HEIDI LIPPMEIER
GREENHILLS, OHIO
Heidi, 16, who is 5 feet and 100 pounds, won the U.S. Women's Practical Pistol Championship in Hampton, Va. Firing a .45-caliber automatic in five events, two standing and three moving, she defeated seven other shooters, all older than she.

FRED SIMS
TUCSON
Sims set state class AAA one-season records with 2,010 yards rushing, 33 touchdowns and 206 points for 12-1 Sunny-side High. The 5'10", 205-pound senior had his best game against Santa Rita High, with 260 yards and five TDs.

RALPH STRONG
BRISTOL, CONN.
Strong, 86, a retired school principal who is coached by his wife, Bev, won the North American 85-and-over tennis championship in Charlottesville, Va. He defeated Travis Smith of Wharton, Texas 6-1, 0-6, 6-3 in the finals.

TROY SNYDER
FLEETWOOD, PA.

JERRY MOYER
FLEETWOOD, PA.
Troy, a freshman striker, and Jerry, a senior link-forward, led the Fleetwood Area High soccer team to a 32-0-0 record and its second state title in three years. Troy was Fleetwood's top scorer with 40 goals, probably a national freshman record, while Jerry, with 37 goals, set what is believed to be a U.S. high school mark for assists in a season with 43, 12 of them on goals by Troy. Jerry's 103 career assists broke the school record of 66 set by his brother Doug between 1975 and 1978.

STEPHANIE ALPENIA
LA PALMA, CALIF.
Alpenia, a 5'3" sophomore setter, helped the Azusa Pacific College volleyball team win 28 of 34 regular-season matches and the NAIA title. She was named MVP of the national tournament, in which Azusa beat East Texas State in the finals.

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)