Track and Field
Richardson, who recently turned pro, set the Division I and world junior under-20 100-meter record at the NCAA championships as an LSU freshman, crossing the line in 10.75 seconds. She also finished second in the 200 (22.17) and 4 ... 100 relay (42.29).
Namnun, 41, a physical education teacher and head coach at Frankford High in Philadelphia, led the Pioneers to a 6--1 win over Onley in the Public League final, becoming the first coach in league history to earn two three-peats. It was his league-record seventh title in 12 years.
Borkert, a recent graduate of Penn, earned three gold medals in the 93-kg junior division at the World Classic championships in Sweden, taking first in squat (2971/2 kg), bench press (195) and total (785). He also threw the javelin for two seasons for the Quakers.
Track and Field
Kornack, a recent grad of Wisconsin--Eau Claire, won the Division III shot put title (63'4¾") and finished third in the discus (166'6"), helping the Blugolds win their first outdoor championship. His shot put of 65'¾" at the indoor title last March was the farthest indoor D-III toss in 36 years.
Michael, a recently graduated righthander from Andrean High, set a Class 3A record by striking out 15 batters in a complete-game, 2--1 victory over Edgewood in the state final, helping the 59ers repeat. The Vanderbilt signee finished his senior season 14--0 with an 0.45 ERA and 131 K's in 77 innings.
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