Matthew Ruege, 9, made 35 goals in 12 games for the North-brook (Ill.) Rangers, to take the scoring title in the Young Sportsmen's Soccer League for 9-and 10-year-olds. Matthew, who has played soccer two years, booted all but four of the Rangers' goals.
This is an article from the Aug. 4, 1975 issue
Randy Barenaba, 18, of Kahuku, Oahu, kept the USGA Amateur Public Links Golf title in the family with a sudden-death playoff win on the first hole at Wailua Municipal Course on Kauai. His brother Charles won the crown last year when he was 20.
Kim Powell, 15, Of Pendleton, Ore., struck out 17 of the 19 batters she faced, and assisted on the 18th out, in a six-inning Ponytail Softball League game. She missed a perfect game because of an infield error. It was the first no-hitter in the league's five-year history.
Billy Newsome, 30, the oldest runner ever to compete for Rochester (N.Y.) Institute of Technology, was undefeated in dual meets as the Tigers extended their undefeated dual-meet string to 69. He had personal bests of 9.7 in the 100 and 21.6 in the 220.
Dale McNamara, 39, of Tulsa, won an unprecedented seventh Oklahoma Women's State Amateur golf title. Coach of the University of Tulsa's women's golf team, McNamara previously won the championship in 1956, '57, '59, '68, '69 and '72.
Mark Gregory, a 12-year-old shortstop for the Wormleysburg (Pa.) A's, hit five out-of-the-park home runs in one Midget League game. Mark batted .750 with 56 RBIs and 19 homers and led his A's to an 18-3 record and the West Shore National League title.