Katherine, 14, defeated five players without losing a game to win the U.S. National Junior softball squash championship in the under-15 age group. Katherine also won the national hardball squash title and had a 20-0 record this season.
Volpenhein, 30, owner of a computer products company, beat David Mosley of West Chester, Ohio, 4 and 3, to become the first player to win three straight Greater Cincinnati Golf Association Metropolitan men's amateur championships.
Woods, a recent graduate of Corvallis High, won the girls' 100- and 200-meter dashes for the fourth consecutive time at the state high school track and field championships. She became the first four-time winner of the same title in state history.
Robinson, who graduated recently from Hamilton High, became the first player to win four straight state girls' singles tennis titles, with a 6-1, 6-1 defeat of Kari Finneman of Miles City High. She had a 62-0 record and lost just one set in her varsity career.
Cook, 18, a recent graduate of Kennebunk High, established two state girls' records at the Class B track and field championships by putting the shot 43'3¾" and throwing the discus 129'½". She also led the Rams to the girls' team crown.
Ogilvie, a recent graduate of St. Thomas More Collegiate, broke the Canadian scholastic record for the 100-meter dash with a time of 10.46 seconds at the provincial high school track and field championships. Ben Johnson set the mark of 10.55 in 1981.