FORT WAYNE, IND.
Aldridge, 58, was
honored at the Pikes Peak Marathon in Colorado for having competed in 30 races
at the site during the last 20 years, including 10 straight "doubles"
(a Saturday half-marathon followed by a Sunday marathon). In this year's Pikes
Peak Marathon she survived a nasty fall to win her age division (women 55-59)
sophomore running back at Fort Osage High, led the Indians to a 58--48 victory
over Raytown South High to break the team's 14-home-game losing streak. He
rushed for 370 yards on 31 carries, breaking a 19-year-old single-game school
rushing record, and scored touchdowns on runs of 10, 12, 43, 65 and 80
junior at Iona College in New Rochelle, N.Y., led the Gaels to a team victory
in his first collegiate race, at the Princeton Invitational, and was named
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference cross- country runner of the week. His time
of 25:22.9 was nearly three seconds ahead of teammate Mathew Kiplagat's