Robin, a freshman at Columbus North High, accumulated 37.55 points in the all-around competition in the state high school gymnastics championships in Indianapolis to set a new state record. She won three of the four individual events.
Pat, an Aurora Central High senior, set a national indoor high school pole vault record at a TAC meet in Flagstaff, Ariz. when he cleared 17'6½", bettering by half an inch the previous record set last year by Brandon Richards.
Michelle, a Gateway High senior, led her team to a second straight state high school swimming title by winning the 50-and 100-yard freestyle for the fourth year. Michelle is the first Pennsylvania swimmer to win eight individual gold medals.
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Ladd, 38, coached the girls' team of The American School in London to the championship of the 12-team International Schools Basketball Tournament for the third consecutive year, in Brussels. The Eagles went 28-0 this season.
Hilary, 16, clinched the U.S. junior downhill title with a win in Copper Mountain, Colo., then defeated Astrid Geisler of Austria in Bad Kleinkirchheim, Austria to become the first American skier to win a world junior Alpine gold medal.
Bob, a junior at the Greater Lowell Regional Vocational School, won his third consecutive Massachusetts Division I state title. Competing at 112 pounds, he was named the outstanding wrestler in the state tournament.
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