Hal Hudson, Houston
Hudson, 63, a lawyer, bench-pressed 248 pounds, deadlifted 473 and squatted 391 to win the 60-64 division of the U.S. Masters Powerlifting Championships, his 15th masters title. Beginning in 1979 he has won at least one National Masters crown in four different decades.
Tia Bollinger, Santa Ana, Calif.
Tia, a senior at Mater Dei High, was named the Gatorade girls' national high school player of the year in her sport after giving up only one earned run and going 30-2 with an 0.03 ERA and 389 strikeouts in 230? innings, leading the Monarchs to their third straight CIF Division I championship game.
Emily Edwards, Des Moines
Emily, a senior attackman and All-America at the Tabor Academy in Marion, Mass., scored six goals and added two assists in a 12-10 victory over Phillips Andover to lead the 14-0 Seawolves to the New England championship. She will attend Berkeley in the fall.
Pablo Pizarro, La Serena, Chile
Pablo, a senior exchange student at Gardiner ( Maine) High, defeated No. 1 seed Todd Spelman of York High 6-4, 6-3 in the semifinals and second-seeded Pat Cianciolo of Gorham High 7-6, 6-4 in the final to win the boys' state high school singles championship.
Leigh Jackson, Tallahassee, Fla.
Leigh, an eighth-grader at the Maclay School who plays for the Maclay varsity, scored nine goals over a four-game span, including four goals and an assist in a 10-0 game over Taylor County to help the Marauders win the District 2 title and finish the season 25-3-1.
Jamie Brewster, Providence
Track and Field
Brewster, a senior at Colby College, won the hammer throw with a toss of 193'4" at the NCAA Division III championships for the third time in four years. He was also a champion in that event at this year's New England Division III championships with a throw of 192'4".