Charles Keefer, a Bureau of Reclamation employee in Dutch John, Utah, caught the largest brown trout officially recorded in North America—31 pounds, 12 ounces. The fish, which was 37 inches long, took a spoon lure in Flaming Gorge Reservoir.
Bobby Young Jr., a center for his squirt (9-10) team in Cincinnati's Junior Amateur Hockey Association League, averaged four goals in his first 30 games this season, more than double that of the next highest scorer. In two previous seasons he scored 20 and 30 goals.
Leon Dreher, 53, of Philadelphia, broke his own 50-to-60 age group American records for the two-mile (10:52.4) and three-mile (16:22) runs at an AAU Masters meet in Fort Lauderdale. He has also held records in the 3,000 meters (10:4.3) and 5,000 (17:5.2).
Brenda Borger, a sophomore on the Freeburg (Ill.) High girls' archery team, was high individual scorer and led her school to the state girls' team championship. Brenda scored 398 points out of a possible 432 in closing out her second straight undefeated season.
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Sheri Haynes, a senior on the McLean (Texas) High girls' basketball team, had a high game of 71 points and averaged 42.3 points for 30 games this season. A two-time all-stater who also competes in track, golf and tennis, she also averaged better than 40 points as a junior.
Mary Cummings, of Vestal, N.Y., had a 259, 257 and 289 in the Circus Mixed League, the fourth-highest three-game series in Women's International Bowling Congress history. She notched 10 straight strikes in the final game before leaving a nine pin.