Eileen, a recent graduate of Central Catholic High, set a state high school career record by pitching her 17th no-hitter, in a 6-0 Softball victory over Wyalusing High. She broke the mark of 16 established by Rachel Ryan of Minersville High in 1987.
Birdsall, 42, a health-care insurance executive and a one-armed golfer, scored a hole in one with a four-iron on the 194-yard 4th hole at Waynesville (N.C.) Country Club. It was the first ace for Birdsall, a 19 handicapper, in 15 years of golfing.
Brenda, a senior-to-be at Hewitt-Trussville High, won her second consecutive state all-around girls' gymnastics championship. She also won individual titles in the vault and the uneven bars, and led the Huskies to a second straight team crown.
Batson-Lesnik, 33, a bike saleswoman, and Boogman, 38, a restaurateur, won the women's and the men's divisions, respectively, at the Peaks to Prairie Triathlon, a competition covering a course from Red Lodge to Billings. Batson-Lesnik beat Priscilla Flesch Birtic of Lame Deer in a race-record time of 4:58:51. Boogman also established a course record, with a 4:24:48, to beat Corrie Hahn of Helena. The race included an 8.8-mile run, a 43-mile bicycle ride and 22 miles in a canoe or kayak.
Henry, a senior at Greenville High, set a national high school record in the 100-meter dash at the state track and field championships. His time of 10.15 eclipsed the five-year-old record of 10.18 held by Olympian Roy Martin.