Sisley, 52, a physical education professor, won five gold medals in the 50-to-54 age group at the TAC Masters Track and Field Championships: the high jump, long jump, triple jump, pentathlon and 80-meter hurdles.
Scott, 7, a pitcher and second baseman for the Orangewood-Royal Palm Little League Dodgers, executed three unassisted triple plays in one month—against the Cardinals, the Yankees and, finally, the Blue Jays.
EL CERRITO, CALIF.
Elzie, 18, is the U.S. Gymnastics Federation's state, regional and Western National champion (level nine) for the second year in a row. At the regionals this year in San Diego, Elzie was first in all four events.
NEW YORK CITY
Goldberg, a 32-year-old accountant, captained the U.S. team to the gold medal in squash at the Pan American Maccabi Games in Montevideo, Uruguay. In the championship round, the U.S. routed Brazil 3-0.
Ivlow, a recent graduate of Aurora University, finished her collegiate career as the 1991 national leader in four Division III softball categories: batting average (.564), RBIs (72), doubles (19) and slugging percentage (1.009).
Lance, 12, riding Tres Freckles, became the youngest competitor to win a National Cutting Horse Association title in the 5- and 6-year-old horse category. Lance cut two cows, isolating them from a herd, to win.