LeGrand, 16, a two-time U.S. junior weightlifting champ, won a gold medal at the Junior International Tournament for the second year in a row. Competing in the 130-pound class, he lifted a total of 451¾ pounds in the snatch and the clean and jerk. His total was only 49½ pounds short of qualifying him for the 1993 world championships.
Josh, a senior quarterback at Evangel Christian Academy, broke the national schoolboy record for career-passing yardage in a 47-7 win over St. Mary's High. In that game he threw for 380 yards to bring his career total to 9,383 yards. The old record of 9,332 yards was set by Chad Davis of Mira Mesa (Calif.) High between 1988 and '91.
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Miles won the national 13-and-under four-wall handball championship in Baltimore with a 21-3, 21-8 final-round defeat of Andy Nett of Winona, Minn. Miles won the same title last year as a 12-year-old, and in 1991 he won the 11-and-under crown. He defeated Andy in both of those finals as well.
Slattery, a 36-year-old sailmaker, was given the 1993 Mallory Cup for winning the U.S. men's sailing championship, in Marblehead, Mass. Sailing a Rhodes 19, Slattery and his crew of Brad White and Bob Slattery won six of nine races to finish with a score of 22.5, which was 17.5 points better than the second-place boat.
Cleveland, 53, an elementary school psychologist, won the women's 45-54 overall title at the national water-ski championships, her 10th straight crown. She beat second-place finisher Chris Quackenbush by 810.9 points and was first in every discipline: slalom, tricks and jumping. Cleveland won the first of her 53 national titles in 1971.
Castellini, a senior goalkeeper at Army, went nine games before giving up a goal, longer than any other female goalie in Division I soccer this season. As of Friday she had six solo shutouts and had contributed to six others in leading the Cadets to a 17-1-1 record. She had given up only six goals for a .40 goals-against average.
J. ROBERT GOODYEAR