Derrick, a 5'8", 190-pound senior tailback at Williston-Elko High, had 73 touchdowns in four years of varsity football, including a state high school-record 31 in 1980, to break the South Carolina career high school mark of 69 set in 1978.
VALLEY CITY, N. DAK.
Kami, a 6-foot junior basketball center at Valley City High, set a state Class A tournament record of 47 points in the Hi-Liners' 68-48 conquest of Fargo North. She connected on 21 of 24 shots from the floor and five of seven from the line.
Zehfuss, 74, an eye surgeon, shot holes in one on the local Belle Haven Country Club's 143-yard 6th hole and 166-yard 17th during the same round. He used a four-wood and shot over water both times. He also pulled his own golf cart.
Kathleen, 16, won the intermediate division of TAC Junior Olympics Cross-Country nationals. She also won the AAU Cross-Country and the AAU and TAC 3,000-meter track Junior Olympic titles for her age group.
Sean, a sophomore forward and all-state pick at Moon High, scored a state high school-record 65 goals and added 29 assists in leading the 22-4 Tigers to their league playoff semifinals in the school's first season of soccer competition.
LAS CRUCES, N. MEX.
Tricia, 14, teamed with her father, John, a Life Master since 1974 and a college math professor, to tie for fourth in a Master Pairs competition and thus become the youngest girl to attain Life Master rank in the American Contract Bridge League.