SHERMAN OAKS, CALIF.
Emilee, 14, became the youngest Women's State Amateur golf champion when she defeated 1972 U.S. Amateur champion Mary Budke, 35, of South Pasadena 1-up in the final match at the Carmel Valley Golf and Country Club.
This is an article from the Jan. 16, 1989 issue
Young, a junior right wing at Harvard, scored three shorthanded goals within 49 seconds to set an Eastern College Athletic Conference record in a 10-0 ice hockey defeat of Dartmouth. He scored two other goals in the victory.
Sheryl, a gymnast who is a junior at Resurrection High, won the balance beam and parallel bars and tied for first in the vault and floor exercise to become all-around champion at the Glen-brook South Titan Invitational girls' meet.
Chris, a senior at West-wood High, ran the 3.2-mile course in a record time of 16:45 to win an unprecedented third AAA-1 boys' slate cross-country championship. He's also a two-time state champ in the 1.600-and 3.200-meter runs.
Melissa, a sophomore at Holmdel High, beat Tracy Zawacki of Union High 6-2, 4-6, 6-4 in the finals to win the state high school singles tennis championship. The second set of that match was the only one she lost during a 21-0 season.
Mike, a senior at St. Louis High, completed 13 of 23 passes for 266 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Crusaders to a 49-7 defeat of Waianae High and a third straight state title. The victory stretched St. Louis's winning streak to 34 games.