Firing a Model 70 Winchester, McLemore won a second straight state championship high-power competition. Firing an M-14, he also earned the Distinguished Rifleman Award, for which he will receive a gold medal from the U.S. Congress.,
This is an article from the Sept. 20, 1976 issue
Competing for the first time in 20 years, Bradley, a 40-year-old public relations man, has won 13 gold medals in Masters track meets during 1976. At the USTFF National Championships he won the 440 (54.6) and the 880 (2:12).
A 12-year-old first baseman for the champion Cubs of the Mile High Little League, Denise is the first girl in New Mexico to be named to a Little League all-star team. She had a .535 batting average in 20 games and hit one home run.
Keith, 18, became the first athlete in the National Junior Olympics to win three gold medals. He took the 100-yard dash (9.73), the 220 (21.48) and the 440 (47.05) in Memphis after his neighbors raised money at a bazaar to pay for the trip.
Brad, 15, captured the qualifying medal with a four-over-par 73, and then became the youngest golfer to win the Rhode Island Junior Championship, beating Al Vallante, 17, 5 and 3. Brad is also the state 17-and-under table tennis champion.
OCEAN SHORES, WASH.
A senior at North Beach High School, 17-year-old Terry is the National Junior Olympic decathlon champion. In his first decathlon competition, he set a state record of 6,223 points. He is also the state high school long-jump champion (22' 5½").