NANCY GAWOR
BALTIMORE
A first-grade teacher at St. Elizabeth's, Gawor, 24, rolled a women's duckpin world record of 558 for three games (221, 205 and 132), 23 pins more than the old mark. She is the first woman to roll back-to-back games of 200 or more.

REGGIE JACKSON
PHILADELPHIA
A 6'4½" senior guard on Roman Catholic High's basketball team, Reggie leads the Cahillites in scoring (661 points), rebounds (273) and steals (54). He has a school record 1,765 points and led the 30-2 team to the Philadelphia Catholic title.

JON FONTAS
LEXINGTON, MASS.
A forward for the University of New Hampshire hockey team, Jon, 22, scored 12 goals during a four-day, three-game span. He had 31 for the season to share the ECAC Division I lead. In four years he scored 72 goals and had 102 assists.

JIM MIKUS
READING, PA.
Jim, 16, set a state gymnastic record in the all-around with a score of 53.65 at the Pennsylvania high school championships. He also won the floor exercise (9.20), horizontal bar (9.50), pommel horse (8.90) and parallel bars (9.05).

DAN SAMANIEGO
CARLSBAD, N. MEX.
Dan, a senior at Carlsbad High, is the state's first Class AAAA wrestler to finish a three-year career undefeated (90-0). He is the 1978 state champion at 112 pounds and holds school career records for takedowns (172) and reversals (58).

PATTY KING
NASHVILLE
Swimming in the 11-12 age group, Patty won the Southeastern title in the 50-, 100- and 200-meter freestyle and 50 and 100 butterfly. She also was a member of the Nashville Aquatic Club 200 freestyle relay team that set a national record of 1:42.6.

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