HOUSTON > Golf
Kendall, 63, the president of two Texas auto dealerships, made Pebble Beach history when he became the first golfer, amateur or professional, to ace two holes in the same round on the first nine holes of the 86-year-old course. His holes in one came on the par-3 5th and 7th holes.
August 14, 2005
ALBUQUERQUE > Billiards
Kostanian, a recent graduate of Eldorado High, won the girls' 18-and-under division at the Junior & Collegiate nine-ball national championships. The victory earned her a place on the junior world team, which will compete at the junior world championships in Klagenfurt, Austria, next month.
VIRGINIA BEACH > Track and Field
Percy, a senior at Landstown High, became the first Virginia Group AAA athlete since 1936 to win five gold medals at the state track and field championships. He won the long jump, triple jump and 100- and 200-meter dashes and was a member of the victorious 4√ó100-meter relay team.
MIDDLEVILLE, MICH. > Rowing
Robertson, a senior at Michigan State, ended her last year of eligibility by helping the Spartans' varsity eight win the Big Ten championship and being named a first-team All-America by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association. She is her conference's women's rowing athlete of the year.
TAMPA > Swimming
Juan, a sophomore at Wharton High, competing in the 13--15 age group, took gold medals in all seven events at the National Junior Disability Championships. He set national records in the 50-yard butterfly, 100-yard freestyle and 100-yard individual medley.
SANTEE, CALIF. > Gymnastics
Alex, a senior at Santana High who was representing the Cameron YMCA, won the balance beam and the all-around competition in the 17-and-up division at the YMCA national gymnastics championships in Eau Claire, Wis. This was her second YMCA national title.
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