Lindsay Cuadros, Xenia, Ohio
Lindsay, a junior defender at Xenia High, scored the winning goal for the Buccaneers in a 2-1 victory over Carroll High of Dayton. Earlier that day she kicked four extra points in as many attempts for Xenia High's football team in a 43-15 defeat of Belmont High, also of Dayton.
Boramy Seng, Hamilton, Ont.
Boramy, a senior halfback at Hill Park High, scored 42 points on six touchdowns and three two-point conversions to lead the Rams to a 54-6 victory over Westmount High. He rushed for 369 yards on 20 carries and also intercepted a pass while playing cornerback.
Frank Parkison, Salem, Ore.
Parkison, 77, a retired rehabilitation counselor, won the men's age 75-79 singles at the international championships, beating Bernie Steenson, 76, of Torrance, Calif. Parkison, last year's U.S. 75-79 singles titlist, is No. 1 in America in his age group in singles, doubles and mixed doubles.
Brandon Racca, Iowa, La.
Track and Field
Brandon, 14, broke the AAU boys' 13-14 age-group record in the javelin with a throw of 184'3" at the AAU Junior Olympics. The distance surpassed the USA Track & Field mark of 184'1" he had set the week before at the National Junior Olympic Championships.
Mike Teti, Princeton, N.J.
Teti, 42, the national men's sweep coach, guided the U.S. eight to its second consecutive gold medal at the world championships. It was the first American eight to repeat as world champs. Teti also coached the lightweight eight to a silver medal and the men's pair with coxswain to a bronze.
Nao Suzuki, Rockville, Md.
Nao, 12, a purple belt, won two girls' 12-13 age-group national championships in the 90-pound division in the same week—the National Junior Olympics and the U.S. Junior Nationals. In the latter she was also named the tournament's outstanding competitor.