BETTY LACEY
POPLAR RIDGE, N.Y.
The girls' field hockey coach at Auburn (N.Y.) High, Lacey led the Maroons to an unprecedented fourth straight Section III title. Her teams have won 51 straight, and have a 191-6 record since she started coaching at Auburn in 1956.

HARUHIKO HANAWA
TOKYO, JAPAN
A senior at Chuo University, Hanawa captained the Japanese Collegiate All-Star volleyball team that beat defending NCAA champion UCLA 2-1. The 6'3½" Hanawa led the All-Stars with 65 kills in the three-match

DAVE STEFFEN
FLAT ROCK, MICH.
Dave, 17, a heavyweight wrestler at Flat Rock High, set a state high school record by pinning an opponent in just five seconds. Steffen, who is the Class C state champion, has compiled a 64-2 record (52 by pin) the past two years.

MARK DIESEN
POTOMAC, MD.
Diesen, 19, became an International Master when he won the world junior chess championship in Groningen, The Netherlands, from a field of 53 other national representatives. He was the first American to take the tournament in 20 years.

CHRISTIN COOPER
SUN VALLEY, IDAHO
With a first in the slalom and a fifth in the giant slalom, Christin, 17, won the overall title in the National Senior Alpine championship in Sun Valley. A World Cup B team member, she also finished 13th in the slalom at Furano, Japan.

DAVE BUTLER
WILLINGBORO, N.J.
A 6'2" guard at Burlington (N.J.) County Community College, Butler is the leading junior college scorer in the nation with an average of 33.6 points. In his high game, he scored 50 points against Gloucester (N.J.) County Community College.

SIX PHOTOS
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)