Wendy, 16, won the Southern girls' 18-and-under tennis championship. She is the first Georgian named to the U.S. Junior Wightman Cup team. A senior at Westminster School, Wendy also won Atlanta's city championship this year.
This is an article from the Aug. 1, 1977 issue
Ronny, 14, took gold medals in both the three-meter and the combined five- and 7.5-meter events in the 13-14 category at the International Age Group Diving Championships in The Woodlands, Texas. Drew, who just turned 15, won gold medals in the one-meter and the three-meter events. She won the YMCA national one-meter title earlier this year. Eighty-eight divers from 13 countries competed in The Woodlands, with the U.S. taking 31 of a possible 48 golds.
Saxe and Shaffer achieved a national junior college first by pitching back-to-back no-hitters in a doubleheader for Monroe Community College of Rochester, N.Y. In the first of two seven-inning games against Hilbert College, Saxe, a righthander, struck out 11 in a 7-0 victory. Shaffer, a lefthander, then struck out 16 in the second game, a 12-0 victory. Both pitchers finished the season with 4-0 records; Saxe's ERA was 1.19 and Shaffer's 1.86. Monroe ended the year at 23-4.
A senior at Clark High, James is the only runner in Nevada AAA high school history to win the cross-country (12:08 for 2½ miles), the mile (4:29) and two-mile (9:44) titles in the same season. James is a two-time All-America in cross-country.