Eddie, a senior guard at First Assembly Christian School, scored 70 points in a 108-37 defeat of the Morgan School, of Lenoir, to break the state boys' single-game scoring record of 67, set in 1950 by Bob Poole of Clayton High. Eddie led the Eagles to the co-championship of their conference.
Kim, a senior at Minot High, won the vault, bars, floor exercise and all-around titles at the state Class A girls' gymnastics meet. She broke by three the career titles mark of 13 set by Dickinson High's Robin Huebner from 1974 to '76 and led the Magicians to their fourth consecutive team crown.
Panagiotis, 44, became the first U.S. Surfing Federation competitor to earn four individual titles at one event when he won the Northeast Surfing Championships' shortboard, longboard, bodyboard and kneeboard crowns. He repeated the feat at the New England Midwinter Championships.
McIlravy, a 150-pound sophomore pre-physical-therapy major at Iowa, beat Michigan's Brian Harper 8-3 to win his second NCAA wrestling title in two years. As a freshman, McIlravy, who had a 200-25 record and was a five-time state titlist at Philip High, won the 142-pound crown.
Ibarra, a sophomore business-administration major, finished first in the 2,000 meters (10:53.62) and the 3,000 (17:24.03), and third in the mile (5:02.28) to lead Wayland Baptist to the NAIA women's indoor track championship. Ibarra was third at the 1993 NAIA cross-country meet.
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Sinibaldi, 80, a retired sheet-metal worker, cycled 5K in 9:00 and 10K in 18:51 to win both races in the 80-84 age group at the Florida Senior Games. He was a member of the U.S. Olympic cycling team in 1932 and despite spinal-fusion surgery in 1933 made the team in 1936 as well.