Michelle, 17, set three national 14-to 16-year-old age-group powerlifting records in the 148-pound class and two in the 132-pound class. She is the Michigan teen-age girls' champion in those classes, and she holds eight state records.
This is an article from the Feb. 27, 1984 issue
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OHIO
Mike, a senior center on the University School ice hockey team, scored six goals in the Preppers' 11-1 trouncing of Valley Forge High. Mike, who averaged 1.5 goals per game for the 20-8 Cleveland city champs, had six hat tricks this year.
STONE MOUNTAIN, GA.
Holman, 37, an Army staff sergeant, bowled two perfect games in one week. He rolled a 300 in the City Match Game Championship at Bank-head Lanes in Atlanta on Jan. 22, five days after a perfecto at the Fairlanes in Stone Mountain.
Eric, 17, is the first handball player to win the U.S. junior one-, three-and four-wall championships in the same year. He also hit .410 and started in rightfield for the champion Bayside Yankees Mickey Mantle League baseball team.
Chrissi, a 5'11" senior forward for the Duquesne women's basketball team, and her identical twin, Connie, a 5'10" senior guard at Syracuse, each scored the 1,000th point of her career in a six-day span. Chrissi, a four-year starter and co-captain of the Duchesses, through Sunday, was averaging 11.5 points per game in 1983-84, while Connie, a four-year starter and the captain of the Orangewomen, was scoring 12.7 points and handing out 5.2 assists per game.