MILLER PLACE, N.Y.
Fran, the girls' national junior badminton champ and a senior at Miller Place High, won all 15 of her high school matches this season to end her four-year career at 60-0. Next fall she will attend George Washington on a badminton grant.
This is an article from the July 12, 1982 issue
SILVER SPRING, MD.
Brian, a recent graduate of Paint Branch High, led the Panther wrestling team to three straight undefeated seasons while amassing an 83-0-0 record. In the last three years he won state championships in the 98-, 105- and 112-pound classes.
Stephens, 64, gold medalist in the women's 100-meter dash at the 1936 Olympics, won six events in the 60-64 age group at the Senior Olympics in St. Louis, including the 200 (35.45), the long jump (8'5½") and the shotput (36'2½").
WEST READING, PA.
Spotts, 40, an insurance agent, rolled 248, 257 and then back-to-back 300 games to win the 12th annual Limpus Open in Reading. His four-game total of 1,105 was a Berks County record and unofficially the fifth-highest such score ever achieved.
Antoinette, 6, led the Orange Blossoms to a 7-0 record and first place in the San Diego United's spring beginners' soccer league. As a forward for half of each game, she scored 38 goals; as a goalie the other half, she was never scored upon.
Coleman, a senior centerfielder at Florida A&M, stole seven bases against Alabama State to equal the NCAA single-game record. He led Division I in 1981 with 65 steals in 66 games and was twice an all-conference punter in football.