Lisa, a senior at St. Paul's Episcopal School, won the 440- and 880-yard dashes, the mile and the long jump at the state AAAA girls' indoor track and field championships. She has won 10 individual state indoor titles over the last three years.
Dave, a senior goalie at Wakefield High, had 16 shutouts and allowed only six goals in leading the Warriors to a 21-1-2 season and their first Division 1 state soccer championship. They upset Ludlow High 1-0 in the state final.
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Tori, a freshman at St. Andrew's High, set two state girls' records by swimming the 100-yard fly in 55.11, to beat Nancy Hogshead's high school time by .09; and the 100 breaststroke in 1:02.35, to pare .92 from an '81 mark.
Lindsay, 47, an athletic club owner and McKie, 45, an athletic director, beat Graig Shaak of Gainesville, Fla., and Roger Wehrle of Marietta, Ga., 4-15, 15-14, 11-5 in a tiebreaker, to win the over-45 division of the American Amateur Racquetball Association national doubles tournament. They then immediately played in the over-40 final, in which they were defeated by Van Dubolsky of Gainesville and Leo Marsocci of Tampa, who won 15-9, 15-3.
Clark, a senior guard at Marietta College, is the first woman in the Ohio Athletic Conference and first basketball player of either sex at Marietta to score 2,000 career points. She also set a conference women's career assist mark (495).
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