Janie McGrath, 17, a setter on the Advance Schools' Chicago & Co. girls' volleyball team, served 15 straight points to beat Michigan State 15-0, and later, in the Region 7 (Midwest) championships, with her team behind 14-3, served 13 straight points to win 16-14.
Brandt Morgan, a junior righthander for St. Albans (W. Va.) High, threw back-to-back no-hitters within six days. First he struck out 16 in a 4-0 win and followed that by striking out eight in a 17-0 victory. In his other start, he pitched a three-hit shutout.
Jeanne Crandall, a freshman at Canton (Mo.) R-V High, running competitively for the first time, finished seventh and defeated 104 men with a 3:41:21 clocking in the Gary Lee Brown Memorial Marathon, held over hilly terrain at Culver-Stockton College.
Bill Wallace, of Wabash, Ind. and Ball State University, won the National Black Belt Karate Grand Championship in Albuquerque, defeating Darnell Garcia of Los Angeles in overtime of their finals match. His winning point came on a left side kick to the body.
May 7, 1972
Andrea Voikos, of Pawtucket, R.I., a freshman at Odessa (Texas) Junior College, won the Women's National Amateur Indoor Tennis singles championship by defeating teammate Darlene Rose 6-3, 6-3. She teamed with Miss Rose to take the doubles title.
Mike Frick, a senior at Pope John XXIII High in Sparta, N.J., wrestling in the 123-pound class, was named Outstanding Wrestler and won his third state title, finishing his career with a 97-1 record. His only loss in four years was in the state finals as a sophomore.