Kathy, 16, is the first female to be named Darter of the Year by International Spider magazine, dart throwing's leading publication. She won six women's singles titles in 1978, including the North American Open in Long Beach, Calif.
Baldwin, 57, the winningest active college basketball coach in the nation, became the sixth man to win 700 games when his Broome Community College team defeated Monroe Community College 87-66. He has a 32-year record of 703-213.
Jones, a 6'2" 195-pound quarterback who was Oklahoma's high school football player of the year, passed for 1,324 yards and 11 TDs and ran for 721 yards and 10 scores to lead Tulsa McLain to an 11-2 season and its first state title.
Lambertz, 19, prevailed over a predominantly male field of 100,000 shooters to win the National Explorer Air Rifle Championship in Orlando, Fla. She placed first in the sitting competition and second in the prone and standing events.
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Jane, 17, and Mark, 18, won the girls' and boys' titles, respectively, at the national junior (under 19) squash racquets championships in Newport, R.I. Jane, a senior at the Emma Willard Academy in Troy, N.Y. and the second-ranked junior girl in the U.S., defeated Nina Porter 15-7, 15-16, 17-15, 15-11 in the finals. Mark, a freshman at Trinity (Conn.) College and the No. 1 junior boy, beat Brad Desaulniers 15-12, 15-10, 15-12 for his fourth national age-group championship.