WALLED LAKE, MICH.
Brian, a senior at Western High, and Celeste, a junior at Kankakee Valley High,
won the boys' and girls' divisions, respectively, at the Kinney national high
school cross-country championship in San Diego. With a mile of the 3.1-mile
course remaining, Brian overtook Jason DiJoseph and went on to win by 6.8
seconds in a time of 15:03.3. On the same course, Celeste took the lead with
400 meters to go and finished 3.7 seconds ahead of Melody Fairchild, in
Ryan, 8, beat Eric Goldstein of Marietta, Ga., 6-1, 6-3 in the singles final of
the Coosa Country Club tennis tournament for his eighth USTA win in the
10-and-under division. He's ranked 39th in the state's 12-and-under
Hirschauer, a senior striker, became the leading women's soccer career goal
scorer for both Brown (62) and the Ivy League (29) in her four varsity seasons.
She was named the conference's woman player of the year last season.
Hood, a freshman at Northeastern Oklahoma A & M, completed nine of 14
passes for 134 yards and two TDs in a 36-7 defeat of Lees-McRae Junior College.
It was A & M's third straight win in the annual Mid- America Bowl
Krauser, 62, a warehouse owner, won the 60-64 age group 800-meter freestyle (in
13:17.79), 200 butterfly (3:40.18) and 400 individual medley (7:27.86) at the
World Masters Swimming tournament in Brisbane, Australia.