NEW YORK CITY
Kareem, who runs for the Atoms Track Club, broke the U.S. 55-meter record for 8-year-olds with a time of 8.0 seconds at the Colgate Women's Games in Brooklyn. A week later she set an Elementary A record of 29.6 seconds in the 200 meters.
JO ANN OSTERKAMP
Osterkamp, a 5'10" junior guard at Xavier University, broke the Lady Musketeers' career record of 1,230 points when she scored 31 in a 78-65 defeat of Wayne State. After 17 games this season she had a scoring average of 20.7.
Scotty, a senior tailback and linebacker at Vian High, led the Wolverines to a 45-9 mark over the last four seasons by rushing for 6,034 yards and averaging 8.76 yards per carry. He scored 95 TDs and had 100 or more yards in 34 games.
Dayes, a freshman and an NCAA Division II All-America sweeper at Dayton's Wright State, led the 13-4-4 Raider soccer team's defense, which had an 0.81 goals-against average. He even scored three goals, two of them game-winners.
Skagerberg, 44, an Off-Track Betting shop manager, covered 176 miles. 346 yards at the CIC Indoor 48-Hour Footrace in Haverford, Pa., breaking the U.S. Masters record by 5.7 miles. Ten times he has run more than 100 miles in 24 hours.
Anna, a sophomore at Como Park High, defeated Jennifer Roberts of Cincinnati 21-19, 11-21, 11-8 (tiebreaker) to win the 15-and-under girls' title at the U.S. Handball Association National Juniors just one year after she took up the sport.