James, a junior at Refugio High, set a state high school record of 7'1½" in the high jump and won two other events to help the Bobcats win the Texas Class AAA track and field championship. In football, he was an all-district defensive back.
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Kelly, a senior righthander at Junction City High, beat Valley Springs 15-0 on three hits for his 65th career victory, a national high school record. He also has 39 career shutouts, breaking the high school record of 29 set by David Clyde.
White, a Boston University sophomore, won the EAIAW track and field heptathlon championship with 5,741 points, winning all seven events. At the AIAW national indoors she won the pentathlon with a meet-record 4,268 points.
Kempf, a Missouri Western State College freshman, pitched 24 scoreless innings to win four games at the NAIA national softball tournament and lead the Lady Griffons to the title. For the season, she had 204 strikeouts and a 0.54 ERA.
Davidson, 63, set four U.S. age-group (60-64) records at the YMCA National Masters Swimming Championships: the 100-yard breaststroke (1:21.96), the 200 breast-stroke (3:02.11), the 200 freestyle (2:23.62) and the 200 fly (3:03.88).
LaVigne, 18, used a ball that he had purchased secondhand for $5 to bowl back-to-back perfect games in the Independent League at Nortel Lanes in Monroe. He's the youngest bowler to roll ABC-sanctioned consecutive 300 games.