At the National AAU Masters Track and Field championships in Gresham, Ore., Dr. Andberg, a 65-year-old veterinarian, set two age-group world records with a 4:59.14 1,500 meters and an 18:33 5,000. He also won the 800 and 10,000 meters.
This is an article from the Aug. 2, 1976 issue
NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.
A 14-year-old freshman spiker, Cheryl was selected most valuable player of the AAU Volleyball Junior Olympics in Lombard, Ill., after pacing her Orange County Club teammates to the girls' 14-and-under national championship.
At a hometown AAU meet, eighth-grader Kevin broke his own national age-group (12 and 13) record with a 13'2" pole vault and his state 70-yard low-hurdle record with an 8.7. He also holds the state triple-jump record of 40' 10½".
LAS VEGAS, NEV.
At 17 Eric is the youngest golfer ever to win the Nevada amateur. He shot a 6-over-par 221 in the 54-hole event played at three Las Vegas courses to tie three others, then took the sudden-death playoff with a par on the 4th hole.
For the third year in a row, Ken, a Tower Hill School senior, won three firsts at the State Group II high school track championships. On the rain-soaked oval he ran the 100 meters in 10.8, the 200 in 22.3 and the 110 high hurdles in 14.6.
Regional Junior Olympic judo champ for four consecutive years, Bob, a Mather High sophomore, took first place in the 14-year-old lightweight division at the AAU-USJF Nationals held in Edison, N.J.—his third USJF title in five years.