A junior center for the Trinity College hockey team, Brickley, 20, had a hat trick in each of the Bantams' first four games. As a freshman he led the team in scoring with 22 points, as a sophomore he had 40 points (21 goals).
This is an article from the Jan. 23, 1978 issue
Defeating the defending champion and seven-time winner in the semifinals and the city champion in the finals, Jenny, 14, became the youngest to win the state women's golf tournament. She now holds both the junior and women's titles.
Connie, 18, won her second consecutive national girls 18-and-under junior squash racquets singles championship at Princeton with a 15-11, 12-15, 15-9, 16-13 defeat of Kris Kinney, who was undefeated in women's competition.
A six-foot senior forward averaging 34.5 points a game (.790 field-goal percentage), Amy, 17, scored the 1,000th point of her Springboro High basketball career in an 83-28 victory over Ross High. She was named league MVP in 1976 and '77.
BOBBY AND KEN ELLINGTON
Bobby, 15, and Ken, 13, started playing golf at the age of five and have won a total of 105 trophies. Bobby, a sophomore at Williams High, won the Carolinas Cup, which goes to the top 15-year-old golfer in North and South beating an international field of 132 at Santee-Cooper, S.C. Ken, an eighth-grader at Turrentine Middle School, won the 12-13 age-group title at the Foxfire International Tournament of Champions at Foxfire Village. N.C. over 31 junior champions.