Eric, 15, had the first 300 game in the nine-year history of the state's Young American Bowling Alliance tournament, which was held at Cooper's Sport Bowl in Anderson, Ind. He has a 178 average in the Seymour junior varsity league.
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Halfacre, 37, a former swim coach, won five individual events at the U.S. masters short-course championships, in Boca Raton, Fla. She also swam on two winning relay teams—both of which set U.S. women's age 35-39 records.
Arthur, 7, a leftfielder, made an unassisted triple play in a Sweetwater Valley League tee-ball game. After catching a fly for one out, he tagged a runner trying to return to second and chased down another who had wandered off third.
Clark, who will be a senior at the University of New Haven, set an NCAA Division II record with eight hits, including four triples and a double, in eight at bats during the Chargers' 33-2 win over Westfield (Mass.) State.
Krieger, 29, a recent graduate of Fordham University's business school, and Mangan, 30, a teaching pro, won the women's national platform tennis championship, in Scarsdale, N.Y. In the final match they beat Sue Aery of Bedminster, N.J., and Mary Ginnard of Cleveland 7-6, 6-3 to become the youngest titleholders in the 55-year history of the event. In 1978, Krieger and Mangan, then seniors in high school, teamed together to win the women's national junior title.
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