Lindsay, 8, a center, scored 30 goals in 12 games in leading the Strikers of the Amherst Soccer Association girls' eight-and-under division to a perfect record and the league title. She had at least two goals in all but one of her team's games.
This is an article from the Sept. 3, 1990 issue
Doug, a senior at Alta High, led the Hawks to their first-ever state 4A baseball title. A right-handed pitcher, Doug was 7-1 with a 1.89 ERA, 73 strikeouts and a .535 batting average. He was named the state's Most Valuable Player.
Grant, 67, a housewife, shot an 11-over-par 83 to defeat Nellie Gerrish of Bar Harbor by two strokes and win the Hermon Meadow Ladies Golf Invitational. Over her career, Grant has also won three state and eight senior championships.
Wayne, a recent graduate of Flagler Palm Coast High School, won his second consecutive state decathlon title. His total of 7,340 points included first-place finishes in the 100 meters, the 220 yards, the 440, the high jump and the long jump.
Shelley, 9, set Florida 10-and-under age-group records in the 3,000-meter, mile and two-mile runs, and in the 1,500-meter and mile race-walks. She also won the TFA national race-walk title, defeating Tammy Anderson by 1:28.6.
Watson, 91, a retired engineer, rolled strikes in three of his final five frames to defeat Pete Varvaroff by one pin, 661-660, and win a senior league tournament in Sacramento. Watson, who started bowling at age 65, has a 145 average.