DONNA RUPOLO
HAWTHORNE, N.J.
Donna, a senior pitcher for the Paramus Catholic High softball team, led the Paladins to a 22-2 record and the state Parochial A title. She had a 22-2 record and 0.42 ERA, with 12 shutouts. She will attend Ohio State in the fall.

JOE ROYBAL
SANTA FE, N. MEX.
Roybal, 27, bowled two 800 series in a week at Coronado Bowling Center. A 196-average bowler, he had an 804 in the Ball & Chain League and an 803 in the Sunday Night Leftovers League. The two highest games of the six were 279s.

LAURIE CONWAY
NEW ORLEANS
Laurie, a senior at Isidore Newman High, made all-state in both soccer and volleyball. As a midfielder, she had 30 goals and 14 assists and led the Greenies to the state finals. She helped the team to a 32-4 record as a middle-back.

RICCARDO INGRAM
DOUGLAS, GA.
Ingram, a junior right-fielder for Georgia Tech, hit .426 with 17 homers and 99 RBIs, and was ACC Player of the Year. As a 6-foot, 197-pound safety last fall, he led Tech in tackles (91) and the ACC in punt returns (14.6-yard average).

FAY STEELE
SOMERVILLE, TENN.
Steele, 70, became the oldest man to run from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean in the same day, crossing the 50-mile Isthmus of Panama in 8:47:28. As an Army Air Corps corporal in 1940, Steele was the first to make this run.

MATT GEE
ARKANSAS CITY, KANS.
Matt, 17, a junior at Arkansas City High School, won the javelin event at the state track championships in Wichita with a toss of 243'1", the longest throw in the nation this season by a high school athlete and a state Class 5A record.

PHOTODENNIS McDONALD PHOTODAVIS MATHER PHOTOBRAD JUSTAD PHOTOJOE McTYRE PHOTOLISA WADDELL PHOTOWILLIAM REBSTOCK
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)