Ryan, a seventh-grader at the Las Vegas Day School, established an 11-12 age group record of 2,988 in the pentathlon at the TAC championships. He also set a record of 3,419 points in the same event at the AAU Junior Olympics.
Goodwin, a 57-year-old housewife, successfully defended her Wyoming senior women's crown and also won the state amateur championship to become the first golfer in state history to hold both titles. She also won the amateur title in 1955.
Marcus, 14, surpassed 500 other participants to win the U.S. Judo Federation's Murakami Award as both the outstanding junior (8-16 years old) and youth (17-20) competitor at the national judo championships, in San Francisco.
Sheri, 14. won 9 of the 10 13-to-14 age group swimming events she entered, while finishing second in the other, at a Junior Olympic meet in Lancaster, Pa. She also broke the meet record with a 1.13.09 in the 100-meter backstroke.
Hope, a junior at Oklahoma State, pitched a perfect game, believed to be the first in the history of the Cape Cod League, for Hyannis during a 10-0 win over Wareham. Hope, who struck out 10 in the game, was 11-1 for the season.
Heen was state prep male athlete for 1987 as a Williston High senior. Unbeaten in his last 18 regular-season cross-country meets, he also took firsts in the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 meters and 3,200-meter relay at the state track finals.