A 6'8½" center, Earvin averaged 28.8 points per game and led Everett High to a 27-1 record and the Class A state basketball title. He also captained the U.S. high school team that won a recent all-star tournament in West Germany
This is an article from the May 23, 1977 issue
LaCost, a junior at Illinois State, won the all-events title at the women's national intercollegiate bowling championships in Milwaukee with a nine-game 1,681. She and LuAnn Calsetta of New York's SUNY-Farmingdale won the doubles.
Keith, a 6'3" junior righthander, pitched four consecutive no-hitters for the Mathews High Blue Devils, including a perfect game against New Kent. Keith's record is 8-1 and he has allowed only three runs in 67 innings, for an ERA of .10.
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John, an 18-year-old catcher for Bishop Dwenger High, slugged two grand slams in the first inning of a game with Adams Central High. John also hit a single in the four-hour, 10-inning battle that ended in a 22-22 tie.
Mike, 12, set records in 66 of the 108 races he swam this season for the Allentown YMCA and South Mountain Junior High. Undefeated in all strokes, Mike is 12-and-under state champ in the 50-yard butterfly and 50-yard backstroke.
A gymnast at Lakewood High, Terry, 16 (no kin to Stan), won the all-round title at the state championships in Dublin, scoring 69.9 of a possible 80 points. He won the all-round in all eight regular-season meets, the state sectionals and districts.