Schweitzer, a senior at the University of Dayton, won the Midwestern Collegiate Conference women's cross-country title for the third straight year. Her time of 17:03 for the 5,000 meters broke the conference record by 54 seconds.
Rawson, 80, the state boxing commissioner, had his first two holes-in-one in 62 years of golfing, in one day at Winchester Country Club. He used a six-wood on the 9th hole for his first ace and a seven-wood on the 14th for his second.
Sarah, 16, holds Inter-scholastic Athletic Conference swimming records in nine events. This fall she broke eight-year-old marks in the 100-, 200- and 500-yard free-styles, and she surpassed her own year-old record in the 200-yard IM.
Sagaro, a freshman kicker at Grand Valley State, made six of six extra-point attempts in a 42-17 win over Northwood Institute to bring his season total to 59 conversions, a Division II record. The old mark of 57 was established in 1967.
December 4, 1989
Sonnerup, 27, finished first in both the 7.5-km and the 15-km winter biathlon nationals, in Royal Gorge, Calif., with times of 31:30.2 and 1:06:20.5, respectively. She also won the 5-km summer biathlon nationals, in 23:13.
Garrett, 8, a forward for Lee's Concrete in the Madera Youth Soccer League for players eight and under, scored 51 of the team's season total of 86 goals. He broke the old league mark of 29 goals in leading Lee's to a 10-0 record.