Melony Patterson
CROWLEY, TEXAS
Melony, a sophomore at Crowley High, became the first Texas runner in the 4A division to win successive state girls' cross-country titles. Melony ran the two-mile course in 11:56 to beat Teresa Castillo of Hereford High by 14 seconds.

Jennifer Gonzales
LANCASTER, CALIF.
Jennifer, 14, beat Mindy Queen of Columbia, S.C., 3-2 to win the sparring title in the 12-to 14-year-old girls' division at the Sport Karate International Amateur Championships. She also placed third in forms (imaginary fighting).

Lin Loring
BLOOMINGTON, IND.
Loring, 40, became the first women's tennis coach in NCAA Division I to reach 400 wins, when his Indiana Hoosiers defeated Miami of Ohio 7-2. Including his four years at UC Santa Barbara, Loring's record is 400-87. He is 163-9 in the Big Ten.

Brent Ridenour
SPRINGFIELD, OHIO
Brent, a senior at Kenton Ridge High, played every soccer position except goalie, had three four-goal games and led the Cougars to a 13-4-2 record. This year Brent set 14 single-season school records, including goals (36).

Jennifer Volhard
MARATHON CITY, WIS.
Jennifer, 17, won the Junior National Nine Pin No Tap bowling title for 16-to 21-year-olds with a four-game raw scratch total of 954 to beat Edith Pharr of San Diego by 69 pins. She had been bowling competitively for only six months.

Ochiel Swaby
MIAMI
Ochiel, a 6'7" senior center at North Miami High, has had two 63-point games this season—in a 92-79 win over Hialeah and then in a 91-80 loss to Dillard. He scored 64 points in a 101-90 loss to Pace. Ochiel is averaging 50.6 points per game.

PHOTORON T. ENNIS PHOTORON SIDDLE PHOTORICHARD BEIKMAN PHOTOLARRY PETERS PHOTOJUNION PHOTOBOB EIGHMIE
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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)