Rachel, a senior at Minersville High, threw her 14th career no-hitter, a 19-0 perfect game over Williams Valley High, to break the state prep girls' softball record. She added two more no-hitters for a 17-1 season mark and a 69-8 career record.
Jimmy, 8, became the youngest player to defeat a master in a U.S. Chess Federation-rated game when he beat Larry La-vigne in a tournament in Billerica, Mass. Jimmy broke the age mark set by Evan Turtel, 9, of Melville, N.Y., in 1982.
Rex, 60, a grandmother with an 11 handicap, made a hole in one on the 159-yard 3rd hole at Harbor Ridge Country Club in Stuart, Fla., one week after acing the 159-yard 8th hole at Quail Ridge Country Club in Boynton Beach, Fla.
Robinson, a junior first baseman for Seton Hall, went 115 for 213 in the regular season to lead all NCAA Division I hitters, with a .540 average. In 40 games he drove in 86 runs, hit 16 home runs and stole 55 bases in 60 attempts.
Sherri, a seventh-grader, and her sister Terri, a ninth-grader, won four state titles to lead St. Stephen's Episcopal School to the Class AA girls' high school tennis championship, in Gainesville. Sherri, 14-0 in singles this season, defeated eighth-grader Lori Freedman of Jacksonville Bolles School 2-6, 7-6, 6-4, while Terri, 13-1, beat senior Michele Tondreault of St. Petersburg Catholic High 6-3, 6-1. The daughters of sportscaster Dick Vitale also won their respective doubles crowns.