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COLOR PHOTO: BOB LEVERONE Greg Payne KERNERSVILLE, N.C. Payne, a senior at Catawba College, set an NCAA Division II football record for consecutive successful field goal attempts with a 46-yard kick in a season-opening, 48-0 defeat of Tusculum College. The boot that broke the old mark of 14 hit the crossbar and bounced over.COLOR PHOTO: MICHAEL QUARTERMAN Aaron Peirsol IRVINE, CALIF. Aaron, 14, broke an age-group record in the 200-meter backstroke for the third time, with a time of 2:05.42 in the 13-14 division at the national junior outdoor swimming championships. Earlier he had set marks in the 9-10 division 100 backstroke and in the 11-12 division 200 backstroke.COLOR PHOTO: JIM MIDGETT Amanda Kirk RICHARDSON, TEXAS Amanda, 17, had a 13-0 pitching record and an 0.25 ERA for her American Softball Association team, the Texas Sox. Last spring, as a junior at Berkner High, she was named a state co-player of the year and MVP of Richardson district. She had a 15-1 record as a pitcher, batted .500 and slugged .936.COLOR PHOTO: DAVID DOYLE Sanjee Weliwitigoda GAITHERSBURG, MD. Sanjee, 17, who plays sweeper for the Bullis School soccer team, which is ranked No. 5 nationally, had led the Bulldogs to a 8-0 record through last Friday. Bullis had allowed only four goals. Sanjee has been the captain of the Maryland Olympic Development team for the last four years.COLOR PHOTO: GREGORY M. FOTA Barry Weinperl EASTON, PA. Weinperl, 53, broke seven national masters records en route to winning the age 50-and-over division of the National Archery Association outdoor championships, scoring 2,524 out of a possible 2,880 points. Earlier this year he won the national indoor masters title.