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Victor Oxley, 10, the inside-right on the 17th Wolf Cub Pack football (soccer) team attached to the Holy Trinity Church in Woodford, Essex, England, kicked in 41 of his team's 128 goals during a streak of 10 consecutive shutout victories.

Craig Tefft, 18, the son of a minister in East Lansing, Mich, and a 5-foot-8, 165-pound halfback at East Lansing High, ran for 1,226 yards and scored nine TDs as his team completed an unbeaten, untied season (8-0), and won the Michigan Class A Championship.

Jasjit Singh, a tennis-playing freshman at Notre Dame, whose Sikh religion forbids him to cut his hair, defeated Stanley Pasarell of Puerto Rico, the top-seeded U.S. player in the tournament, 6-4, 6-2 to take the USLTA National Boys' 16 title in St. Louis.

Louise Hay, a freshman geography major at West Chester (Pa.) State College who has competed in cross-country for five years and trains with the men's team at her school, covered 1½ miles in 9:37.4 to win the Eastern Women's Championship in Hempstead, N.Y.

Sally Doyle, the assistant pro at Lake Chabot Golf Course in Oakland, Calif., whose athletic career belied a doctor's prediction that she could never participate in sports after a childhood attack of polio, was chosen the LPGA Teacher of the Year.

George Maes, a senior basketball star and straight-A student at Santa Cruz (N. Mex.) High, scored a state-high-school-record 81 points (on 39 field goals and three free throws) in leading his team to a 112-55 victory over Jemez Mountain High School.