Jim Hutnik, a senior at Easton (Pa.) Area High, was named an East Penn League All-Star for the third season. A third baseman, he hit .468. Earlier this year he was elected to both the all-league soccer team, as a goalie, and the basketball team, as a guard.
Cindy Vance, 18, from Overland Park, Kans., an exchange student in Argentina, won the Buenos Aires Women's Open Metropolitan Championship in open water swimming. Competing in the La Plata River, she took the six- and eight-kilometer events.
Dallas Williams, 15, led Reynolds Junior High to an unprecedented second straight New York City softball title with a 14-1 pitching record. He had a 0.71 ERA, hit .618 and averaged one home run per game this season. His team's two-year record is 25-1.
David Parker, 18, of Galesburg, Ill., won the USLTA national inter-scholastic singles title 6-3, 6-2, defeating Tim Delaney, of Georgetown Preparatory, in the finals at Duke University. An upcoming freshman at UCLA, he was the top seed in the tournament.
Carol and Connie Stewart, 21 and 19, of Ann Arbor, Mich., won the women's paddleball championships at their respective Big Ten universities. Carol, a senior psychology major at Michigan, went undefeated this season and won her final match 21-5, 21-4. Connie, a junior in packaging engineering at Michigan State, also won every match, capturing the Spartan title in a 21-11, 21-9 final. Both girls have been playing for four years and, although the rival schools have not met for an official showdown, the family gives the nod to Carol.