Christopher, 6, a pitcher and second baseman for the Phillies in the Casselberry Little League T-ball division, executed unassisted triple plays in two consecutive innings in a victory over the Braves. It was his first season of organized play.
Jill, a recent graduate of Our Lady of the Lakes High, broke the national high school career record for victories by a softball pitcher, getting her 104th win with a 5-0 perfect game against St. Clement of Center Line, Mich.
Chris, a recent graduate of Mead High, won the 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs at the Class 3A state track and field championships. In the Shelton (Wash.) Invitational he ran the fastest 1,600 (4:04.6) by a high school student this year.
Shannon, a recent graduate of Coronado High, set two national high school girls' soccer scoring records, with 186 career goals and 110 goals this year. She surpassed the previous single-season scoring mark by a remarkable 45 goals.
Williamson, 69, a retired high school history and civics teacher, and Lucchesi, 68, a former junior college vice-president, met on the tennis court for exactly the 1,300th time as Williamson defeated Lucchesi 1-6, 6-4, 6-3 to win the 65-and-older division of the Eureka Indoor Senior Tennis Championships. Williamson and Lucchesi, who are ranked second and third, respectively, among northern California senior players, began their rivalry in 1966.
JOSEPH E. KENNEDY
J. BART RAYNIAK