POINTE CLAIRE, QUEBEC
Arsenault, 44, of Concordia University, became the fourth North American college hockey coach to win 500 games. He has guided the Stingers to 17 titles and has a 20-year record of 510-205-51 in the Quebec University league.
Nicole, a freshman at Hun School in Princeton, won the state indoor prep school girls' tennis title and had a 19-0 season, losing only 10 games. She also won the 14-and-under division of a major international juniors tournament.
Keith, a 295-pound senior wrestler for SUNY-Delhi, set NJCAA marks for pins in one season (38) and career (65). He had a 75-11-1 record in two years with the Broncos, who ranked third among junior colleges in 1983-84.
Lisa, an 18-year-old senior at Wood River High who holds the national high school girls' outdoor high jump record (6'2¾"), raised by 1½ inches the indoor mark. Her leap of 6'3" broke a record set in 1975 by Paula Girven.
Larry and his twin sister, Lisa, seniors on the Leavenworth High boys' and girls' basketball teams, respectively, each led metropolitan Kansas City high-schoolers in scoring. Larry, a 6'3" guard, averaged 25.5 points and 7 rebounds a game and shot 49% from the field for the 10-12 Pioneers. Lisa, a 5'9" forward, scored 23 points a game on 55% shooting for her 19-5 squad. Both of them also have qualified for membership in the National Honor Society.