Rawstrom, 63, swimming coach at the University of Delaware for the past 34 years, won four freestyle events—at 50, 100, 200 and 500 yards—in the 60-64 age group in the annual Capitol Sea Devils Masters Meet in Washington, D.C.
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.
Mike, 15, an Optimist dinghy skipper, beat 84 sailors from 17 nations to win the open division of the 18th annual Optimist World Championships in Pattaya, Thailand. He then won the U.S. Optimist title in Biscayne Bay, Fla.
Bob, a 6'5" senior at Westminster High, high-jumped seven feet to set a state indoor record at the Maryland National Guard Scholastic Games in Baltimore. His mark is also a national indoor best for a high-schooler this year.
GRAND ISLAND, NEB.
Doug, 16, rolled series of 716, 702 and 597 to win the Nebraska Youth Bowling Association singles, doubles and all-events titles in Hastings. He has averages of 213 and 208 in two local junior leagues and a best series of 790.
Haugh, the 59-year-old president of the Overhead Door Corp., who has run 10 marathons, set an age-group national record for the 50-mile run with a time of 7:37:22 in the Jackson Five-0 race in Dallas. He bettered the old mark by 1:31:06.
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.
Cassandra, 15, a 5'6" guard at Stranahan High, has averaged 30.6 points and nine rebounds per game in leading the Dragons to a 15-3 record. She recently set the state girls' AAAA single-game scoring record of 57 points against Hollywood Hills.