Paula, 18, won the Oregon women's amateur golf championship with a 3-and-2 victory over Amy Lawrence in the finals of the match-play tournament. Patterson, who will attend Oregon this fall on a golf scholarship, also led the Central Catholic High girls' team to the 4A state crown.
This is an article from the Aug. 22, 1994 issue
Henry, 45, a history and social studies teacher, guided the Bishop Fenwick High girls' softball team to a fifth straight state Division I championship. In his 12 years as coach of the Crusaders, Henry has put together a 266-21 record, including 154 consecutive league victories.
Kristin, 16, a 140-pound junior at Ferndale High, outboxed 30-year-old Suzanne Howard of Santa Rosa, Calif., in all three two-minute rounds to win the welterweight title at one of the first female American Boxing Federation-sanctioned competitions, held in Eureka, Calif.
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Morgan, 58, a physician with a reconstructed knee and an arthritic hip, won the slalom competition in the 55-to-64 age group at the state water-ski meet by clearing a record 50 buoys. He also turned in record-setting performances for his age division in trick skiing and jumping.
Stacy, who will be a senior this fall at South Shore High, won the high jump in the scholastic division at the Penn Relays with a leap of 5'10½", a mark that would also have won the collegiate division. Undefeated in the high jump this year, she is the reigning national high school indoor champ.
Audrey, 14, a power tumbler, won individual honors among 13- and 14-year-olds at the American Tumbling and Trampoline Association world team trials. A silver medalist at this year's junior elite nationals, she will represent the U.S. at the '94 power tumbling world championships, in Portugal.