FRANKLIN LAKES. N.J.
Susan, 9, paced the Northwest Bergen Soccer League in scoring among 9-and 10-year-olds with 43 goals and 10 assists to lead the Heatwave to an 11-0 record and the championship. Susan, a center-forward, had 10 hat tricks.
This is an article from the Feb. 25, 1985 issue
Jack, a senior at Easton High, is an All-America both in wrestling and in cross-country. He's the state high school 98-pound-class wrestling champ (121-2-0 career record) and is a two-time District 11 cross-country champion.
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.
Frances, a 5'10" sophomore center on the Piper High basketball team, scored 50 points in a 63-39 win over Nova High. She averages 32.5 points and 16 rebounds per game for the Lady Bengals, who are 12-6 on the season.
Jamie, a junior center for the New Trier Hockey Club, scored hat tricks in three straight games. He had a career-high five points in the following game, a 10-2 win over Lake Forest, and he leads the 12-3-1 Trevians with 21 goals and 14 assists.
Powers, 41, became the first bowler in the 25-year history of the Greater Richmond Bowling Association to roll two perfect games in sanctioned play within three days. The 300s came during a 693 block on a Wednesday and a 706 on a Friday.
PALM SPRINGS, CALIF.
Revolta, 63, shot two holes in one in the same round at Seven Lakes Country Club in Rancho Mirage, one on the 136-yard par-3 7th and the other on the 95-yard par-3 18th. They were her ninth and 10th career holes in one.