Alan, a senior at Paideia High, broke the state Class A soccer scoring record with 34 goals in 13 games. A forward and team co-captain, he led Paideia to its first Georgia soccer crown, defeating 1978-81 state champ Pace Academy 2-1.
GARDEN GROVE, CALIF.
Michelle, 13, teamed with Phil Cahoy for third place in the mixed-pairs at the Swiss Cup gymnastic meet. The U.S. junior elite balance beam champ, she's the only American to do a roundoff back flip with a full twist on the beam.
MILLER PLACE, N.Y.
Maloney, 35, a left wing in deck hockey, which is played on a plastic surface with a no-bounce ball and the competitors wearing sneakers, had 111 goals and 110 assists in leading the Over The Hill Gang to a 52-0 record since 1981.
Terry, a 5'6", 165-pound Perry High senior, set a state single-game mark by rushing for 436 yards on 36 carries in the Bluejays' 45-13 defeat of Clarke High of Osceola. He had 2,003 yards this year on 294 carries, including 54 rushes in one game.
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.
Creps and Johnson, freshman golfers at North Carolina State and James Madison universities, respectively, became the first women on record to fire consecutive holes in one in formal competition when, as part of a threesome, they aced the 140-yard, par-3 8th hole at MacGregor Downs in Cary, N.C. during the Lady Wolfpack Invitational. Johnson, who shot a one-over-par 74, used a six-iron for her second ace in the past two years. Creps holed her first ace with a seven-iron. She shot 77.