This is an article from the July 18, 1983 issue
Dennis and Denise, junior twins at Edgewood High, set eight meet records at the Camden County meet. Dennis also established South Jersey marks in the 400 meters (47.2), the 100 (10.5), the 200 (21.3) and long jump (23'8½"). Denise won the girls' 400 (55.5), 100 (12.1), 200 (24.2) and long jump (17'7½"). At the state meet, Dennis lowered the New Jersey 400 record to 46.5 and tied the 200 mark at 20.9. He next set the state record in the 100 (10.2) and the 200 (20.7) four days later.
GREAT BEND, KANS.
Dirk, 15, was the youngest competitor at the Senior National Weightlifting championships in Seekonk, Mass., finishing first in the 114-pound division with a snatch of 170 pounds and a clean and jerk of 209 for a total of 379.
Wooten, 53, a retired mechanic, twice split the arrows of 1976 Olympic gold medalist Darrell Pace in the men's archery competition at the National Sports Festival. The feat, called a "Robin Hood," is rarer than hole in one in golf.
Bulls, a senior at Lubbock Christian College, led the Chaparrals to the NAIA baseball title by striking out 24 batters in 20 innings. He was also the winner in relief in the tournament's final game, against No. 1-ranked Lewis-Clark State.
LAS VEGAS, N. MEX.
Crespin, a senior at Eastern New Mexico, paced the Zias' women's rodeo team to the national title and won her second All-Around Cowgirl honors. She placed first in goat tying, fourth in breakaway roping and fifth in barrel racing.