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William (Bud) Pirone has coached Oneonta (N.Y.) High tennis teams to a 98-5 record in the past seven years. His teams have also continued a nine-year unbeaten streak on their home court. Pirone himself is a five-time Oneonta city singles champion.

Jolene Friesen, 16, of Hutchinson, Kans., who has ridden horses ever since she could walk, finished first in the showmanship, Western pleasure and trail class events (youth class) in statewide competition in the Kansas Quarter Horse Association circuit.

Alan Mayer, a sophomore at Madison (Va.) College, led his soccer team to a 7-1-1 record and won a berth for himself on the NCAA All-America team. As the Dukes' goalie, Mayer turned in seven shutouts in nine games and averaged 25 saves per game.

Jerry Villecco, 18, of Deptford (NJ.) High, has a record of 75-3-1 in 3½ years of wrestling. Last season he finished with 25 straight victories and won the state 157-pound title. This season, now in the 168-pound class, he has pinned 11 of 12 foes.

Kathy Jameson, senior co-captain at Paramus (NJ.) Catholic Girls Regional High, has paced her basketball team to 32 straight wins in two seasons and the 1971 parochial sectional title. At 6 feet, Miss Jameson averages a team-high 15 points and 24 rebounds.

Dick Moulton, of Center Harbor, N.H., won the Class A of the All-American Championship Sled Dog Races at Ely, Minn. for the second year. He guided his team of 14 Alaskan huskies to times of 59:59 and 65:48.5 over a 16-mile course in the two-day event.