BEECH CREEK, PA.
Faulkner, a 42-year-old attorney, won his third straight Masters title at the U.S. Canoe Association's national triathlon championships, in Williamsport, Pa. He finished the 6.2-mile run, 5-mile canoe race and 15-mile bike leg in 2:40.
This is an article from the Sept. 21, 1987 issue
Jackie, 8, won the 25-yard butterfly, 25-yard backstroke and 25-yard freestyle in the Northwest Aquatic League divisional meet in Houston. He also swam a butterfly leg in the 100-yard medley relay in a meet-record 1:17.18.
Willis, 12, ran 100 meters in 11.89 to break the seven-year-old meet record for boys (11 and 12) in the National Track and Field Youth Program final in Hershey, Pa. The old record of 12.03 was set by Shane Manuel of Washington, N.C.
SIERRA VISTA, ARIZ.
Burke, 18, was the winning pitcher in all six games as the Prescott Merchants won the national boys' 18-and-under fast-pitch title at the American Softball Association championships. He had an 0.50 ERA, fanning 77 in 42 innings.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.
Hendrix, a 48-year-old third-grade teacher at the San Altos Elementary School, used a seven-iron to make a hole in one on the 100-yard 4th at the Pines Course of the Myrtlewood Golf Club in Myrtle Beach. It was Hendrix's first hole in one in 15 years of infrequent golf. Moments later, her mother, Janis, 72, a housewife and grandmother, used a five-wood for an ace on the same hole, her second on that hole in eight years. She also had a hole in one on a California course in 1977.