Klint Friedenauer, 12, of Rockford, Ill., scored his 50th goal midway through the state's Amateur Hockey Association season. He has had six hat tricks and two four-goal games as center on the AA Peewee team of the Rockford Hockey Club.
Bruce Brescia, a freshman at Oak Park-River Forest (Ill.) High School, won the National Indoor Boys 14-and-under tennis championship in Chicago. He followed that victory with the 14-and-under title in the Orange Bowl tournament in Coral Gables, Fla.
Terry Boone, a sophomore at Shelby State C.C. in Memphis, is the nation's No. 2 junior-college scorer in basketball with a 28.9-point average in 19 games. The 6'2" guard's high game came against Eastern Arkansas C.C; he scored 47 points as the Saluqis won 117-85.
Helen Shereda, a senior at Free Soil High School, broke all western Michigan basketball scoring records (for both boys and girls) with 1,651 points in four years. In her final season the 6'1½" center averaged 31 points, 28 rebounds and 10 assists per game.
Scott Prussack, 15, and his sister TRACY, 13, who compete for the Los Angeles Figure Skating Club, won the junior pairs title at the national championships in Colorado Springs. For the third consecutive year the Prussacks were the youngest pair team. They appeared for the first time in Providence in 1974 and were unplaced. In 1975 they finished fourth and were the first couple ever to successfully perform a throw double axel in National Junior Pair competition. In this year's championships they pioneered side-by-side double axels.