Eileen, a recent graduate of Central Catholic High, set a state high school career record by pitching her 17th no-hitter, in a 6-0 Softball victory over Wyalusing High. She broke the mark of 16 established by Rachel Ryan of Minersville High in 1987.
This is an article from the July 2, 1990 issue
Birdsall, 42, a health-care insurance executive and a one-armed golfer, scored a hole in one with a four-iron on the 194-yard 4th hole at Waynesville (N.C.) Country Club. It was the first ace for Birdsall, a 19 handicapper, in 15 years of golfing.
Brenda, a senior-to-be at Hewitt-Trussville High, won her second consecutive state all-around girls' gymnastics championship. She also won individual titles in the vault and the uneven bars, and led the Huskies to a second straight team crown.
Batson-Lesnik, 33, a bike saleswoman, and Boogman, 38, a restaurateur, won the women's and the men's divisions, respectively, at the Peaks to Prairie Triathlon, a competition covering a course from Red Lodge to Billings. Batson-Lesnik beat Priscilla Flesch Birtic of Lame Deer in a race-record time of 4:58:51. Boogman also established a course record, with a 4:24:48, to beat Corrie Hahn of Helena. The race included an 8.8-mile run, a 43-mile bicycle ride and 22 miles in a canoe or kayak.
Henry, a senior at Greenville High, set a national high school record in the 100-meter dash at the state track and field championships. His time of 10.15 eclipsed the five-year-old record of 10.18 held by Olympian Roy Martin.