Colin, a senior at Williamsville South High, set eight course records in eight cross-country meets this season. Beating the Erie County Interscholastic Conference championship record by five seconds, he ran the three-mile course in 15:19.4.
Holmes, at 7, established single-game and series world duckpin bowling records in the Pee Wee division. A third grader at St. Mark's Catholic School, he rolled a 161 game, which combined with a 118 to top the previous mark by 27 pins.
A Vassar College freshman, Jahumpa scored 16 goals and had seven assists to give his school's 6-year-old soccer team a 7-0 record. He guided the Vassar team to its third consecutive Northeast Athletic Conference championship.
A senior quarterback and honor student at Ontario High, Norman, 16, completed 55% of his passes for 2,502 yards and 19 touchdowns and ran for four TDs to lead the Tigers to a 6-3 record. In one game he had 509 yards of total offense.
MacLaurin, 50, who has a two handicap, was the winner of her first three senior amateur golf tournaments: the USGA Seniors in Pebble Beach, Calif., the Hilton Head Island Invitational and the North and South Seniors at Pinehurst, N.C.
Zivic booted a state-record 55-yard field goal as his Palo Verde High Titans beat Sabino High 10-0. A soccer-style kicker, coached by Green Bay's Chester Marcol, Zivic has made 75% of his field-goal attempts from beyond 35 yards.