Ryan and Rodd, 18-year-old twins, play catcher and second base, respectively, for the Edmond Bulldogs of the state American Legion Majors Baseball Association. In a doubleheader in which the Bulldogs beat the Dallas Dodgers 2-1 and Oklahoma City's Reynold's Lettering 14-2, the Meltons each went 4 for 6, all doubles. The twins also had two RBIs each, scored two times and stole two bases. By the way, Ryan wears number 22.
Stoffregen, 47, who was unseeded, beat No. 1 seed Agatha Falso, 46, of Boca Raton, Fla., 15-3, 9-15, 11-10, in the age 45-50 category at the U.S. Amateur Racquetball Championships, held in Houston.
Danielle, 12, set a new national race-walk record for midget girls (age 11-12) in the 1,500 meters with a time of 6:53.7, breaking the mark set in 1987 by Naomi Sepulveda of Rialto, Calif., by more than 10 seconds.
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Clawson, 18, a member of the U.S. team in white-water slalom canoeing, won the silver medal in the men's singles and a gold medal as part of the team competition at the world championships.
Jenny, 16, and Dragonfire Kublakhan, her 8-year-old Morgan gelding, won the world championship in dressage for Morgans and Grand National gold medals in dressage and hunt seat over fences, both in Oklahoma City.