Gregory, 13, who is 4'7" and weighs 73 pounds, coasted down the 953-foot Derby Downs track in Akron in 27.61 seconds (average speed: 23.5 mph) to win the senior division of the All-American Soap Box Derby over 85 other entrants.
Tonya, 17, tied the girls' AAU Junior Olympic Games high jump record of 5'10" in a meet in Lincoln, Neb. A senior at Chico High School, Tonya also has been the AAU Region XIII champion for two years in the high jump.
Chaffee, 77, won the USTA hard court 75-and-over championship in Montecito, Calif. Ranked No. 2 nationally in his age group, Chaffee, a retired tennis and squash coach at Williams College, was also a runner-up in doubles.
Stidworthy, 21, a student at Yavapai Junior College and an Sp4 in the Arizona National Guard, won her second straight National Small-Bore Rifle prone championship, with a score of 6,392. She also won the service and women's titles.
Tice, 30, won the Scottish Highland Games championship in San Diego, triumphing in the hammer throw, the 28-pound-weight throw, the 56-pound-weight throw for distance, the 56-pound-weight throw for height, and the caber.
Doug, now 12, set an American record in the 10-to-11 age group in the 800-meter run (2:12.6) and won the 400 (57.9) and the 1,500 (4:46.6) at the National Boys Age-Group Track Championships at Slippery Rock (Pa.) State College.