Leta Andrews, Granbury, Texas
Andrews, 60, won her 1,000th game as coach of the Granbury High girls' team when the Lady Pirates defeated Waco Midway High 53-45. The leading active high school girls' basketball coach in wins, she has a 1,012-184 career record. This season Granbury High went 28-4.
Tuan Wreh, Rockville, Md.
Track and Field
Tuan, a senior at Richard Montgomery High, won the triple jump at the Princeton Relays while setting a meet record of 49'5�". Tuan, who began competing in track and field only last spring, won the Maryland high school boys' high jump championship as a junior.
Kevin Black, River Falls, Wis.
Kevin, a senior at River Falls High, won a state title for the fourth consecutive year when he defeated Jay Heal of D.C. Everest High in Scofield 13-4 in the 119-pound division. He finished his senior season with a 38-0 record, which ran his high school career mark to 158-0.
Kristy Kowal, Wyomissing, Pa.
Kowal, a sophomore at Georgia, won two gold medals at the world championships. She was the first American woman to win the 100-meter breaststroke at the worlds, in 1:08.42. She was also a member of the victorious U.S. 4x100 medley relay team, which set an American mark of 4:01.93.
Joshua Riccio, Bradenton, Fla.
Ice and Roller Hockey
Joshua, 8, through Sunday had led the Tampa Bay Jr. Lightning ice hockey team to a 20-4-3 record with 39 goals and 34 assists. He had also led the 10-0 Sarasota Rink Rats roller hockey team with 37 goals and 14 assists. Joshua has scored 701 points since he began both kinds of hockey in 1995.
J. Stephen Fossett, Chicago
Fossett, 53, skied between Aspen and Vail, Colo., in 59:53:30, the unofficial fastest time for the 89.14-mile trek, which is frequently attempted by distance skiers. Last year Fossett, an adventurer, ballooned from St. Louis to Sultanpur, India, setting world duration (146:44) and distance (10,360 miles) records.