FACES IN THE CROWD

May 24, 1987

KATHY ZIMMERMAN
DENVER
Kathy, 14, defeated Kristin Johnson 11-4, 11-0 to win the girls' singles title at the U.S. Junior Badminton Championships, in Natick, Mass. She also teamed with Pat Murphy of New York City to take the mixed doubles event.

ROBERTO VENTURA
ST. THOMAS, V.I.
Roberto, 16, a freshman at Piney Woods (Miss.) Country Life High, hurled five consecutive no-hit games. He batted .375, struck out 62 and walked 12 in 26 innings in the five games for the Tornadoes, who went 17-3 this season.

MEGAN DONNELLY
WILMINGTON, MASS.
Donnelly, a 23-year-old sweeper, scored four goals, including two on penalty corners, in 1-0 wins over Ireland and Great Britain, as the U.S. women's field hockey team won an Olympic qualifying tournament in Edinburgh. Scotland.

MARTHA MITCHELL
ODESSA, TEXAS
Mitchell, 38, has coached the Permian High girls' gymnastics team to 16 consecutive state finals and produced nine individual titlists. 48 All-America selections and one state championship squad in her 16 years as Permian coach.

SCOTT MALMBERG
SANTA ROSA, CALIF.

ED MORISHIMA
HONOLULU, HAWAII

Scott, a 179-pound sophomore at Piner High, shattered the U.S. under-16 deadlift record when he lifted 502 pounds (62 pounds more than the previous record) at the state championships in Fremont. He also lifted 424 in the squat and bench-pressed 259. Morishima, 25, a 5'4", 148-pound gym manager, became the third man in the history of powerlifting to bench-press three times his body weight when he lifted 446¼ pounds at the World Record Breakers Championship, in Honolulu.

PHOTOJOHN LEYBA PHOTOARTHUR SPRAGG PHOTOED KENNEDY PHOTOMARK ARONOFF PHOTOMIKE SPINELLI PHOTODENNIS ODA

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)