COLOR PHOTO: COURTESY OF FATHER DUENAS MEMORIAL SCHOOL Kyle Shelly, Tamuning, Guam Golf Kyle, a freshman at Father Duenas Memorial School, shot a two-under-par 70 in the opening round and a 69 the next day to win the U.S. territory's high school title. His 139 set a record for the tournament and made him, at age 14, the youngest champion in its 10-year history.
COLOR PHOTO: BRUCE KLUCKHOHN Lindsay Nielsen, Minneapolis Marathon Nielsen, 43, a psychotherapist and mother of two, established a world record for a woman amputee by finishing the Las Vegas Marathon in 4:17:44, breaking the previous mark by nearly 14 minutes. She is also the world-record holder in the 400 meters (1:16.00).
COLOR PHOTO: JOHN SEAVOLT Andy Heimbach, Wheelersburg, Ohio Baseball Heimbach, a 21-year-old junior pitcher at Mount Vernon (Ohio) Nazarene College, broke the NAIA career shutout record with his 15th, a four-hit, 6-0 defeat of Urbana University. He also pitched his first perfect game, beating Malone College 2-0.
COLOR PHOTO: BRIAN FITZGERALD Cortney Bramwell, Lewisville, Idaho Gymnastics Bramwell, a junior at Brigham Young, won the NCAA title in the still rings with a score of 9.925, the highest in any event at the championship meet, to finish the season undefeated on that apparatus. He had a 9.9 or higher in all nine of the Cougars' meets this season.
COLOR PHOTO: DAVID MACDONALD Dave Cousins, Westbrook, Maine Archery Cousins, 21, was named the U.S. Olympic Committee male athlete of the month after setting individual world records in both the 50-meter distance and the 36-arrow events. He also established an American single-round scoring mark and tied the national scoring record at 90 meters.
COLOR PHOTO: PHIL HOFFMANN Mickey Jarboe, Towson, Md. Lacrosse Jarboe, a junior goalie at Navy, had the NCAA's top regular-season save percentage (.666). He allowed only 101 goals while stopping 201 shots for the No. 14 Midshipmen and established the school record for career saves, with 522.