CORNELIUS THOMPSON
MIDDLETOWN, CONN.
A 6'7" senior center at Middletown High, Cornelius, 18, led the Tigers to their third straight Northwest Conference title, and a three-year 72-0 record. This season Cornelius averaged 24 points and 18 rebounds a game.

JAN UJEVICH
ALIQUIPPA, PA.
Jan, 16, won the 200-yard individual medley (2:06.7) for the third consecutive year at the Pennsylvania state high school championships. She also holds the national girls' high school record for the 100-yard breaststroke (1:05.69).

TYRANTTYREE
MONROE, MICH.
Tyrant, 17, is the first wrestler in state history to win two consecutive Class A state championships while remaining undefeated. A heavyweight, his career record at Monroe High is 108-4-1 and he is 82-0 the past two seasons.

STANLEY J. ELOWITCH
PORTLAND, MAINE
Elowitch, 35, won the Portland city chess championship for the 16th time in 22 years with a perfect score for the five rounds. The vice-president of manufacturing for Maine Rubber International, he first won the tournament at age 14.

SUE OVERBEY
DAVIE, FLA.
Setting meet records in the 440 (1:01.3), the 660 (1:38.5) and the 1,320 (3:57.6), Sue, 16, led Mc-Arthur High to the Piper Invitational track meet title. She has also won the Class AAAA state cross-country title twice in the last three years.

RICK TURNBULL
ROSEMONT, PA.
Rick, a junior defense-man, scored 12 goals and two assists to pace Radnor High's ice-hockey team to an 18-0 defeat of Upper Merion. In the first game, Rick scored seven goals and had seven assists. He has 72 points in 17 games.

SIX PHOTOS
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)