Richard Siconolfi, a senior at Bethany (W. Va.) College, won the Presidents' Athletic Conference one-meter diving championship for a record fourth straight year. He also was all-conference left wing on the school's soccer team four years in a row.
Ted Greves, a Sophomore on the Ithaca College lacrosse team, scored 40 goals and 21 assists to lead his team to its fourth straight Northern New York Division Championship. He holds seven school scoring records and five ICA Conference marks.
Mary Jasnoch, a sophomore at Garden County High in Oshkosh. Neb., set a national girls high school record of 5.8 in the 50-yard dash preliminaries of the state championships. She won the finals in 5.9 and the 100-yard dash in 11.0 in the rain.
Glenn Goya, a junior lefthander, pitched a perfect game—the first in the Hawaii prep championships—as Punahou High in Honolulu defeated St. Louis High 5-0 in the finals of the state championships. Glenn, who had a 6-0 mark, also played first base and hit .328.
June 4, 1972
Jim Scott, a Penn State sophomore, anchored the winning Lion 440-yard relay team and finished second in both the 100 and 220 in a dual meet. An hour later, as a varsity wide receiver, he caught a 24-yard TD pass in the Blue-White spring football game.
Fred Bailey, a senior center on the Arapahoe High (Littleton, Colo.) hockey team, broke his state prep record by 13 points in scoring 60 on 35 goals and 25 assists in 18 games. Bailey, who scored at least one goal in 17 games, set another mark with seven hat tricks.