Stephanie, 8, batted .966 this season—she had 29 hits in 30 at bats—as a first baseman for the 12-0 Parker Mustangs, an eight-and-under slo-pitch softball team. She also averaged more than one home run a game. Her sister, Mackenzie, 10, a pitcher on the Mustangs' fast pitch team, threw 10 no-hitters in her 12 starts and averaged more than two strikeouts per inning. Both Robertses were named to the High Plains Youth League all-star team.
Bragonier had a 34-0 singles record in his senior season for Merced High and did not lose a set on his way to the San Joaquin section tennis title. He defeated Joshua Prager of Yuba City High 6-2, 6-1 for the crown.
Wendell Gaskin Jr.
KANSAS CITY, KANS.
Gaskin, a recent graduate of Washington High, won the 100 meters in 10.37 at the TAC/Junior Nationals. Wendell then took first in the 200, which he ran in 20.96. He is also national scholastic champ in the 200.
Biehl, a recent graduate of Keokuk High, won all 52 of her regular-season golf matches over four years and the state girls' AAA title this season. Her 36-hole score of 162 beat Jenny Worth of Valley High by four strokes.
Liguori, 64, finished second in a 50-lap USAC midget-car race at the Indianapolis Speedrome, losing to Kevin Potter of Indianapolis. Liguori is one of the few racers in the world to have competed in six decades.