Marlene, a 5'10" senior basketball forward at Eastern High, shattered the Ohio high school career record—for boys or girls—by scoring 3,514 points. No other player has ever reached the 3,000-point plateau. While averaging 36.6 points a game during her career, she led the Lady Eagles to an 83-13 record and four southern Ohio Division I titles.
T.C., a freshman pitcher on the Glenbrook School baseball team, allowed just one hit, a bloop single over the shortstop's head, in 27 innings this season. He pitched no-hitters, both against Riverdale High, in his first two appearances for the Apaches and finished the year 3-0, with 34 strikeouts and a 0.00 ERA.
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Henderson, 23, a fitness instructor, defeated 10 other regional finalists to win the national aerobics championship in his first year of competition. His combined score of 226.5 points (out of a possible 300) in skill and presentation was a half point better than that of runner-up Tony Young of Honolulu.
Driscoll, 26, set her fourth women's wheelchair division marathon world record (1:34:50) in as many years when she won the Boston Marathon for the fourth straight time. Driscoll, who was born with spina bifida, also holds the 10K world record (23:46), which she set at the 1991 Atlanta Peachtree 10K.
Lehner, a senior tight-head prop for the Gal rugby team, led the Golden Bears to the collegiate rugby crown for the third straight year. Lehner, a two-time All-America, spearheaded the scrum during Cal's 36-6 title-game defeat of Air Force. Since his sophomore year the Bears have won 65 matches in a row against U.S. schools.
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Stepp, a senior on Georgia's women's gymnastics team, scored a perfect 10 in the floor exercise and in the vault during the team competition to lead the Gymdogs to the NCAA women's gymnastics title. In the individual competition her 9.9375 on the vault enabled her to repeat as national champion in that event.