Cosman, a senior wrestler at Snohomish High, placed second in the Division AAA 101-pound class at the state championships. Cosman, whose legs were amputated just above the knee when he was three years old, went 28-5 for the season with a school-record 15 pins.
Brooks, a senior on the Williams College track and field team, set a Division III record in the 35-pound weight throw with a heave of 63' 8�" at the Division III men's indoor championships. Brooks was an American Football Coaches Association All-America defensive tackle last fall.
Stevens, 53, a phys-ed teacher, earned three gold medals in tennis at the Pan American Maccabiah Games in Buenos Aires. Competing in the 50-54 age group, she won the women's singles, women's doubles (with partner Sheila Litvak of New York City) and mixed doubles (with Jeffrey Krevat, also of New York).
WEST READING, PA.
Wolf, 32, a chiropractor, bowled two perfect games in a three-game series during ABC-sanctioned play in the Berks County Major League. He finished with 822 points (300-222-300) for his 12th career series of 800 or more. He has 37 perfect games.
CASTLE ROCK, COLO.
Gathman, a senior on the West Virginia rifle team, had an NCAA-record score of 394 out of a possible 400 to win his second NCAA individual air rifle title at the national championships. He finished second in the small-bore rifle, getting 1,165 out of 2,000, and was named shooter of the tournament.
Yeping, 27, won the women's singles and mixed doubles (with partner Andy Chong of Miami Lakes, Fla.) crowns at the national badminton championships. She swept the U.S. Badminton Association's five-tournament circuit, winning 15 titles overall.