Terry Aldrich, a St. Lawrence University (N.Y.) junior, won skimeister honors at his school's winter carnival by taking both slalom events, placing eighth in the Eastern Amateur Open Cross Country Championship and finishing tenth in ski jumping.
Donny Lanier, a 105-pound fifth-grader from Fort Worth, was chosen All-Conference Player in the Fort Worth-Dallas Private School football conference for his outstanding season as a middle linebacker and center with Trinity Valley's eighth-grade team.
Scott Allan, a 20-year-old student at the University of Southern California competing against America's Cup Skippers Bob Bavier and Arthur Knapp, piloted his Cal-40 Madrugador to a sweep of all nine races in the Congressional Cup at Long Beach, Calif.
Bill Tanner, a 5'11" eighth-grader from Troy, N.Y. who has a 25-point average, scored all but three of Albany Academy's points in a 44-43 victory over Guilderland Central. In his next basketball game, he accounted for 32 of the academy's 39 points.
February 27, 1967
Lucille Shine, a housewife from Glendale, Calif., shot 570 out of a possible 600 to win the women's open title at the U.S. Open Indoor Archery Championship in Las Vegas. The men's event was taken by Lester Gervais of Highland, Ind. with a score of 597.
Loren Shim, 17, who holds the Oahu (Hawaii) Soccer League record for most points scored in one season (16), had three goals and two assists in leading his Punahou School team to a 5-0 victory over Radford High for its second consecutive league title.