Leif, a 16-year-old junior at Kennedy High, won the state boys' all-around gymnastics title with a record 55.2 score and finished first in all six individual events: the pommel horse, still rings, parallel bars, horizontal bar, floor exercise and vault.
Doyle, 32, a physical therapist who competed in the 30-34 grand masters age group, won her second straight gold medal in the solo event at the Synchronized Swimming Masters National Championships, held in Fort Lauderdale.
Michael, a 6-foot, 220-pound senior linebacker at Pinkston High, had 34 tackles and three fumble recoveries in a 7-6 loss to University High of Waco. He also scored Pinkston's only touchdown in the game when he returned a blocked punt 46 yards.
Jenny, a senior tri-captain on the Turpin High girls' soccer team, had one assist in a 2-1 state title-game victory over Centerville. Jenny, who moved to Ohio from Piano, Texas, helped lead Piano High to last season's Texas state title.
Adam, a senior running back at Byron High, established state records for single-game rushing yardage and rushing TDs when he ran for 495 yards and 8 touchdowns on 26 carries in a 53-0 win over Pecatonica. His longest TD run was a 58-yarder.
Dustin, 14, won the U.S. amateur stock odyssey class all-terrain vehicle title event at the American Association Grand Nationals in San Antonio. Dustin, who has been racing for just one year, beat 22 drivers in the competition.