DONALD HURTER
HONOLULU

LORI CASTILLO
HONOLULU

Donald and Lori, both 17 years old, won the boys' and girls' divisions at the U.S. Golf Association's junior championships in Wilmington, Del. Donald survived six matches and a field of 150 players to defeat Keith Banes of La Mirada, Calif. on the third extra hole for the boys' championship. Lori, who is the daughter of a golf professional, won five matches and beat Jenny Lidback of Baton Rouge 4 and 2 in the final for the girls' title.

AL WAQUIE
JEMEZ PUEBLO, N. MEX.
Waquie, a 27-year-old forest ranger, broke his own record for the 7.6-mile La Luz Trail run up the west side of the 10,678-foot Sandia Crest outside of Albuquerque. His time of 57:40 was 2:20 faster than the mark he established last year.

KIM PALMER
WALNUT, CALIF.
Kim, a senior at Walnut High School, established Junior Olympic records in the 400-meter freestyle (4:21.54) and the 200-meter freestyle (2:05.74) at the National AAU Junior Olympic swimming championships in Santa Clara, Calif.

BRETT BARRON
SAN BRUNO, CALIF.
Barron, 18, competing in the 172-pound class, upset Teimoc Jonston-Ono, a 1976 U.S. Olympic judo team member, to win his division at the National Sports Festival in Colorado Springs. The win qualified Barron for the Pan-American Games.

LISA ZEIS
CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y.
Lisa, 13, won five gold medals in gymnastics at the Empire State Games in Syracuse, N.Y. She finished first in vaulting, balance beam, floor exercises and all-around, and won an additional gold medal in the team competition.

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)