Jennifer, 10, beat Amy Mascotti 6-3, 6-1 to win the 14-and-under girls' title at the Lef Carrol junior tennis tournament in Jacksonville, Fla. Coached by Jimmy Evert, she is the 12-and-under U.S. indoor champion and Orange Bowl titlist.
Deollo, a six-foot center for Volney Rogers Junior High, scored all of the Vikings' points in a 33-29 victory over Frank Ohl at the Austintown Fitch Invitational eighth-grade basketball tournament. He averaged 26.5 points for the 11-game season.
HILTON HEAD, S.C.
Otis, a junior at Hilton Head High, became the first South Carolinian to hold state titles in both track and wrestling when, on Feb. 21, he won the 145-pound Class AAA wrestling title. Last spring he won the AA 800 meters with a time of 1:58.1.
Ivers, 76, set a world indoor 200-meter-dash record for the 75-79-year-old age group, at the Demers Track "Glassic" in Lewiston, Maine. His time of 33.1 seconds trimmed 1.2 off the record held by Byron Fike of Tallmadge, Ohio.
Toussaint, a 20-year-old boat operator, caught a 343-pound, 3-ounce yellowfin tuna at Roca Partida, Baja California, to set a world record for 130-pound-test line. The catch broke Ralph Mikkelsen's 1981 mark of 333 pounds, 8 ounces.
Brown, a senior, scored 60 points as Long Beach State beat San Jose State 149-69, a win in which NCAA women's basketball individual and team scoring records were set. Drake's Lorri Bauman (58) and Grambling (139) held the old records.
PATRICIA L. FIFE
MARC S. BLANCHETTE SR.