JAMES BOWEN PARKS
Bo, a sophomore, struck out 20 batters while pitching his second prep no-hitter for Summerville High School, a 3-0, seven-inning defeat of conference rival Berkeley High. This season he has a 7-0 record, with 86 strikeouts in 48⅖ innings.
ESTANCIA, N. MEX.
Renee, 17, a senior at Estancia High School, is a two-time state Class AA champion in the high jump. She already has cleared 5'5" this season. The versatile Renee is an all-state athlete in track as well as in volleyball and basketball.
MT. KISCO, N.Y.
Richard, now 15, holds three national 13-14 age-group records for the backstroke: 200 meters (2:08.12), plus 200 yards (1:54.80) and 100 meters (59.77). He ranks 27th in the world and 13th in the nation in the 200-meter backstroke.
Sharon, 16, became the first U.S. woman gymnast to score as many as 39.05 points out of a possible 40 at an invitational meet in Fresno, Calif. She scored 9.90 in the vault, 9.60 on the beam, 9.85 on the uneven bars, 9.70 in the floor exercise.
April 30, 1978
MT. VERNON, N.Y.
A shortstop for the University of Virginia, Sposato, 21, tied the NCAA record by hitting four home runs in one game. He had two in one inning, including a grand slam. He also had 10 RBIs as the Cavaliers beat Maryland 28-5.
RENITA ANN DINGLE
UPPER MARLBORO, MD.
Renita, 17, a junior at Frederick Douglass Senior High School, ran the 60-yard dash in 6.9 seconds to break her meet record of 7.2 at the Maryland State AB Indoor Track Meet, which was held at the Naval Academy in Annapolis.