Scott, a 5'8" senior wrestler at Lisbon High, completed his four years of varsity competition with a 115-1-1 record and I state championships at 98, 105, 119 and 126 pounds. This season he led the Lions to a class 1A I state title.
Lynumn, 23, a phys ed instructor for the Chicago Park District and a bantamweight Golden Gloves boxer, decisioned Paul DeVorce to win his third Chicago-New York championship. Last month he won his seventh consecutive Chicago title.
Peters, 42, the hockey coach at Bemidji State, has guided the Beavers to a five-year record of 125-28-4 and berths in five NAIA tournaments. They won national titles in 1979 and '80. His collegiate record is 333-116-10.
Dicky, a 5'11" senior point guard, led the Holmes High basketball team to a 33-3 record and the semifinals of the state tournament with 25.5 points, 8.3 assists and 5.6 rebounds a game. He will attend the University of Kentucky in the fall.
Heidi, a 42-year-old sales representative who took up long-distance running four years ago, placed first in the women's 40-49 age group in the Bidwell Classic Marathon in Chico, Calif. with a time of 3:23:57. Her daughter Heike, a junior at Encina High and a member of the Buffalo Chips running club, won the women's open division with a clocking of 2:46:57, 11 seconds off the national record for a 17-year-old. In two recent high school meets she ran a 9:48.8 3,000 meters and a 4:49.8 mile.