Brandyn Sully, 13, of Palos Verdes, Calif., starred on her all-girl American Youth Soccer Organization team in Torrance, scoring 57 goals in 36 games over two seasons with a single game high of six. Scully was a league All-Star selection both years.
Samuel Porter, eight, of Niagara Falls, N.Y., won the 50-yard dash in 6.6 seconds, finishing 20 yards ahead of the runner-up, at the Buffalo Zone Lutheran field day. He also took the 25-yard sack race and ran a leg on the victorious 100-yard relay team.
George W. Knox, 63, a psychologist from Gahanna, Ohio, who took up jogging three years ago, recently covered a 25-mile road course in three hours, 47 minutes, to raise money for the March of Dimes. Knox runs between five and 15 miles every day.
Augie Diaz, 20, an engineering student at Tulane, piloting a Force Five, captured the North American Intercollegiate single-handed sailing championship near Boston and was awarded the Everett B. Morris trophy as the year's outstanding collegiate sailor.
July 28, 1974
Debbie Bosket, of Binghamton, N.Y., led her high school girls' softball team to its second consecutive undefeated season and an 18-0 overall record. She won 16 games and gave up only two bases on balls. She also compiled a two-year batting average of over .450.
Andy Rae, of Melbourne, Australia, helped his University of San Diego tennis team upset UC at Irvine and take the NCAA college division championship. The Anteaters' No. 1 player, Rae won the singles and was a member of the winning doubles team.