A 6'7" senior center at Middletown High, Cornelius, 18, led the Tigers to their third straight Northwest Conference title, and a three-year 72-0 record. This season Cornelius averaged 24 points and 18 rebounds a game.
Jan, 16, won the 200-yard individual medley (2:06.7) for the third consecutive year at the Pennsylvania state high school championships. She also holds the national girls' high school record for the 100-yard breaststroke (1:05.69).
Tyrant, 17, is the first wrestler in state history to win two consecutive Class A state championships while remaining undefeated. A heavyweight, his career record at Monroe High is 108-4-1 and he is 82-0 the past two seasons.
STANLEY J. ELOWITCH
Elowitch, 35, won the Portland city chess championship for the 16th time in 22 years with a perfect score for the five rounds. The vice-president of manufacturing for Maine Rubber International, he first won the tournament at age 14.
Setting meet records in the 440 (1:01.3), the 660 (1:38.5) and the 1,320 (3:57.6), Sue, 16, led Mc-Arthur High to the Piper Invitational track meet title. She has also won the Class AAAA state cross-country title twice in the last three years.
Rick, a junior defense-man, scored 12 goals and two assists to pace Radnor High's ice-hockey team to an 18-0 defeat of Upper Merion. In the first game, Rick scored seven goals and had seven assists. He has 72 points in 17 games.