RIO RANCHO, N.MEX.
Jessica, 10, won the vault and the balance beam and placed second on the uneven bars and third in floor exercise to earn the all-around title, with a score of 33.65, at the U.S. Gymnastics Federation Class VII state championships, in Santa Fe.
Dunbar, 67, coached his 300th dual-meet swimming victory in 37 seasons at Amherst College as the Lord Jeffs defeated Trinity College 50-41. Dunbar, who also coaches the Amherst women's swimming team, now has a record of 301-201.
Wages, a senior guard at Woodson High, had 26 points in the Warriors' 67-47 win over Coolidge High for the Interhigh League girls' basketball title. She scored 24 in a 70-53 defeat of Arlington (Va.) Bishop O'Connell for the metro crown.
Shane, a senior at Lisbon High, and his brother Ike, a freshman, each won championships in the state Class 1A wrestling meet. Shane won a title for a fourth straight year by pinning Matt Lundquist of Corning High for the 125-pound crown. Ike defeated Ron McNichols of Lenox High 10-6 in the 103-pound final. Brother Zach, 16, a sophomore at Lisbon, was the runner-up in the 135-pound competition, as the Lions won their third straight team championship.
FORT PAYNE, ALA.
Harris, a senior at Fort Payne High, won the 880-yard and mile runs at the state Class 4A-5A girls' indoor track and field meet to lead the Wildcats to the team title. She also anchored the winning one- and two-mile relay teams.