Fiss, 30, a postal worker, had an 86-18 record this season for Al's Cold Cuts of the slo-pitch Norristown Civic League. He is 516-104 for the last seven seasons, during which he has pitched his team to more than 40 tournament titles.
KeeKee, 13, won the girls' 12-13 age-group long-jump title at the U.S. Track and Field Association National Championships in Dayton with a leap of 18'2". She has also won local age-group titles in cross-country and the 440.
Tracy, 17, shot a five-over-par 293 to win the PGA National Junior Boys' golf title in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. Last year's runner-up, he finished three strokes ahead of John Inman of Greensboro, N.C., the brother of tour pro Joe Inman.
Casey, 10, has set two national and 10 state girls' 10-and-under swimming records this year. Her national marks are in the 50-yard (30.75) and 50-meter (34.45) backstrokes, while her state records have come in four different events.
Eller, 45, an inspector in the Alameda County DA's office, won eight medals at the International Police Olympics in Old Westbury, N.Y., including golds in the pole vault (11'6"), 400-meter run (56.9) and 400-meter hurdles (65.7).
Kurt, a senior at Denver Lutheran High, kicked a 61-yard field goal to give his team a 13-12 victory over Machebeuf High. His kick broke the state high school record by two yards but fell one yard short of the national record of 62 yards.