FRANCISCO JAVIER OLIVERAS
RIO PIEDRAS, PUERTO RICO
Francisco, 17, a righthanded pitcher for the Yabucoa Canecutters of the Amateur Baseball Federation, set a league record with 21 strikeouts in a nine-inning game. This year he whiffed 142 batters in 105 innings.
This is an article from the July 21, 1980 issue
Lynn, who graduated recently from Norwalk High, received credit for all of her school's undefeated Softball team's 22 wins. In pitching the Bears to the Class LL state title, she had 191 strikeouts in 153 innings and an 0.34 ERA.
McAdam, a senior at Hobart College, led the Statesmen to the NCAA Division III lacrosse title with a goal and an assist in his team's 11-8 win over the Cortland (N.Y.) State Red Dragons. He had 43 goals and 21 assists this season.
Deanne, 10, won eight gold medals and one bronze and was named outstanding swimmer at the Sakamoto Invitational in Wailuku. She set 10-and-under meet records in the 50-meter fly (34.99), 100 fly (1:17.4) and the 200 IM (2:51.65).
Delano, 75, a retired highway maintenance supervisor, completed his third transcontinental bicycle trip in 10 years when he pedaled 3,100 miles from Davis to his 50th reunion at Worcester (Mass.) Polytechnic Institute in 34 days.
Patsy, a junior at El Paso High, set a girls' state record in the 1,600-meter run (4:56.5) at the Class AAAA state meet in Austin. She earlier won her second Texas girls' cross-country title with a time of 11:34 over a two-mile course.