HOBBS, N. MEX.
Cassandra, a 5'4½" guard from Hobbs High, led the South past the North 75-72 in the state girls AAAA-AAA all-star basketball game in Farmington, with a quadruple double—20 points, 15 rebounds, 11 assists and 11 steals.
Durant, a senior at Huntingdon (Ala.) College, led the Hawks to their third straight NAIA golf title, at the Zollner Golf Course in Angola, Ind. Durant was the individual low scorer, shooting an 11-under-par 277 for 72 holes.
Yasso, 31, a delivery truck driver, won the Empire State Biathlon—a 45-mile bike race between two six-mile runs—at Harriman State Park, N.Y., in 3:31:08, 2.44 seconds faster than Richard Korby of Hamden, Conn.
Jack, 17, a junior at Vista (Calif.) High School and the fourth seed, defeated John Yancey of Grosse Pointe, Mich., who was the seventh seed, 6-2, 1-6, 6-4, to win the USTA Boys' Interscholastic Championship, in Durham, N.C.
MADISON HEIGHTS, MICH.
Fiebig, 52, and Wodka, 36, who both operate pro shops, established a world-record six-game score of 2,566 in winning the gold medal in the women's doubles event at the 11th World Tenpin Bowling Championships in Helsinki. They exceeded by 157 pins the old mark of 2,409, set in 1983 by Birgitte Jensen and Jette Hansen of Denmark. Fiebig rolled 203-197-280-222-215-213 for a six-game individual record of 1,330, 37 pins better than the mark set in 1983 by Sweden's Lena Sulkanen.