Markus Coleman, Chicago
Markus, a junior tailback at Holy Cross High, ran for 405 all-purpose yards and five touchdowns to lead the Crusaders to a 52-6 victory over Prosser High. He scored on kickoff returns of 80 and 99 yards and a punt return of 48 yards. He also rushed for 143 yards on seven carries.
Becky Kemper, Befoe, Ky.
Kemper, 20, a senior accounting clerk, pitched 751 ringers out of a possible 910 to defeat three-time world titlist Sue Snyder, 51, of Madisonville and win the women's crown at the world championships in Ainsworth, Neb. Kemper finished third at her first worlds last year.
Tom Tamas, Columbus, Ga.
Tamas, 33, a sergeant first class in the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit at Fort Benning, Ga., won the 50-meter free rifle prone title at the world championships with a perfect score of 600. Tamas was an alternate member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic team.
Daryl Holcomb, Wilmington, Del.
Daryl, 15, a pitcher and third baseman, led the Brandywine Little League Senior All-Stars to the Eastern regional championship. He was 5-1 with four shutouts, 50 strikeouts and a 2.11 ERA, and hit .450 in 18 games with 30 runs and 23 stolen bases in as many attempts.
Nicole Pitts, Fort Lauderdale
Nicole, 11, won the girls' 12-and-under title at the USTA National Hard Court Championships, 7-6, 6-0, against Anita Ivancevic, 12, of Chicago. Nicole, who is also the girls' 12-and-under clay court champion, is undefeated this year in her division, with a record of 45-0.
John Demsick, Canton, Mich.
Demsick, 45, won his third consecutive masters division 40-and-over folk-style championship at the AAU nationals, this time in the 150-pound class, by defeating William Sampsel, 46, of Wadsworth, Ohio. Demsick also wrestled in the 30-and-over division and finished second.