BULLHEAD CITY, ARIZ.
Jack, 10, scored seven goals as Bullhead City beat Kingman 9-1 in an American Youth Soccer Organization match (10-11 age group). In a 10-game season, Jack scored 41 goals for the Cobras, giving him an average of more than four a game.
Venturello, 102, recently rolled a 537 scratch series, for an average of 179 a game. He bowls in three leagues each week and averages in the 140's. Venturello rolled a 300 in 1906 but didn't return to the sport until he retired to Florida in 1966.
MERCER ISLAND, WASH.
Megan, a senior at Mercer Island High, set two swimming records at the girls' high school slate championships: She swam the 50-yard freestyle in 23.17 and the 100 free in 50.54. Megan also has the existing state 200-yard free record of 1:48.52, set in 1989.
SANTO DOMINGO, DOM. REP.
Pe�a, a freshman hitter on the Miami-Dade Wolfson Community College volleyball team, was named the national junior college women's player of the year after leading the Barracudas to a 41-0 season and a national title with 670 kills and 187 blocks.
Judson, 40, a partner in a law firm, set a national masters' record when he ran the Rocket City Marathon in Huntsville, Ala., in the time of 2:17:01. The old mark of 2:17:10, set by Michael Manley of Eugene, Ore., had stood for seven years.
Kennie, a second-year forward at Becker College in Worcester, Mass., scored 33 points in a 79-58 victory over Greenfield C.C. to become the school's alltime leading women's scorer, with 722 points. This season she has averaged more than 25 ppg.