Scott, a senior at Perkins High School, won the boys' title during the Sixth Annual Kinney Cross Country Championship in San Diego. His course-record 14:50.0 on the 5,000-meter Balboa Park course broke the old mark by four seconds.
Lans, an eighth-grader at Fay School, earned his second U.S. orienteering championship in the 13-to-14-year-old division at Hawn State Park in Missouri. He also ran to the North American 13-14 title at Harriman State Park, N.Y.
Anne, a senior at Nova High, swam a state girls' record 23.28 in the 50-yard freestyle to win the state high school title. She also won the 100 free crown in 50.62. She had set the state girls' record of 50.47 in that event as a junior.
FORT POLK, LA.
Fields, 26, an Army captain stationed at Fort Polk, broke the Guinness Book of World Records mark for sit-ups without legs bent with 30,052 in 25 hours and eight minutes. His total surpassed the old record, set in 1983, by 101 sit-ups.
Waibel, 51, the football coach at Baltimore Polytech, has amassed a 162-42-9 record in 22 years of coaching. His 1984 Engineers won the Maryland Scholastic Association title for Division A and went 10-0 to give him his fifth undefeated team.
FORT WHITE, FLA.
Stephen, 10, quarterback and linebacker for the Pop Warner Junior Pee-Wee Alachua Raiders, led them to 10 straight regular-season wins and the western division championship. The Raiders gave up only six points and scored 323 of their own.
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WILLIAM T. RYERSON
KEVIN L. WILLIAMS
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