This is an article from the Jan. 24, 1983 issue
Eric, a Camarillo High senior, and Chris, a junior at Mepham High, each defeated 31 other regional qualifiers to win the boys' and girls' titles, respectively, at the Kinney National High School Cross Country Championships. Eric set course and meet records by running the 5,000 meters in 14:35.7 to defeat Mike Connelly of Green Lane, Pa. by 13.9. Chris, the nation's top girl distance runner, beat Michelle Rowen of Turnersville, N.J. by 3.7, running the 5,000 in 16:58.6.
Jeff, a 6'0" Nakina High senior guard, broke the school single-game record of 45 points, set in 1959 by his father, Leroy, now the Nakina basketball coach, by scoring 63 points in a 90-78 defeat of Acme-Delco. He was 25 of 31 from the floor.
Munson, 75, shot one of the lowest strokes-under-age scores ever when he carded a five-under-par 65 over the 6,264-yard Green Meadows Golf Club course in Raisinville. His round included six birdies and was his best in 59 years of golf.
Lutz, 35, an Air Force major, was second in the women's division of the Interservice Worldwide Racquetball Championships in 1981 and '82 as the USAF won back-to-back team titles. She was the only female repeat member on her team.
ST. CLOUD, FLA.
Brent, a 197-pound senior tailback at St. Cloud High, set a national high school record when he ran three kickoffs back for TDs of 96, 90 and 89 yards in a 47-28 win over Leesburg High. He led the state in scoring with 171 points in 10 games.