Borer, a sophomore goalkeeper for the University of North Carolina-Greensboro soccer team, set a school record with his 11th shutout—in only 12 games—of the season in the Spartans' victory over Virginia Wesleyan, 5-0.
Luke, 57, has coached the Hopkins High girls' swim team to eight consecutive North Lake Conference titles and 104 straight dual-meet victories since 1974. He has an 11-year career record of 111-4, including a 10-0 mark so far this season.
Carl, 13, beat Humberto Batista of Panama 13-1 to win the 70.5-pound title in Missoula, Mont, at the World Schoolboy Wrestling Championships. Carl also holds the AAU Junior Olympic freestyle and Greco-Roman crowns.
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Bulger, 18, this year's U.S. national hang-gliding champion, became the first person to score a grand slam in the sport when he added the '83 Masters of Hang Gliding title to his U.S. crown. He was the youngest competitor at the Masters.
November 7, 1983
Marlene, a senior left forward for the Woburn High field hockey team, and her twin sister, Michelle, a center halfback, have led the Tannerettes to a 12-0-3 record and first place in the Middlesex League. Marlene ranks first in scoring, with 18 goals and three assists, while Michelle is a defensive star. They also were the youngest players ever to perform for the Stoneham senior women's ice hockey team, which won the U.S. national women's championship last April.