NEW PORT RICHEY, FLA.
Moylen, 67, set four world age-group records and won his second 65- to 69-year-old drug-free world title in a row by squatting 429 pounds, benching 214 and deadlifting 462, for a total of 1,107 in the 220-pound class.
D.A., 15, won the PGA Junior Championship with a three-round total of 223, seven over par at the PGA National Golf Club. He beat out Todd Lynch of Winston-Salem, N.C., and Justin Roof of Conway, S.C., by one stroke.
Letrice, 12, won the heptathlon in the 11- to 12-year-old division at the TAC youth athletics championships, beating teammate Edwina Collins 2,798-2,688. Letrice also ran on the winning 4 X 100 relay team.
Lisa, 12, led the Edison Angels to the 11-12 age-group Babe Ruth fast-pitch softball title, going 4 for 5 with four RBIs, including the game-winner, in a 13-10 win over the Indiana all-stars. She also earned the save.
Cherise, 17, won the 100-meter fly (1:14.21), the 200 fly (2:36.98) and the 400 medley (5:41.29), and swam in the winning 400-free (4:35.14) and 400-medley (5:14.73) relays in the senior division at the AAU Junior Olympics.
Baker, 19, a sophomore at UCLA, won the U.S. amateur tennis championship, upsetting Tina Samara of Laurel Hollow, NY, 6-1, 6-4. The unseeded Baker needed just 61 minutes to beat top seed Samara.