Dr. Steve August of Detroit defeated Gordon Pfeiffer of Seattle 20-21, 21-20, 21-7 in winning the National AAU Four Wall Handball championship played in South Bend, Ind. Neither man had lost a set before reaching the finals of the tournament.
Howard Sprague, 55, of Mason City, Iowa and Boca Raton, Fla. won the men's 55 senior tennis title in the Cape Coral Junior Veterans and Seniors Invitational by defeating Jack Staton, the nation's leading 60-and-over tennis player, 6-3, 6-2.
William De Shields, senior halfback for the Laurel Highlands High football team in Union-town, Pa., gained 339 yards in 19 carries and scored touchdowns on runs of 64, 72, 73 and 74 yards, while leading his team to a 26-20 victory over Belle Vernon High.
Dennis Trujillo led the Centennial High cross-country team in Pueblo, Colo. to an unbeaten season and its second straight state title by winning 11 regular season meets and individual honors at the state championships in Boulder. Trujillo is a junior.
November 30, 1970
Glenn Warner, in his 25th year as soccer coach at the U.S. Naval Academy, achieved a rare collegiate milestone with his 200th career victory in a 4-1 win over Swarthmore. His overall record is 200-51-26 and includes 17 consecutive winning seasons for Navy.
Jeff Park of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan scored 10 touchdowns (two receiving, seven rushing, one returning a kickoff) as the Bedford Road Redmen blasted crosstown rival Nutana 101-6. Park's younger brother Lance scored three times in the victory.