STEVE D'INNOCENZO
HOLLISTON, MASS.
Steve, a senior center at Holliston High, scored a hat trick in a 12-second span during the Panther hockey team's 9-2 win over Westwood. In pacing Holliston to a 14-5 record, he has had 25 goals, 24 assists and two five-goal games.

JASON WHARTON
PHOENIX
Jason rode to victory in the 10-year-old-expert division and won the overall championship at the American Bicycle Association's Grand National motocross in Oklahoma City. He also was named the ABA's No. 1 BMX amateur for 1981.

PATTY METZLER
NORTH JACKSON, OHIO
Patty, 16, won the TFA-USA intermediate girls' cross-country title in Raleigh, N.C., running the 5,000-meter course in 18:08. She has won four state high school girls' championships—two in cross-country and two in the 1,600-meter run.

JACK JONES
DEERFIELD, MASS.
Jones, 45, an anthropology teacher, has coached the Eaglebrook School soccer team to five consecutive New England Junior School titles and a 177-15-11 record over 15 seasons. The Eagles have gone 66 games without losing.

KAY KONERZA
LESTER PRAIRIE, MINN.
Kay, a 5'11" senior forward, has scored 25.6 points a game this season for the 15-1 girls' basketball team at Lester Prairie High. She has 2,024 career points, including a single-game high of 54. She won the state long-jump (17'6½") in 1980.

ALLAN ABUTO
KISUMU, KENYA
Abuto, a freshman at Manhattanville College, kept a soccer ball in the air for 11 hours, 36 minutes, 19 seconds to break the 1980 "world record" by 1:29:41. He hit the ball 85,295 times with his feet, legs and head before it touched the ground.

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