Bob, a junior shortstop-catcher at DeKalb High, hit home runs in six consecutive at bats, breaking the U.S. high school record of four held by three players. One of them was J.R. Richard, in 1969, at Louisiana's Lincoln High School.
Peynado, a senior at Seton Hall, won four IC4A track and field gold medals, the most by any athlete in the meet's 106-year history. He won the 200-meter dash (20.74) and 400 hurdles (51.3) and anchored two winning relay teams.
Marilu, 17, pitched 17 shutouts, including a no-hitter against Fort Lauderdale Northeast, to lead Cardinal Newman High to the state Class AAA slow-pitch Softball title. She has a two-year record of 59-8 and a .493 batting average.
Polly, a senior at University High, ran the mile in 4:35.24 at the UCLA-Pepsi meet to break the 9-year-old girls' high school record by 5.46. She also tied the girls' high school mark for the 1,500 (4:16.8) set in 1969 by Francie Larrieu.
H. TAYLOR BELL
Bell, 63, a supply coordinator with the phone company, who has been an umpire since 1935, worked his 1,000th Little League game when Kiwanis played H&T. Among those he called out on strikes was Eddie Bell Jr., his grandson.
Scott, a sophomore at Porterville High, extended his two-year tennis record in the East Yosemite League to 38-0 and won his second league singles title. While triumphing in 17 league matches this season, he lost only one game.