Draddy, a senior at Iona Prep, was named the Penn Relays' top high-schooler for winning the prep mile run and anchoring two victorious relay teams. He has had the second-fastest schoolboy times in the mile and two-mile this year.
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Shelley, a 22-year-old member of the Santa Clara Aquamaids, was given the highest score in compulsory figures (53.240) in the 33-year history of AAU synchronized swimming, at the indoor nationals in Columbus, Ohio.
Barry, 32, scored five goals to lead USA-Texas to an 8-7 sudden-death victory over Coronel Suarez of Argentina in the World Championship of Polo in West Palm Beach, Fla. The win was the first in 43 years by an American team over Argentina.
Roger, a Milan High senior, pitched three no-hitters in a row and then a two-hitter in his first four starts. In 29 innings, he has an ERA of 0.32 and has struck out 58 batters. Last season the righthander was only 1-4 for the Big Reds.
Leanne, 11, set a National Youth Bowling Association age-group record with games of 232, 215, 190 and 257 for an 894 series, surpassing the previous mark by six pins. She bowls regularly in three leagues, and carries averages of 167, 177 and 180.
Newbury, 60, is the oldest active lacrosse goalie—and possibly the oldest lacrosse player—in the country. A defenseman for Penn State 40 years ago, Newbury was in the nets in five games during the Dallas Lacrosse Club's 9-4 season.