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August 29, 1988 | Compiled by Demmie Stathoplos
BASEBALL—Everett, Wash., defeated Midlothian, Ill., 14-11 in 12 innings to win the 54th National Baseball Congress World Series, in Wichita, Kans.
December 14, 1987
CHARLIE TRAYERREADING, PA.Trayer, 33, a delivery truck driver, won his fourth straight 62.1-mile Great Philadelphia to Atlantic City Road Race, in 6:49:36, beating Jonathan DeHart of Jenkintown, Pa., by 56:15 and...
October 26, 1987
KYLE FRESHCINCINNATIKyle, a junior center striker on the St. Xavier High soccer team, set a school record when he scored seven goals in an 11-0 victory over Purcell Marian High. He has drilled home 17 goals this year...
January 19, 1987
RUDY GALINDOSAN JOSERudy, 17, won the World Junior Men's figure skating title in Kitchener, Ont., and a bronze in the pairs with his partner, Kristi Yamaguchi of Fremont, Calif. He is the first skater ever to win two...
May 06, 1985
JAMES ALEXANDERBOCA RATON, FLA.Alexander, 26, a special-education teacher, won the Washington, D.C. Marathon in 2:25:08, paring more than a minute off the course record. He also won the D.C. event in 1983, and...