Snelgrove, a junior softball pitcher at Missouri, threw back-to-back perfect games: an 8-0 defeat of St. Louis University, in which she struck out 18, and a 5-0 victory over Missouri-Kansas City, in which she whiffed 16.
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Tomter, 57, a lab technician, won the national paddleball singles title in the 55-and-over division and then teamed up with George Miller of Portage, Mich., to get the doubles title in the same division.
Nichole, a recent graduate of Nova High, won her fourth consecutive state girls' titles in the long jump and the triple jump and set a state girls' record, of 20'⅖" and 39'6", respectively, in each event.
Fey, a recent graduate of Bates College; Hammond, a junior-to-be at Bates; and Sternfeld, a sophomore-to-be, won the national intercollegiate orienteering team championship for the Bobcats. The Bates trio earned the crown in the two day competition by finding its way, with the help of maps, to the finish of an approximately five-mile (four-mile for women competitors) cross-country course through a heavily wooded area in Hastings, Mich., in the fastest combined time, 473 minutes and 33 seconds. West Point, which had won the title in 10 of the past 14 years, was second in 544:02. Sternfeld placed seventh individually among the 12 women participants; Fey was 23rd and Hammond 32nd among the 44 men.