Ellen McCoy
ST. PAUL
McCoy, a 71-year-old grandmother of five, ran the second fastest marathon ever for an American woman over 70. She was clocked in 4:13:28 for the Grandma's Marathon from Two Harbors, Minn., to Duluth.

Robert A. Schlegel
STATE COLLEGE, PA.
Schlegel, 46, a college professor, set four 45—49 age-group world records, in squat (342 pounds), bench (172), deadlift (375) and overall (889), in the 114-pound class at the World Masters Drug-Free Powerlifting meet.

Melanie Genung
SEATTLE
Melanie, 17, beat Alicia Consego, 17, also from Seattle, to win the national women's karate title (age 16 and over) in individual kata ("forms"). She also led her Washington team to the team kata championship.

A.J. Ramirez
SAN ANTONIO
A.J., 12, a first baseman, hit seven home runs and had 15 RBIs in five games to lead the Helotes Little League All-Stars into the District 19 All-Star Tournament quarterfinals. He went 12 for 14 at the plate in those five games.

Brooke Siebel
STEVENSVILLE, MONT.
Brooke, 13, became the youngest open-division tennis champion in the history of the Montana State Open when, as an unseeded player, she defeated second-seeded Jodi Robinson, 19, of Hamilton 7-6, 6-2.

Billy Pointer
LAGUNA NIGUEL, CALIF.
Billy, 17, won the expert-class championship of the International Jet Ski Boating Association for the second consecutive year by finishing first in nine of 25 events during the association's national tour.

PHOTOMARTY HENDRICKS PHOTOBILL WALLACE PHOTOJIMI LOTT PHOTOANDY KING PHOTOJOHN G. MABANGLO PHOTOJEBB HARRIS

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)