Frazier, an 18-year-old boxer who learned the ropes from his father Joe, outpointed Phillip Brown in Indianapolis to win the National Golden Gloves heavyweight championship. The 6'1½", 190-pounder has won all 30 of his amateur bouts.
CRYSTAL LAKE, ILL.
John, 18, had 60 goals and 35 assists in 24 games to lead unbeaten and untied Crystal Lake South High to the Northern Illinois Conference ice hockey title. The center had 11 hat tricks, including one eight-goal, one six-goal and two five-goal games.
Cooper, 47, has coached the Lowndes High girls basketball team to three straight state championships and 90 consecutive victories. He has a seven-year record of 180-19 with the Vikettes and a 10-year career mark of 230-28.
WEST HARTFORD, CONN.
Hickey, a senior at Dartmouth and an All-Ivy defensive end, set an NCAA lacrosse record for consecutive goals in a game. The attackman scored the Big Green's first nine goals in a 12-10 loss to Hofstra to break the old record by two.
April 16, 1979
Kelly, 17, won all four events at the state gymnastics meet in Indianapolis to lead Perry Meridian High to its second consecutive team championship. Her all-around score of 37.20 was 1.85 points better than her winning mark last year.
Mark, a 119-pound wrestler who finished his career at De Sales High with a 147-1 record, is the first Ohio schoolboy to win four state titles. As a freshman he was the 98-pound champ, and in 1977 and '78 he won the 112-pound division.