Glasser, 43, the wrestling coach at the Lovett School, led the Lions to their 13th undefeated season and their third state championship in a row. His teams have a 211-9-3 dual-meet record during his 17 seasons.
Camille, an eighth-grader at St. Paul's, won varsity indoor girls' state titles in the 60-yard high hurdles and the 440 dash. As a seventh-grader she won outdoor girls' state crowns in the 100-meter high and 300 intermediate hurdles.
Randy, an All-America junior point guard at Isidore Newman High, averaged 26.3 points, 6.6 assists and 9.2 rebounds a game to lead the Greenies to a 32-2 record and a second consecutive state title.
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Cary, a senior outside hitter for Arroyo Grande High, was named the national high school female volleyball player of the year for the second season in a row. She led the Eagles to a second straight state crown.
Zimmerman, a senior at Carnegie Mellon, earned five All-America citations at the Division III swim championships, giving him 15 such awards in his career. He holds or shares eight school freestyle and relay records.
Rhonda, a sophomore forward on the Northfield (Mass.) Mount Hermon School girls' ice hockey team, scored 53 goals and had 27 assists in 17 games. She figured in 77% of the Big Red's scoring plays.