CINDY PATTERSON
STUDIO CITY, CALIF.
Cindy, 18, won the U.S. Long Distance Swimming Championship at the 14th Annual Seal Beach Rough Water Swim, covering the 10-mile ocean course in 2:58:17 to break the 1977 record of 2:59:03 set by her coach, Penny Dean.

CLAUDE HILLS
FLOURTOWN, PA.
Hills, 70, a retired research chemist, set three age-group world records at the National Masters Decathlon Championships in Gresham, Ore.: he won the long jump (14' 10¼"), 110-meter hurdles (21.2) and overall decathlon (2,513 points).

CARMEN GORDON
LEXINGTON, MO.

AMEKA HANNON
LEXINGTON, MO.
Carmen, a May graduate of Lexington High, and Ameka, a senior this fall, led the school's girls' track team to its second consecutive state title in Jefferson City by combining for 61 points. For the second year in a row, Carmen won the 100-meter dash (12.18), the 100 and 200 hurdles (14.95 and 28.94) and anchored the winning 400 relay team (50.88). Ameka took third in the 100, won the 200-meter dash (25.49) and the long jump (18'2") and ran the third leg of the 400 relay.

BRYAN SAVAGE
DURHAM, N.C.
Savage, 22, led Guilford College to its second consecutive Tri-State Lacrosse League championship. Against Lynchburg, he scored a school-record nine goals; this year he was second in the nation with 52 goals to bring his three-year total to 147.

MARK FRANKLIN
BROOKFIELD, OHIO
Mark, a recently graduated catcher for Brookfield High, hit two grand slams—one from each side of the plate—in one inning to tie a national high school record and lead the Warriors to a 21-6 victory over Hickory High of Hermitage, Pa.

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)