SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.
Markham, 28, an auto service representative and ex-Olympian, rode his Kevlar-shelled bicycle to a human-powered speed record of 61.4 mph. As the rules stipulate, he used only muscle power and was unaided by wind, hills or motor pacing.
This is an article from the Jan. 20, 1986 issue
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.
Dagostino, 35, coached the Tampa Preparatory School girls' volleyball team to its sixth straight state Class A title with a victory over Deerfield Beach Zion Lutheran. In her seven years as Tampa's coach, Dagostino has a record of 224-27-1.
Harvey, a quarterback at North Carolina Central, became the first freshman in NCAA history to pass for more than 3,000 yards in a season. He completed 188 of 392 passes for 3,190 yards and 22 TDs while setting seven NCAA Div. II records.
Mike, a junior on the Adams High B team, had a 96-yard punt in an 18-7 win over Elkhart Central. The play began on Adams's four-yard line, with Mike in his end zone. The ball traveled 75 yards in the air and rolled into Central's end zone.
Jill, a senior at Ulysses High, won her third state cross-country championship in a row. Her sister Joy won the three previous titles and another sister, Lesha, the two before that, giving the family every Class AAAA title but one since 1977.
JOHN WESTMORELAND SR.
Westmoreland, 93, a retired lawyer, used a three-wood to shoot a hole in one on the 158-yard par-3 18th hole at the Capital City golf course. It was the seventh ace since 1918 for Westmoreland, a 23 handicapper.