Matt, Mark and Leo Lynett, of Neumann High in Williamsville, N.Y., led their team to the Loyola Hockey Tournament championship in Montreal, the first squad from the United States to win the event in its four-year history. In Neumann's 8-3 triumph over Riverview of Sydney, Nova Scotia, in the finals, Mark, 17, a senior center, scored four goals and Leo, 15, a sophomore center, scored three as both were named to the all-tournament team. Matt, an 18-year-old senior defenseman, who was knocked unconscious in the second period of the final and played no more, was named the tourney's MVP. Last winter Matt competed on the Amherst (N.Y.) team that won the national juvenile championship. The three brothers are playing together this year for the first time since their Pee Wee team won the Buffalo city championship seven years ago.
Dorann Giordano, a senior at Monsignor Scanlan High in the Bronx, N.Y., closed out her prep basketball career with an average of 22 points per game and 1,600 total over four years. Also on the soft-ball varsity for three years, she posted a batting average of .375.
Hoegie Simmons, a 5'7" senior guard at Texas A&I, posted 52 points against East Texas State to set a school single-game basketball scoring record. Simmons leads the Lone Star Conference with 29.3 points per game and won the league scoring title last year.
Janet Norman, 20, a goalie at Loyola College in Montreal, has shut out all seven conference opponents in the Quebec University girls' hockey league. The Tommies' season record is 17-6, and Janet has a goals-against average of 1.05, including nine shutouts.