June 28, 1976
June 28, 1976

Table of Contents
June 28, 1976

Great Pate
Bowie And Charlie
Good Times
Horse Racing
Pro Basketball
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Judi Warren, a senior at Warsaw (Ind.) High, averaged 20.7 points, seven assists and five steals, leading her team to a 20-0 record and the girls' state basketball championship. The 5'1" guard was named "Miss Basketball" for the Indiana-Kentucky all-star game.

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Lisa McDowell, a junior at O'Gorman High, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., won the 100- and 220-yard dashes and the 180-yard hurdles at the state track meet, lowering her state hurdle record to :22.5. She also anchored the 440-yard relay team to a record clocking of :49.6.

Ken Lisko, a sophomore at Cardinal Mooney High in Youngstown, Ohio, hit five consecutive home runs in a 16-3 win over Boardman High. They were his first homers in 11 games. Altogether, Lisko drove in 12 runs and raised his season batting average to .455.

Darrell Hurley, 12, pitching for Ponderosa Oil in the Asheboro (N.C.) Recreation League, had a no-hitter in the season's third game and went 5 for 5 at the plate, including three grand-slam home runs. Darrell is regularly a catcher and has a .500 batting average.

Vickie Cook, 12, of Northridge, Calif., set two AAU girls' age group track records. In Phoenix she won the 880-yard run in 2:22.7, and in Los Angeles she won the mile in 5:02.1. Vickie holds the record in the mile racewalk (7:58) and has run the two miles in 11:10.

Vincent Goldsmith, a junior at Mount Tahoma High School, Tacoma, Wash., set a national men's 16-and-under shotput record with a 65'10" toss at the Franklin Pierce Invitational in Parkland, Wash. He has thrown the 12-pound shot beyond 65' five times.