Mike Hunter, of Vintage High in Napa, Calif., set an American Legion baseball tournament record by striking out 22 batters in pitching a no-hitter against the Utah state champions. In 86 innings of Legion ball Mike struck out 119, walked 45 and had a 1,04 ERA.
Lee Witt, 51, of Belvidere. Ill. has run 10,000 miles in seven years after suffering a massive heart attack in 1967. Witt has been jogging from five to 11 miles a day, five days a week, for the past five years. He walked three miles a day before he began jogging.
Alex Dunaif, 17, of Ossining, N.Y. won the Maclay finals for junior riders at the National Horse Show in Madison Square Garden in New York. She defeated 141 other qualifiers in equitation on the flat and over fences in winning the junior championship.
Fadel Al-Fulaij of Kuwait, a freshman at University of Wisconsin Center-Barron County, broke all the individual soccer scoring records in the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference. He had 42 goals in nine matches, including eight in the conference's title game.
December 9, 1974
Jack Thomasma Jr., a freshman at Davenport Business College in Grand Rapids, sank a hole in one on two consecutive rounds at Green Ridge Country Club. He aced the 210-yard 6th with a four-iron and then did it with an eight-iron on the 145-yard 13th.
Nick Faiola, a senior at Annville-Cleona (Pa.) High, had a 9.1-yard average in rushing for a school-record 1,531 yards. Faiola caught 17 passes for another 256 yards, scored 14 touchdowns and played the final five games of the season with a broken hand.