Pfiffner, a junior at West Virginia, scored 391 points out of a possible 400 to win the NCAA individual air rifle event. The Mountaineers beat the University of Alaska Fairbanks for their fourth team riflery title in a row.
Aron, 7, the youngest participant ever on the Junior Bowlers Tour (age 21 and under), came in 13th out of a tournament field of 67 bowlers, most of whom were teenagers. His highest score on the tour is a 162.
Jwana, a freshman shortstop on the Miami Edison High softball team, hit four home runs, all grand slams, in leading the Lady Red Raiders to a 17-6 win over Miami Central. She had 12 homers for the season.
NEW YORK CITY
Gitler, 62, a writer and jazz historian who is coach and right wing for the Gorillas hockey team, led his club to the Sky Rink (NYC) league crown. They routed the Whalers 8-3 in the title game for their 22nd win in a row.
May 12, 1991
Tara, 10, won five Southern Region Age Group swimming titles in the 10-and-under girls' division and set state girls' age-group records in the 50-meter butterfly (28.96), the 100 fly (1:04.09) and the 200 freestyle (2:07.04).
Stanley, a sophomore guard at Colorado Northwestern Community College, set a junior college basketball record when he converted 73 consecutive free throws. He went 201 for 223 from the line for the season.