EWING TOWNSHIP, N.J.
John, 10, scored a record 87 goals for the 20-3 Robbins Pharmacy soccer team, twice tallying six goals in a game and once seven. John also led the Ewing Township basketball team to the state championship and was named tournament MVP.
All-America in basketball, all-state in softball and all-district in field hockey, Cheryl, 18, became the first to have a number retired at Bishop Fenwick High. She is the only freshman starter in hockey and basketball for Springfield College.
JAN CHANCE O'MALLEY
For winning the first World Women's Sailing Championship as well as the U.S. Doublehanded Sailing Championship, O'Malley, 31, has been honored as Yachtswoman of the Year for an unprecedented third time.
Averaging 24 points and 16 rebounds a game, Bonita, 14, a 5'9½" center, led Aycock Junior High to a 13-1 record and its second straight city basketball championship. Last year the undefeated Lions won every game by at least 30 points.
January 30, 1978
TED KRONSCHNABEL, MATT HANZEL
In the quarterfinals of the Midwest Squirt Silver-stick Hockey Tournament, Ted, a fifth-grader at Immaculate Heart of Mary, and Matt, a fifth-grader at Nativity Grade School, both 10, collaborated on all of St. Paul Highland's goals to down Bloomington-Jefferson 8-5. Ted scored six goals, each assisted by Matt, who had two goals, each assisted by Ted. The two boys accounted for 16 of the 19 goals scored in the tournament by their team, which finished fourth.