Donald and Lori, both 17 years old, won the boys' and girls' divisions at the U.S. Golf Association's junior championships in Wilmington, Del. Donald survived six matches and a field of 150 players to defeat Keith Banes of La Mirada, Calif. on the third extra hole for the boys' championship. Lori, who is the daughter of a golf professional, won five matches and beat Jenny Lidback of Baton Rouge 4 and 2 in the final for the girls' title.
JEMEZ PUEBLO, N. MEX.
Waquie, a 27-year-old forest ranger, broke his own record for the 7.6-mile La Luz Trail run up the west side of the 10,678-foot Sandia Crest outside of Albuquerque. His time of 57:40 was 2:20 faster than the mark he established last year.
Kim, a senior at Walnut High School, established Junior Olympic records in the 400-meter freestyle (4:21.54) and the 200-meter freestyle (2:05.74) at the National AAU Junior Olympic swimming championships in Santa Clara, Calif.
SAN BRUNO, CALIF.
Barron, 18, competing in the 172-pound class, upset Teimoc Jonston-Ono, a 1976 U.S. Olympic judo team member, to win his division at the National Sports Festival in Colorado Springs. The win qualified Barron for the Pan-American Games.
Lisa, 13, won five gold medals in gymnastics at the Empire State Games in Syracuse, N.Y. She finished first in vaulting, balance beam, floor exercises and all-around, and won an additional gold medal in the team competition.