FORT WAYNE, IND.
Bart, now 11, set a national 10-and-under age group swimming record with a time of 1:12.18 in the 100-meter backstroke at an invitational meet. He also equaled the national mark in the 50 backstroke with a 33.59 in the same competition.
Haven, 10, won the state Level 5 all-around gymnastics championship in the 10-year-old age group in just her first year of competition with a composite score of 35.10. She also won an individual title in the floor exercise with a score of 9.05.
Devrin, 9, a pitcher for the Twins, struck out 15 batters in a six-inning, 2-1 victory over the Cubs that clinched the Farm Division championship in the Westchester Little League. He also hit a homer that tied the game in the second inning.
Pschigoda, a recent graduate of Hillsdale College, scored 7,174 points to beat Brian Chapman of Azusa Pacific by 108 points and win his second straight NAIA decathlon title. He won two events: the high jump (6'6¼") and the pole vault (15'5").
HUNGRY HORSE, MONT.
Tanya, a recent graduate of Columbia Falls High, won four events at the state Class A track and field meet. She set the Class A girls' record in the 300-meter hurdles (44.5) and also won the 100-meter hurdles, the long jump and the triple jump.
Joyce, 42, a Colgate University vice-president, had three holes in one in a five-week span at the school golf course. He aced the 161-yard 8th hole with an eight-iron, the 192-yard 11th with a four-iron and the 126-yard 2nd with an eight-iron.
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