Mapple, 29, won a fourth straight women's jumping title at the national Masters Water Ski Tournament, in Pine Mountain, Ga. Her 145-foot leap off the five-foot-high ramp broke her own tournament record by four feet.
NEW YORK CITY
Nelson, 47, swept four New York City squash events, winning the Met Open (top amateurs and local pros), the Met A (amateurs of all ages), the Met 35 (amateurs over 35) and the Met 45 (amateurs over 45) championships.
Lana threw five perfect games in a row as a senior pitcher for the Casey-Westfield High softball team. During her streak she retired 90 consecutive batters, 65 of them on strikeouts. She completed the season with a 27-1 record.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
Trimble, a Southeast High senior, won the state Class 4A long-jump title with a 26'1½" leap, which is a national high school record. It surpasses the 25'9½" mark set in 1972 by Gerald Hardeman of Edison High in Fresno, Calif.
June 25, 1989
Hughes, a senior at Minnesota, won her second straight Big Ten women's golf championship. She shot a 19-over-par 307 to triumph by two strokes and lead the Gophers to a victory over Indiana for the women's team title.
Eric, a junior at North Yarmouth Academy, won his third straight state high school boys' singles tennis championship by beating Mike Bennett of Yarmouth High 6-2, 6-4. Eric is the No. 1 18-and-under player in New England.