Jeanette, 16, a junior at Dunbar High, finished first in the 13-19 age group in a 10-kilometer road race in Baltimore with a time of 38:38. She holds the D.C. public high girls' indoor and outdoor records in the half mile, mile and two mile.
Keith, 13, whose 19-year-old brother Wayne plays for the Edmonton Oilers, scored 91 goals and 63 assists in 64 games this season for the Turkstra Lumber Kings. Last season he scored 115 goals, compared to Wayne's 105 at the same age.
Strobach, 39, the girls' basketball coach at Visitation Academy, guided the Vivettes to Missouri AA championships in 1978 and '79 and the State AAA title this season. In four years at Visitation, he has had a 109-10 record.
Glasser, a senior at Kenyon College, led the Lords to the NCAA Division III swimming title by winning the 100- and 200-yard butterfly (50.89 and 1:52.99) and the 500 freestyle (4:38.92). He also anchored the victorious 800 freestyle relay.
AZTEC, N. MEX.
Tracy, a fourth-grader at Park Avenue Elementary, broke her own state 9-and-under age group records in winning three events at the AAU Region X track meet. She long-jumped 12'8", high-jumped four feet and ran 60 meters in 9.05.
GREAT NECK, N.Y.
Dave, a 6'8" senior center at New York City's Yeshiva University, won his second consecutive NCAA Division III rebounding title with a 17.6 average. A division All-America, he was the Jewish Player of the Year in 1978-79 and 1979-80.