Ed, 46, and Jason, 21, finished their joint golf career by winning the 1995 National Father-Son Invitational, in Pinehurst, N.C., with a five-under-par 283 for 72 holes. The pair also defended their Texas Golf Association Father-Son title with a 17-under-par 271 over 72 holes. Alone, Ed won the 1995 West Texas Amateur championship and this year's Harvey Penick Invitational. Jason finished second to his father in the West Texas Amateur (after winning it in 1994) and was a member of the Midland (Texas) College team that won the national junior college golf championship. Jason has turned pro.
Ames, 34, recently established a new U.S. women's in-line skating record by covering 17.8 miles in one hour. Last year she set a record for both men and women by skating 283.07 miles in 24 hours, breaking the men's record of 271 miles held by her coach, Jonathan Seutter.
Shawn, 16, became the first wrestler to win the maximum four career gold medals (two each in freestyle and Greco-Roman) in the Cadet National Wrestling Championships. Shawn, who wrestles at 242 pounds, is a six-time Southeast regional champion and has won 14 Florida state titles.
Carlos, an 18-year-old bantamweight, won the U.S. Olympic Festival boxing gold medal with a 31-9 decision over Jorge Munoz of El Paso. Carlos also won gold medals at the '93 Olympic Festival and the '94 Goodwill Games. He is a former U.S. flyweight champion and the current bantamweight titlist.
Saathoff, a 20-year-old freshman-to-be at Cochise College in Douglas, Ariz., won the national men's 10-meter 30+30 running target rifle championships. As a junior marksman competing in the senior finals, he defeated Lonn Saunders of Billings, Mont., by a score of 1,228.3-1,225.5.