FORT MEADE, FLA.
Afrika, 16, won the judo title at 134 pounds for the 15- to 16-year-old age group at the National Junior Olympic championships. Earlier this year she placed first at the National High School Championships and seventh at the Junior World Games.
Hendry, 70, a retired accountant, beat Louis Radzell of Cleveland 21-10, 18-21, 21-16 to win the over-70 division at the World Seniors Table Tennis championships. In July he took U.S. Open crowns in the over-60 and over-70 classes.
Liane, a junior at Mamaroneck High, won gold medals in the one- and three-meter scholastic women's diving competition at the Empire State Games. Her scores of 430.65 in the one-meter and 454.40 in the three-meter set meet records.
Chuck, 12, a righthanded pitcher for Hack-Keynes of the Logan Recreation Midget League, threw four no-hitters and a one-hitter in seven starts. On the season, Chuck struck out 104 batters in 41 innings and had a record of 5-2.
Erin, 16, became the youngest woman to win the Erie District Golf Association championship when she defeated Darcey Powell, 5 and 4 in match play. Erin also won the Pennsylvania State (Division 10) championship in 1988 and '89.
Lalum, 46, an assistant manager at a pharmacy, won his 95th TAC masters' road race in South El Monte, Calif. Lalum, who has run in 23 marathons, has been racing since 1980; he has placed in 521 events, 213 over the last 40 months.