Tony Rosetti Jr. of Biloxi, Miss. captured the World All-Around Skeet Shooting championship in Savannah, Ga., the Grand Prix of Europe in Wiesbaden, Germany and the Golden Bear Shoot in Bern, Switzerland. He has now won eight international titles.
Terry Atkinson of Sacramento, a freshman swimmer from Rutgers University, won three events in a meet against Army, his first collegiate competition. His wins included a 1:47.0 clocking in the 200-yard freestyle, which set a school record in the event.
Paul Bamford of Durham, N.H. is goalie for the Oyster River High School soccer team, which has been unbeaten in 66 consecutive regular-season games. Oyster River won the last two state championships, in which Bamford allowed only one goal.
Miller Bugliari, coach of the Pingry School soccer team in Elizabeth, N.J., this season led his players to their sixth state title in 11 years. Pingry has never lost a regular-season home game, and its overall record under Coach Bugliari stands at 116-12-33.
January 4, 1971
Bob Hettler, in his 26th season of coaching basketball at Amherst (N.Y.) Central High, won his 400th game when the Tigers opened their season with a 58-48 triumph over East Seneca. The Erie County Interscholastic Conference coach has lost just 76 times.
Bruce Albert, a cross-country runner for Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pa., has won 35 consecutive meets, including the last two Middle Atlantic Conference events, both of which he ran in record time. His four-year record in college competition is 40-1.