VERN KENNEDY
MENDON, MO.
Kennedy, 76, who was a major league pitcher for 12 years, won the discus, the shotput, the football throw, the softball throw and the javelin in the U.S. Senior Olympics 75-and-over division. He had won the Penn Relays decathlon 56 years ago.

JESSICA SCHRIER
GRANDVILLE, MICH.
Jessica, a senior at Calvin Christian High, pitched three consecutive no-hitters, tying a national high school record. Those performances brought her season no-hit total to five (the national high school mark is six) and her career total to seven.

DARREN HOLMES
SKYLAND, N.C.
Darren, a junior at T.C. Roberson High, led the Rams to the state Class AAA baseball title with a 14-1 record that included three no-hitters, two of them back to back. He also batted .329 and hit two homers in the state tournament finals.

JON LUGBILL
FAIRFAX, VA.
Lugbill, 22, was first in the men's slalom single canoe race at the World White-Water Kayak and Canoe Championships in Merano, Italy to become the sport's first six-time world titlist. He has won two golds in each of the last three championships.

DONNA WILLIAMS
FORT MYERS, FLA.
Donna, a senior at River-dale High, won the discus, with a girls' state-record throw of 146'11", and shotput (47'2½") in the state championships. Earlier she had set the state girls' high school shot mark at the regionals with a put of 48'2½".

CHUCK NAGLE
HANOVER, N.H.
Nagle, 28, coached the women's crew at Dartmouth to an 8-1 record, its best ever, after it had finished last season 0-9, its worst ever. The Big Green won its first Ivy League title and placed second in the national championships.

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)