Scott Martin, an Academic All-America guard on the Oklahoma basketball team, became the first player ever to win four Big Eight singles tennis championships. He also gained four doubles titles as the Sooners won the conference championship each season.
David Thompson, a freshman at North Carolina State, who averaged 35.6 points a game for the Wolfpack frosh basketball team, long-jumped 22'4" and triple-jumped 47'7" in his first college track meet. In a later meet he reached 49'11" in the triple jump.
Roger Tuck, a Dundalk (Md.) High senior, had 76 goals and 33 assists in three varsity lacrosse seasons and was named Baltimore County's outstanding player as a junior. All-State in football, he scored 26 touchdowns and made 25 interceptions in three years.
Karen Gustavsen, a senior at Bellarmine-Jefferson High in Burbank, Calif., rolled 227, 287, 212—726 and was named Star of Tomorrow as the nation's outstanding junior girl bowler by the WIBC. Karen, who began bowling at five, averaged 188 in league play.
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Ron Davis, a versatile senior at Bay (Ark.) High, scored 35½ of his team's 77 points in the county meet, winning the 100, 220, 440, 880 and mile, anchoring the winning 880-relay team and placing second in the long jump. He also batted .341 for the baseball team.
Mitchell West, a senior lefthander for the Taft (Texas) High baseball team, pitched back-to-back no-hitters, beating Tuloso Midway High 4-0 and Aransas Pass 4-2 in seven-inning ball games. West also has a .361 on-base average and four home runs.