Cammy, 16, won the U.S. women's luge title and came in 13th at the world championships in Oberhof, East Germany, the best finish of any American luger. Last summer she also won two kayaking events at the Empire State Games.
Smiddy, 60, the girls' basketball coach at Bradley Central High, won his 1,000th game as a coach, a 56-29 win over Tyner High. In 36 years, his teams have won two unofficial U.S. titles and five state crowns, and had a 90-game winning streak.
Brad, a MacArthur High freshman, won all three events—freestyle, Greco-Roman and Sombo—in the 160-pound class of the 13-14 age division at the AAU National Wrestling Championship. He's the second wrestler to win such a triple.
Robin, a 5'8½" senior on the Jamaica Plain High basketball team, set a state career scoring record (2,322 points) while averaging 41.6 points and 18 rebounds a game. In a 78-47 victory over Dorchester High she had 65 points.
Chris, a senior on the Rutland High ski team, won the giant slalom and the slalom at the state high school boys' Alpine ski championship at Pico Mountain. The defending Eastern high school overall champion, he is 14-0 in races this season.
BETHANY BEACH, DEL.
Kimberly, 11, won the state girls' 14-and-under singles tennis championship at age 10 by defeating Elizabeth Burkin 6-0, 6-0 in the final, thus becoming one of the youngest players ever to qualify for the Seventeen magazine tournament in May.
WILLIAM T. RYERSON
CLAIRE SHERRED/U.S. LUGE ASSOC.
RON T. ENNIS