Brundage, 22, won the women's 410 bore and overall titles for the second straight year at the world skeet-shooting championships in Savannah. Her total score of 544 (out of 550) was one fewer than the women's world record.
Hechter set two American teen-age records in winning the super-heavyweight title at the teenage powerlifting nationals in Lisle, Ill. He set marks for the squat (654½ pounds), total pounds (1,727) and tied the bench press record (440).
Deron, 12, who just moved from Macon, Ga., led the Orioles to that city's Vine Ingle American Little League title with a 9-1 pitching record. He also threw a perfect game in an all-star tournament. He struck out 161 in 60 innings.
Doughty, 28, an accountant, won two gold medals at the U.S. Cycling Federation nationals. He won the solo 25-mile event in 52:25.9, 2:22.4 faster than the American record. He was also on a four-man team that won the 100-km. race.
Marianne, a seventh-grader at Garden School, beat Elizabeth Levinson 7-6, 6-4 to win the USTA National Girls' 12 tennis title in West Palm Beach, Fla. She also holds the '79 indoor and '80 hard court USTA 12 titles.
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Chris, a ninth-grader at Castillero Junior High, won seven events—the 50-, 100-, 200-and 400-meter freestyle, the 200 and 400 individual medley and the 200 butterfly—at the Far Western swimming championships in San Jose.