Joe Mills, a Dallas horse trainer who took up archery three years ago and is now ranked third nationally, won the Southern Tri-State Field Archery title in Jackson, Miss., with a score of 1,060, an average of 265 out of a possible 280 in each of 14 events.
Kevin Sonn, 9, a center fielder in the Fredonia (Kans.) Midget League, caught a fly, ran to second to put out a runner who had failed to tag up, then tagged the runner coming from first for an unassisted triple play. "I ran and ran until I had them all out," he said.
Ray Moore, 74, of Waterville, Me., won the Maine Seniors golf title in Augusta with a 74 on a Friday, a state amateur handicap tournament in Boothbay Harbor with a 71 on Saturday, then placed third in a country club tournament in Walpole on Sunday.
Janice Lee Romary, of Woodland Hills, Calif., fourth-place finisher at the 1952 and 1956 Olympics, won her eighth national women's fencing title in matches at UCLA. Her chief competition was Mrs. Pilar Roldan of Mexico, whom she beat twice in a final fence-off.
Adolph Nelson, 77, a consulting engineer from Detroit who has been trapshooting since 1931, fired at 300 targets in Vincennes, Ind., to bring his lifetime total of registered targets to 300,100, a new world record. He has broken 93.61% (or 280,924) of the targets.
Max Culpepper, a high school band director from Stratford, N.J., won his second straight Governor's Cup of the Carolina Sailing Club in a Jet 14 Ginger Snap with wife Ginger as crew. Culpepper is three-time national champion in the Jet 14 Class.