*WON: Five races in one day at Remington Park, defending American Quarter Horse Association champion jockey G.R. Carter. He achieved the feat Sunday, winning the first, second, fifth, eighth and 10th races. The five victories give Carter 48 for the season. He is 16 ahead of Adalberto Candanosa in the jockey title chase. Carter has won 15 riding championships at the Oklahoma City track.
*HONORED: By the College Gymnastics Association, Oklahoma junior Jake Dalton. He was selected as NCAA Gymnast of the Week after winning the all-around and parallel bar titles at the NCAA Championships. Dalton had a career-best 91.000 score in the all-around, which helped the Sooners finish second in the team championship chase. Dalton earned All-America status in the all-around, floor, rings, vault, parallel bars and high bar. He is the first gymnast in OU history to achieve six-time All-America honors in one season.
*OTHER: Oklahomans with sports backgrounds who died recently: Margaret Workman, 77, a former Del City mayor who organized bowling leagues for Sunny Lanes. ... Bud Clark, 63, a Western Heights High School basketball player who earned an athletic scholarship to Northeastern A&M Junior College. ... Bryan Walters, 51, a Choctaw resident who coached youth girls basketball and softball. ... John Travis Edwards, 85, an Oklahoma City attorney who, according to a family obituary, never mastered golf but managed two aces. ... Ron Newsome, 68, former assistant football coach at Southeastern State University.