Long, 23, broke two national amateur bowling records by rolling his ninth 300 game and seventh 800-or-better series of the season at Blue Valley Lanes in Wind Gap, Pa. The seven 800 series are a career record for amateur lefthanders.
Kinard, 29, three times an Indonesian badminton champion, beat Cheryl Carton of San Diego 11-3, 11-5 for the women's title at the U.S. Open. Her husband, Chris, a June 14, 1976 Face in the Crowd, won his sixth men's crown.
Maurice, a 6'4" sophomore at Balboa High, tied the national 15-and-under high-jump record of 7'0" at a meet in Pittsburg, Calif. His 6'11¾" jump at San Francisco's Cow Palace in February established a U.S. 15-and-under indoor mark.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA
Amy, 15, has been on 12 city championship teams, won three city gymnastics titles and gone unbeaten in two tennis seasons at Longfellow Junior High. She's a 97% server in volleyball, a 30.2 scorer in basketball and a .513 hitter in softball.
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS
Jesse, a 106-pound high school junior who has won two straight state Golden Gloves titles, decisioned Jose Rosario of Elizabeth, N.J. in the light-flyweight finals of the National Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions in Toledo.
Adam, a freshman first baseman at Adairville High, hit two grand-slam home runs in a 10-5 victory over Todd Central to tie a national high school record. His total of 10 RBIs in that game has been surpassed by only one other high schooler.