An 8-year-old center for the Dallas Mite Chiefs hockey team, Ted scored five goals (three unassisted) in 83 seconds as the Chiefs beat the Tulsa Sweathogs 8-1. Ted led the Chiefs to victory in the Dallas Junior Hockey Association tournament.
Ann, a freshman at Penn State, won the all-round title at the AIAW National Gymnastics Championships at Central Michigan University, scoring 37.90 out of a possible 40 points. She was the only competitor to place in all four events.
Wrestling for Laurens District 55 High, Leroy, 17, had a 55-0 record (including 37 pins) in his junior and senior years. Leroy, who has been wrestling for only two years, won state championships both years in the 138-pound class.
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A 6'1" junior forward, Jerilynn, 16, led the Jefferson County High girls' basketball team to a 32-2 record, averaging 31.6 points and making 66% of her shots from the field. She was All-District, All-Regional and All-State.
Pagello, 22, is undefeated in three years of regular season four-wall handball doubles competition for Memphis State. Teamed with Jeff Miller at the intercollegiates, Pagello won the doubles crown and captained the title-winning Tigers.
A seventh-grader, Todd won the under-14 Vermont state skiing title, the Western Regional at Stratton Mountain and the Eastern championships at Killington and at Pico. In his 16 races, Todd had 12 firsts, two seconds and a third.