Reilly, 21, and Ulmen, 19, beat Tom Biersteker and Russell Schantz 7-6, 6-4 to win the men's doubles title in the Appleton City Tennis Tournament. Reilly, a junior at Purdue and a member of the Boilermaker tennis team, won back-to-back Wisconsin private school singles titles at Xavier High in 1982 and '83. Ulmen, a teammate of Reilly's at Xavier, was the No. 1 singles player at the University of Wisconsin Center-Fox Valley in 1985. He plans to enter Wisconsin- Platteville this fall.
Bangart, who will attend St. Norbert College in the fall, ended her career at Hilbert High by winning the 800 meters in 2:20.2, at the state Class C track meet in Madison. She also won the event in 1985. Hilbert is 14 miles southeast of Appleton.
Weiner, 25, a guard for J.J.'s Lounge in the city Parks and Recreation basketball league, sank 71 straight free throws in a 17-game span over two seasons. Since 1980, Weiner has scored 30 or more points in 36 of his 104 games.
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Hammen, who plays third base for the Oklahoma State women's softball team, was named to the National Softball Coaches Association All-America second team. Last season, as a junior, she led the Cowgirls in hits (38) and runs scored (19).
Samuel, as a freshman on the women's track team at Lawrence University in Appleton, set school records in the 100 meters (13.3), shot put (37'11") and long jump (17'4�"), and anchored the 400-meter relay, which set a school record (53.24).