John Kamrar, 18, pitcher for Bellingham (Wash.) High, struck out 33 batters in two appearances during a 16-inning game that spanned two days, ending with a 2-1 victory over Sehome. In one nine-inning stretch he faced only 28 batters and hurled no-hit ball.
Keith Smith of Highland Park, in his first year of open competition, won the southeastern Michigan 50-yard breaststroke championship for 11- and 12-year-olds in 33.6. He went on to take the Michigan YMCA state championship in the same event in 34.5.
Liz Pooley, 17, a junior at Gainesville (Fla.) P. K. Yonge High, won the State Women's Amateur Golf title, defeating Paulette Lee 2 up in the finals by chipping in from 75 feet on the 36th hole. She retained her state high school championship the next week.
Bob Glaze, an eighth-grader at Schrop Jr. High in Akron, Ohio, scored 74 points out of a possible 88 in eight track meets, and pole-vaulted 11'6" in only his second year of vaulting. He also anchored a record-breaking 440 relay, running his own leg in 11.8.
June 7, 1970
Sam Bigler, representing Millersville State (Pa.) at the NCAA weight-lifting championships, won the 181-pound class with a press of 290, snatch of 265 and clean and jerk of 365 for a total of 920, and was named the meet's outstanding lifter.
Calvin Williams, a Central (Ohio) State senior, undefeated in the mile, three-mile, and cross-country, took 43 straight events and set state small-college records in the mile and three-mile of 4:22 and 14:51.1, as he led Central to three Ohio NAIA titles.