Jayne, a third-grader at the Edna Rowe Elementary School, won 12 gold medals and set sever state records in the eight-and-under division at the state swimming championships of the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation and the YMCA.
This is an article from the Nov. 7, 1988 issue
Ron, a senior running back, had 430 all-purpose yards in a little more than two quarters as he led Hot Springs County High to a 49-20 win over Kemmerer High. Ron scored seven TDs, one on a 25-yard interception, and kicked a PAT.
Christi, a senior at Kittatinny High, ran a 2.5-mile course in the Bronx's Van Cortlandt Park in 14:43.82 to beat Deresa Walters of East High in Rochester, N.Y., by 18.07 seconds and win the Eastern States Cross-Country Championship.
ORLAND PARK, ILL.
Shireman, 37, a petroleum company president, scored the first two holes in one of his 24-year golfing career in one round by acing two par 3s, the 175-yard 8th and the 124-yard 14th holes, at Glencoe's Lake Shore Country Club.
Takeshia, 13, broke the meet record for girls ages 13 and 14 with a standing long jump of 8'10¾" at the finals of the Hershey's National Track and Field Youth Program. Last year she set the meet record (8'2") for girls 11 and 12.
EAST WILLISTON, N.Y.
Masters, a senior striker, paced the Williams College men's soccer team to its 23rd straight win by scoring once in a 3-1 defeat of Babson. With 14 goals and 7 assists this year, he has become the Ephmen's career scoring leader with 102 points.