Sharon, 18, set four state records as she led Amelia High to the Class A girls' state track title in Harrisonburg with first-place finishes in the triple jump (36'10½"), 100-meter hurdles (14.5), 100-meter dash (11.9) and 200-meter dash (25.0).
Scott, who will be a seventh-grader at Carmel Junior High, won eight of the 10 swimming events he qualified for at the White River Park State Games in Indianapolis. In the other two 11-12 age-group events he was second and third.
Shari, who will enter Colgate University, led Wayland High to consecutive Division I girls' state lacrosse titles and a two-year record of 31-1-1, with 217 goals and 47 assists. She also led the girls' soccer team in scoring last fall.
ISLE OF PALMS, S.C.
Jason, an eight-year-old outfielder and grandson of former Phillie Jocko Thompson, had 107 hits in 131 at bats (.817) in four seasons with the Mount Pleasant Recreation League. He hit safely in every game he played, 41 in a row.
WEST ALLIS, WIS.
Reinhard, a 61-year-old registered nurse, has won her age-group title in all seven marathons she has entered. Her most recent performances were in the Boston (3:53:19) and Chicago (4:06:58) marathons, where she won the 60-plus divisions.
Strausbaugh, a 34-year-old garment pattern maker, bowled a perfect 900 series at the Sunset Lanes in Columbia, Pa. Strausbaugh, who has been bowling since age six but not in league competition, had a previous high series of 868.
MARY ANN CARTER
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