FACES IN THE CROWD

May 31, 1987

RACHEL RYAN
MINERSVILLE, PA.
Rachel, a senior at Minersville High, threw her 14th career no-hitter, a 19-0 perfect game over Williams Valley High, to break the state prep girls' softball record. She added two more no-hitters for a 17-1 season mark and a 69-8 career record.

JIMMY GOLOBOY
MARBLEHEAD, MASS.
Jimmy, 8, became the youngest player to defeat a master in a U.S. Chess Federation-rated game when he beat Larry La-vigne in a tournament in Billerica, Mass. Jimmy broke the age mark set by Evan Turtel, 9, of Melville, N.Y., in 1982.

BETTY REX
FRANKLIN, MICH.
Rex, 60, a grandmother with an 11 handicap, made a hole in one on the 159-yard 3rd hole at Harbor Ridge Country Club in Stuart, Fla., one week after acing the 159-yard 8th hole at Quail Ridge Country Club in Boynton Beach, Fla.

MARTEESE ROBINSON
NEWARK
Robinson, a junior first baseman for Seton Hall, went 115 for 213 in the regular season to lead all NCAA Division I hitters, with a .540 average. In 40 games he drove in 86 runs, hit 16 home runs and stole 55 bases in 60 attempts.

SHERRI VITALE
BRADENTON, FLA.

TERRI VITALE
BRADENTON, FLA.

Sherri, a seventh-grader, and her sister Terri, a ninth-grader, won four state titles to lead St. Stephen's Episcopal School to the Class AA girls' high school tennis championship, in Gainesville. Sherri, 14-0 in singles this season, defeated eighth-grader Lori Freedman of Jacksonville Bolles School 2-6, 7-6, 6-4, while Terri, 13-1, beat senior Michele Tondreault of St. Petersburg Catholic High 6-3, 6-1. The daughters of sportscaster Dick Vitale also won their respective doubles crowns.

PHOTOHARRY FOLINO PHOTOGENEVIEVE VILENISKIS PHOTOCOURTESY ROBERT REX PHOTODENNIS MCDONALD TWO PHOTOSROD MILLINGTON

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)