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Todd Lugar, a fourth-grader at Spring Mill Elementary in Indianapolis, is ranked Indiana's No. 1 (10 and under) and No. 3 (12 and under) tennis player. Todd was leading scorer on his football team and was named a league all-star in basketball and baseball.

Yvon Duhamel, 32, of Valcourt, Quebec, won the St. Paul Winter Carnival "500" International Snowmobile Marathon from Winnepeg to St. Paul. He covered the 550-mile-plus (four daily legs) cross-country course in 13 hours, 25 minutes and 57 seconds.

Diana Timberlake, of Alexandria, Va., and three other members of the all-women's East Tennessee State rifle team set 15 national records, including a 4,563 x 4,800 women's full-course mark, in defeating the all-male Marine team in a meet at Quantico, Va.

Dianne Campbell, a 5'6" senior forward on the Claude (Texas) High girls' basketball team, the defending state Class A champions, tossed in 100 points in a 106-19 romp over Clarendon High. It was Dianne's sixth time over 40 points this season.

Walter Luckett, a 6'5" senior guard for Kolbe High in Bridgeport, Conn. who is averaging 42 points, 16 rebounds and 11 assists a game, is the second-highest scorer in New England schoolboy history. His high for a game this season was 53 points.

Steve Fehr, a junior at Cincinnati's Oak Hills High, who carries a 202 bowling average, rolled a 218-278-278-774 three-game series in a Senior Boys League match. Steve has been bowling only four years but threw a 290 game in league play earlier in the season.