MOUNT PLEASANT, MICH.
Tresh, a senior at Miami of Ohio, led the Cohocton (N.Y.) Red Wings to the Northeastern Collegiate Baseball League title. The son of former Yankee Tom Tresh was named league MVP and topped the NCBL in hits, runs, doubles and steals.
Clark, 68, a retired grain elevator manager, shot two holes in one during the same round at Lincolnshire Fields Country Club in Champaign, Ill. He scored with a two-wood on the 170-yard 4th hole and with a five-iron on the 128-yard 16th.
Denise, 12, struck out 261 batters in 121 innings while starting all 25 games to lead her Class B Little Miss softball team to a 23-2 record and both the district and league championships. She also batted .569 and scored 37 runs.
Eileen, 32, and her husband, Jerry, 37, won the women's and men's state archery championships at Mitchel Park in Uniondale. Eileen, who gave birth to a boy two weeks after the competition, outscored Norah Armour of Rockaway Point 1,093-1,066. The championship was her fifth in six years. Jerry defeated Phil Hoelle 1,210-1,161 to win his second title in three years. The Pylypchuks have been members of the U.S. national team for the past four years.
Todd, who is a 14-year-old pitcher, led his American Legion team to a 22-0-1 season record and the city championship. In one five-inning game, Todd struck out 15 batters and hit two home runs. He finished the season with a 9-0 record.