Priscilla Wilde, a junior at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, set a school record of 33 goals in a 17-game field hockey season. She got eight of Bates' 13 goals en route to the state title and five of six in the New England tournament, where Bates won twice and lost once.
This is an article from the Nov. 24, 1975 issue
John Cochran, a senior at Jefferson High in Lafayette, Ind., is the state's top-ranked junior (18 and under) tennis player. Playing No. 1 singles, Cochran led Jefferson to its first state championship, winning all seven matches, and was undefeated in 17 during the season.
Bob Coote and his brother DICKY each scored 20 goals in his soccer season. Bob, a senior at Lynchburg (Va.) College, established a school record with a career total of 97 goals. This year he led Lynchburg to the divisional play-offs with a 15-2-1 record. Dicky, a junior at McLean High, set a school and Northern Virginia League scoring record with his 20th goal, one of five he kicked in a 7-0 victory over George Mason High School. McLean's 12-0-0 record clinches the Northern Virginia League championship.
Margaret Gross, a junior at Nashville's Harpeth Hall High who holds the national high school girls' mile (4:52.3) and 880 (2:10.6) records, won the state girls' cross-country meet, running the 1½ miles through Nashville's Percy Warner Park in 8:31.
Ed Skowneski, a senior at Wayne State, is Michigan's first quarterback to exceed 2,000 yards in career passing (2,331) and rushing (2,456). As a sophomore, the 6-foot 186-pounder led NCAA college division quarterbacks in rushing with 85.4 yards per game.