A first-grade teacher at St. Elizabeth's, Gawor, 24, rolled a women's duckpin world record of 558 for three games (221, 205 and 132), 23 pins more than the old mark. She is the first woman to roll back-to-back games of 200 or more.
A 6'4½" senior guard on Roman Catholic High's basketball team, Reggie leads the Cahillites in scoring (661 points), rebounds (273) and steals (54). He has a school record 1,765 points and led the 30-2 team to the Philadelphia Catholic title.
A forward for the University of New Hampshire hockey team, Jon, 22, scored 12 goals during a four-day, three-game span. He had 31 for the season to share the ECAC Division I lead. In four years he scored 72 goals and had 102 assists.
Jim, 16, set a state gymnastic record in the all-around with a score of 53.65 at the Pennsylvania high school championships. He also won the floor exercise (9.20), horizontal bar (9.50), pommel horse (8.90) and parallel bars (9.05).
CARLSBAD, N. MEX.
Dan, a senior at Carlsbad High, is the state's first Class AAAA wrestler to finish a three-year career undefeated (90-0). He is the 1978 state champion at 112 pounds and holds school career records for takedowns (172) and reversals (58).
Swimming in the 11-12 age group, Patty won the Southeastern title in the 50-, 100- and 200-meter freestyle and 50 and 100 butterfly. She also was a member of the Nashville Aquatic Club 200 freestyle relay team that set a national record of 1:42.6.