Larry, a June graduate of Lookout Valley High, had a three-year pitching record of 34-5, 470 strikeouts in 217⅖ innings, four no-hitters, including a perfect game, and 13 one-hitters. This season he also batted .410 with 14 home runs.
This is an article from the Aug. 25, 1980 issue
Foster, 19, and Beth, 15, won the boys' and girls' titles, respectively, in the Baltimore/Washington Youth Duckpin Bowling Invitational in Laurel, Md. Campbell, who rolled eight games on the last day, beat Kerrick Keenan in the finals by 12 pins. Yingling set world junior records for five-, 10- and 15-game sets before routing defending champion Melanie Gonsalves by 62 pins. Earlier she also set the world junior three-game mark with a 506 set.
STEVENS POINT, WIS.
Cindy, 17, won her third straight WISAA girls' 440-yard-dash title in an association-record 58.9 at the state meet in Appleton. She also won her second 220—in a record 25.8—and her first 100 titles, and placed fourth in the long jump.
A.L. (PETEY) JACOBS
Jacobs, 64, the baseball coach at the Collegiate Schools, has a 19-year record of 265-97. In 13 years in the Virginia Prep League his teams have won eight titles and finished second five times. His basketball-coaching record was 447-162.
Pam, a fifth-grade pitcher in the Brunswick Minor League, had nine of her unbeaten softball team's 12 wins and batted .610. In a game in the Hudson Mohawk Minor all-star tournament, she threw a no-hitter, struck out 18 and got three hits.