STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLO.
Tom, a junior tailback, ran for 412 yards on 28 carries and scored six TDs to lead Steamboat Springs High to a 52-15 win over Sheridan in the state Class-AA playoffs. He finished the season with 2,184 yards rushing and 30 touchdowns.
W‚Äö√†√∂‚àö‚à´RZBURG, WEST GERMANY
Sabrina, a 95-pound junior at Würzburg American High, won the U.S. Department of Defense European schools girls' cross-country championship for the third year in a row. She ran a 10:52 for 2.1 miles, 1:08 faster than the runner-up.
DR. BURTON MORROW
Morrow, a 57-year-old dentist, defeated Carl Loveday 21-0, 21-13 in Tempe, Ariz. to retain his golden masters title at the National Racquetball Championships. He also won the doubles, teaming with Les Skelton, 57, of Oahu, Hawaii.
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CALIF.
Jewell, a junior at Boston University, was named the nation's No. 1 female sailor after winning five of eight regattas. She won the women's New England singlehanded title and was fourth in the Women's World Single-handed championships.
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, CANADA
Fraser, 43, a charter-boat captain, landed an all-tackle world-record 1,496-pound bluefin tuna off Nova Scotia. He used a whole mackerel as bait and 130-pound test line to haul in his catch, which surpassed the previous mark by 261 pounds.
Sarandaliev, 18, broke the world junior clean-and-jerk record in the 114-pound class at a weight-lifting meet in Bethesda, Md. His lift of 292 pounds surpassed the old mark by 5½ pounds and was only 22 pounds shy of the senior world record.