Chris Anaya, a senior at San Lorenzo (Calif.) High, won the Northern California 168-pound wrestling championship, running his season record to 52 straight wins, including 35 pins and 11 tournament titles. His three-year mark was 105-16 and 19 titles.
Kim McIsaac, a ninth-grader at Fleming Junior High in Lomita, Calif., holds national titles in both figure and speed skating, winning the Novice Ladies' Figure Skating championships in January and the Indoor Speed Skating junior girls' title in March.
Larry Lindsey, 32, head basketball coach at Wake Forest-Rolesville (N.C.) High, won his fourth state high school athletic association championship in five years, beating previously undefeated Bessemer City 54-53 in the finals of the Class 2-A tournament.
Allan MacCormack, a St. Lawrence University sophomore from Sydney, Nova Scotia, was high scorer on both the varsity hockey and soccer teams. Playing center in hockey, he totaled 41 points on 16 goals and 25 assists, while as inside forward he scored 14 points.
Vince Cartier, a senior at Scotch Plains-Fanwood (N.J.) High, set a national indoor scholastic record for the mile with a 4:06.6 clocking in the state championships on Princeton's eight-lap Tartan track, breaking Jim Ryun's 1965 mark by .6 second.
Richard Wortham, an Odessa (Texas) High senior, in his second start of the season pitched a perfect game (seven innings), striking out 19 of 21. Also a quarterback and co-captain of the football team, his record now stands at 6-0, including three no-hitters.