Ryan, a sophomore at Lahainaluna High, beat Chanon Alcon of Kamehameha High 6-4, 6-0 to win the boys' state singles tennis title. He also led the Lunas to the state team title, upsetting defending champion Punahou High 18-12.
This is an article from the June 18, 1990 issue
Sonya, a freshman second baseman on the Marshall High jayvee Softball team, made an unassisted triple play in a win over the Stevens Point High jayvee. With the bases full, she caught a liner, stepped on second and tagged the runner returning to first.
Rinaldi, a senior midfielder, broke the Rutgers lacrosse career goal-scoring record with three goals in a 12-11 loss to Massachusetts. He finished his career with a total of 144 goals and tied a single-game record with 10 goals in a game against Lehigh.
Coker, 76, a former nurse who has been legally blind for six years, and Hammer, 49, a deliverywoman for a florist, combined for a total of 1,298 pins (including handicap) to win the Knoxville women's doubles bowling championship. They defeated Carlene Carringer and Sandy Stadtmiller by 14 pins. Coker, who lines herself up on the lane by using the ball rack as a guide, has a 42 handicap and was the 1989 women's singles champ in the 75-and-over division. Hammer has a 31 handicap.
Liam, 12, a shortstop for the Athletics of the North Scottsdale Little League, hit home runs in five consecutive official at bats. He hit homers in his final two turns against the Indians and in his first three at bats against the Red Sox the next day.