Christine, a junior at Sterling High, ran the best time in the country by a high school girl this year in the 100-meter hurdles (13.89). She also anchored the Raiders' 4 X 200 and 4 X 400 relay teams, both ranked No. 1 nationally.
David, 9, won five of six individual events and placed first in the all-around (with a score of 56.15) at the Missouri U.S. Gymnastics Federation Class IV (ages 7-9) state championships. He was undefeated in 10 all-around meets this year.
Hinman, 19, a college sophomore, lifted a total of 771 pounds to win the 122-pound division of the women's National Drug-Free Powerlifting Championships, in Orlando, Fla. She bench-pressed 132, deadlifted 358 and squatted 281.
Kennie, a senior righthander for Plato High, set a national high school record of 65 career pitching victories. Kennie finished out his career at 65-11 to surpass by three the record set by Steve Streater of Sylva, N.C., from 1974 to '77.
June 11, 1989
WEST MONROE, N.Y.
Lynn, a senior at P.V. Moore High, won the state rifle title and became the first shooter in the history of the state meet to finish first in all three events. She shot a perfect 100 in the prone position, a 92 standing and a 98 kneeling.
Boyko, 60, won both the U.S. and Canadian over-60 singles squash championships and (playing with two different partners) the U.S. and Canadian over-60 doubles titles. He is the first player since 1960 to win all four crowns in one year.