Chris Adams, a six-foot, 190-pound senior at Los Altos (Calif.) High, set a national prep record in a state track meet by throwing the discus 201'3". He also put the shot 61'7½", has run the 100 in 9.8 and was clocked in the 180-yd. low hurdles in 19.7.
Sarah Maude, of Marblehead, Mass., won the 10-12 age division of the New England AAU gymnastics meet with a first in the balance beam, outscoring 350 junior-high and college students, a first in side horse vaulting and a second in the floor exercises.
Allen Carter, of Bonita High in La Verne, Calif., won eight straight 100-yard dashes, capturing the state title with the slowest of them, 9.8. He also won all-section honors in football last fall, scoring 27 touchdowns, and hit .380 for his school baseball team.
Michle Stoner, 5, became England's youngest driving champion, defeating 40 other starters in the R.A.C. Jr. Grand Prix over a 75-yard course in London. The cars were pedaled and Michle won with a speed of 4 mph. First prize was the car in which he raced.
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Jeff Bradford, a senior at Dundalk (Md.) High, pitched four no-hitters on his way to a 22-2 record in baseball, and scored 25 goals while leading the soccer team to the state title. His baseball, basketball and soccer teams compiled a three year mark of 110-11-2.
Tim Cooper, a senior at St. Xavier High in Louisville, Ky., won his fourth straight state tennis title, losing only six single sets and remaining undefeated in 74 consecutive matches. He also averaged 24 points a game in basketball and was named to the all-state team.