Ben, a Tate High senior, pitched his third consecutive no-hitter in a 2-0 win over Pine Forest. In the three games Webb faced 71 batters, striking out 24 and walking five. The Aggies finished 27-3 this season and won the district title.
Heidi, a 6'4" senior All-America center at Milwaukee's Pius XI High, averaged 24.9 points and 9.8 rebounds per game this season in leading the Lady Popes to their fourth consecutive state Class A private school basketball title.
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Nawrocki, a 37-year-old automobile factory quality monitor, bowled his third 300 game in less than two months (and fourth lifetime) in local league action. Nawrocki, a southpaw, bowls in four leagues, averaging from 195 to 224.
Dale, a senior at Rockmart High, became the sixth wrestler in Georgia history to win four consecutive state titles. Competing in three weight classes, Dale had a four-year record of 91-3-1 and twice led the Tigers to the AA state championship.
June 2, 1985
Ken, 26, and Lisa, 25, won the men's and women's divisions of the Pittsburgh marathon to become the first husband and wife team to accomplish the feat in a major marathon. Ken, a graduate assistant track coach at Arizona, ran the 26-mile 385-yard course in 2:12:57, beating Jorge Gonzalez of Puerto Rico by eight seconds. Lisa defeated Laura Fogli of Italy by 13 seconds as she finished in 2:31:52. Prior to the race in Pittsburgh, the Martins had never run in the same marathon.