HOLLAND TOWNSHIP, N.J.
Jenn, a senior pitcher for Delaware Valley Regional High, threw 17 shutouts and 10 no-hitters, including three perfect games, en route to a 27-1 record and a 0.34 ERA for the Terriers, who were the state Group 2 runners-up. She will play for Seton Hall next spring.
Williams, a senior on the UNLV rodeo team, won the men's all-around individual title, leading the Ridin' Rebels to a fifth-place team finish at the College National Finals Rodeo. He placed first in the team roping event, combining with Scottsdale ( Ariz.) Community College senior Cody Willson.
Feldman, 21, became the first woman to roll a perfect game in a televised final of a Ladies Professional Bowlers Tour event, accomplishing the feat at the Southern Virginia Open. Feldman beat Carolyn Dorin-Ballard 300-183 for her second career LPBT victory.
Austin, 66, a retired paper-machine tender and grandfather of seven, lifted a total of 1,290 pounds to win his first national title, in the 242-pound class for 65-to 69-year-olds, at the U.S. Powerlifting Federation championships. He squatted 501 pounds, bench-pressed 325 and deadlifted 464.
GRAND JUNCTION, COLO.
Melanie, 14, won two national racquetball titles at the U.S. Junior Olympic Championships. She beat defending champion Krystal Csuk 12-15, 15-10, 11-8 win the girls' 14-and-under singles crown and teamed with Molly Law to win the doubles event over Jeni Fuller and Kristen Walsh 15-10, 15-9.
Valerie, a senior at Frederick High, leaped a wind-aided 22'7�" in the long jump at a state regional meet. The national high school record of 22'1�" was set by Kathy McMillan in 1976. Valerie also bettered her own state triple jump record with a 42'8�" effort.