Lena S. Mashburn
Lena, 12, won the 12-and-under slalom and came in second in the giant slalom at the state Alpine ski championships. Her times of 1:50.51 and 1:43.46 were faster than the best respective boys' times (1:52.61 and 1:45.36).
Jones, 29, a correctional officer, won five gold medals at the Southeast Regional Police Games. Jones's firsts were in the long jump, the high jump, the sprint medley and the 4 x 100-meter and 4 x 1,600-meter relays.
Downey, 61, an advertising executive and 13 handicapper, and Gallagher, 65, an advertising executive with a 22 handicap, shot holes in one on consecutive drives on the 170-yard par-3 6th hole at Oakmont Country Club. Downey nailed his ace with a four-iron, while Gallagher, his playing companion for 20 years, used a five-wood. It was the first time either had ever made a hole in one, and the first time players had consecutive aces at Oakmont.
LAKE CHARLES, L.A.
Candice, a senior pitcher for the Barbe High softball team, had a 119-3 record, 50 no-hitters and an ERA of 0.12 during her four varsity seasons. She had streaks of 107 consecutive wins and of 393‚Äö√Ñ√∂‚àö√±‚àö¬® scoreless innings.
Naomi E. Peters
EL CERRITO, CALIF.
Naomi, 17, won the girls' 158-pound national high school title in judo for the second year in a row, defeating Alicia Nishioka of Los Angeles. She also won the U.S. Senior National Judo title in the same division.