Lem, 63, a 181-pound engineer, set a national masters record as the first man over 60 to squat more than 600 pounds. At the U.S. Powerlifting Federation National Masters Championships he accounted for 601.
Rosine, a senior at Crete-Monee High, won the state girls' bowling title by knocking down a 12-game total of 2,362 pins to beat Brenda Edwards of Rich Central High by 91 pins. Rosine's three-game-series high was 663.
Amanda, a sophomore at Dulaney High, won the girls' 4A state crosscountry championship by running the three-mile course at Hereford in 18:43. She finished 2:08 ahead of Jennifer Novak of Frederick High.
Kevin, a 6'5" junior forward for Brentwood High, scored 52 points in a 108-68 win over Crystal City High and then 56 in a 114-77 defeat of North County Tech. In 26 games this year he averaged 28.6 points and 11 rebounds.
Geno, a 135-pound junior wrestler at Rockmart High, won his second straight Class 2A state title when he beat Kembrick Walters of East Laurens High on a 2-0 decision. Geno has had a 65-5 record over the past three years.
Kristen, a junior striker for the York High girls' soccer team, was named All-State and All-America after making 26 goals and 13 assists for the 18-0 Wildcats. She has had 81 goals and 31 assists in her three varsity seasons.