Comesha, a recent graduate of McComb High, won her fourth consecutive state 4A title in both the 100- and 200-meter dashes, clocking an 11.60 and a 24.65. Comesha, who ended her high school career undefeated in both events, is also a three-time state champion in the long jump, with a personal best of 18'0" at last year's state meet.
Lance, 8, struck out 130 batters in 46 innings and threw four no-hitters en route to a 9-0 record for his Farm League baseball team, Barnett Family Practice, which finished its season 16-0. In the title game he pitched a two-hit shutout, striking out 17 in six innings, and hit a home run. Lance also led Barnett in batting with a .597 average.
ROSWELL, N. MEX.
Robertson, 42, the girls' golf coach at Goddard High, guided the Rockets to their fourth straight state title and their first in Class AAAA. Her daughter, Jo Jo, a senior-to-be at Goddard, earned medalist honors at the state tournament. Her son, Greg, a recent graduate of the New Mexico Military Institute, repeated as AAA medalist.
Airron, 17, wrestling in the 275-pound class at only 215 pounds, defeated 270-pound two-time Iowa state champion Adam Greiner 5-3 at the national high school wrestling championships in Pittsburgh. Earlier, Airron, a 4.0 student at Start High, won the state 275-pound crown to cap a 36-0 senior season.
NEW YORK CITY
Gina, a tennis player and the valedictorian at New Dorp High, beat Sara Naison-Phillips of Midwood High 6-0, 6-2 to win her fourth straight New York City Public School Athletic League singles championship. Gina, who will attend Harvard this fall, ended her high school career with a 105-1 record in singles play.
POINT LOMA, CALIF.
Bill, 18, finished first in a 60-boat fleet of Laser dinghies to win the Single-Handed Nationals—his second U.S. youth sailing title in as many years. In 1992 he skippered the winning boat in the Double-Handed Nationals. This spring Bill led Point Loma High to the Mallory Trophy, the most prestigious award in high school sailing.
COURTESY OF THE PLAYER FAMILY