Bowling, a 6-foot senior forward for the University of Montevallo ( Ala.), set an NAIA women's basketball record for consecutive field goals by converting 25 in a row. As of last Friday, Bowling, thrice an NAIA All-America, led NAIA women in shooting percentage (.751) and was fourth in scoring average (24.4).
Butch, a 5'7" senior at Newark High, established a state high school indoor high-jump mark of 7'0". The old record of 6'8" was set in 1982 by Mark White of the Howard Career Center in Wilmington. Butch was also named first team All-State in football after rushing for 1,299 yards last fall.
Mary Jo Huismann
Huismann, 48, won her 400th game as basketball coach at Mother of Mercy High, with a 49-43 defeat of Seton High. Her 403-125 mark through last Friday made her the third-winningest Ohio girls' basketball coach ever. She cofounded Cincinnati's Amateur Athletic Union for girls.
Ben, 14, was awarded the Merrill Trophy as Dade County's top sailor in the Orange Bowl Regatta. He had participated in the optimist division's 8-15 age group. Ben has also qualified for the international optimist South American championships in Guayaquil, Ecuador.
Dioszeghy, 27, a restaurant manager, caught a seven-pound northern pike to win the Golden Rainbow Ice Fishing Tournament on Forest Lake. She hooked the fish 25 minutes into the contest, which lasted 2� hours despite 20-below temperatures. Cathi started fishing only last December.
Gordon, a junior ice hockey forward for Colby College, had nine goals and nine assists in wins over Maine (11-2), Bowdoin (8-4) and Cornell (6-4). As of last week Gordon was second in the nation in scoring, with 65 points in goals (32) and in assists (33).