Douglas, 7, a shortstop, made an unassisted quadruple play in a T-ball league game, in which 10 batters per inning hit for each team. Upon catching a bases-loaded liner, he touched third and second and tagged a runner who had been on first.
Walker, 62, established three world freestyle records for 60- to 64-year-old women at the National Masters Long Course swimming championships: in the 200-meter event in 2:50.03, the 400 in 6:02.28 and the 800 in 12:19.13.
Zollitsch, 20, won five gold medals and claimed the overall kayak title at the National Canoe and Kayak Championships, in Raleigh, N.C. In the one-man kayak competition, he finished first in the 500 meters and the intermediate 1000.
Stewart, 15, a lefthanded pitcher, threw back-to-back no-hitters for Summit of the Suburban Baseball League. He allowed four base runners in beating Millburn 5-0 and four days later faced 21 hitters in a 7-0 victory over Caldwell.
September 25, 1988
Santosha, 12, won the 100 and 200 meters in the 11-12 age group at both the TAC and AAU Junior Olympics track and field meets. Her time of 12.30 in the 100 at an AAU regional qualifying meet set a national age-group record.
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Haley, 19, won the Modern Pentathlon National Junior Championship in San Antonio. He finished first in the equestrian and fencing competitions, second in shooting, fourth in swimming and sixth in running, for a total of 5,090 points.