March 18, 1974
March 18, 1974

Table of Contents
March 18, 1974

New Places
Pro Football
Pro Basketball
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Frank Monterosso, a 6'4" senior forward at St. Bernard (Ohio) High, scored 70 points against Cincinnati Country Day School for an area single-game record. He hit 21 of 36 field goals and 28 of 29 free throws. His season average is 35.5 points per game.

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Nancy Baroody, 18, Lakeville, Conn., rode her 8-year-old chestnut mare War Dress to a national Horse of the Year award in the junior hunter division at the American Horse Shows Convention in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The prize was Baroody's eighth in a row.

Don Cutts, senior hockey goalie at Rensselaer Poly tech, recently set an ECAC three-year career record of 2,655 saves, breaking the old mark of 2,240. An All-East selection as a sophomore and junior, Cutts has 1,065 saves this season for the 14-15-1 Engineers.

Steve Kober, a junior at Wendell (Idaho) High, was named the outstanding wrestler in the state's fourth district after compiling a 26-1 record with 21 pins. He won three tournaments in the 155-pound class and one at 145 pounds over the season.

Margaret Anne Meier, a senior at Central Bucks East High in Buckingham, Pa., hit a season-high 42 points in leading her basketball team to an 84-42 win over Pennridge. In eight league games, Meier has scored 440 points for the 18-3 Patriots.

Daniel Quinn, 17, a junior at Lynn (Mass.) Tech, did 1,010 consecutive sit-ups in 55 minutes for a U.S. Marine Physical Fitness Test record after training for two years. Quinn, who is 5'8" and weighs 120 pounds, also holds the mark for the two-minute sit-up test at 104.