Marsha, 10, won five events at the Indiana AAU age-group swimming championships in Columbus: the 50-meter freestyle (32.25), 100 free (1:10.12), 200 free (2:30.50), 100 butterfly (1:21.11) and 200 IM (2:52.51).
This is an article from the Sept. 17, 1979 issue
Jenny, a 14-year-old pitcher, led the Royal Blue Wildcats to a 12-2 record and their second consecutive West Geauga Junior High League soft-ball title. She had an 11-1 record, pitched four shutouts and hit .667 while knocking in 23 runs.
PARADISE VALLEY, ARIZ.
Dave, 17, won the 220-pound class at the state high school power-lifting championships in Scotts-dale with a total of 1,460 pounds. The Paradise Valley High linebacker and fullback squatted 575 pounds, dead-lifted 545 and bench-pressed 340.
MORGAN CITY, LA.
Rogers, a 44-year-old high school math teacher, set a city bowling record for three games when he rolled an 804 series for D.D.'s Food Mart of the Jambalaya League. Last winter he averaged 223 and led D.D.'s to the league championship.
Brent, 17, and Tim, 16, both lefthanders, led West Perry High to a 26-1 record and its first state class-AA baseball title. Brent had a 9-0 record and a 0.57 earned-run average in 73‚Äö√Ñ√∂‚àö√±‚àö¬® innings pitched, and hit .437 with nine triples and 13 stolen bases. Tim had an 11-0 record, with a 0.89 ERA in 55 innings, and a .362 batting average. Rice pitched the Mustangs to an 11-0 victory over Bishop Klonowski in the state semifinals, while Milligan defeated Oley Valley 4-0 in the finals.