Pandas a 1-0 win over the University of Calgary. At the nationals she had the goal in Alberta's 1-0 defeat of the University of Ottawa.
Cornelsen, a junior quarterback for Missouri Southern State, became the first NCAA Division II player to pass for more than 4,000 yards and to rush for more than 2,000 in a career. His totals were 4,186 and 2,134, respectively. This year he was third among the division's quarterbacks in rushing and 17th in total offense. Washington, a senior defensive back and special teams player for Shepherd College, tied two Division II single-season records by returning four punts for touchdowns and by scoring six TDs by runback. In addition to his scoring punt returns, he ran back a kickoff and an interception for touchdowns.