Corey, a junior center for the Palmer High hockey team, set a state scoring record with 77 points (36 goals and 41 assists) in 18 games. He didn't accumulate any penalty minutes during the season, as he led the Terrors to a 16-2 record.
This is an article from the May 7, 1984 issue
Hart, a freshman right-fielder for Kansas, went 5 for 8 with 10 RBIs to lead the Jayhawks to a double-header sweep of Missouri Western. His two grand slams in the second inning of the nightcap are believed to be an NCAA record.
Terry, 13, won her third girls' youth barebow title in four years at the National Field Archery Association Indoor Championship. She scored 522 points out of a possible 600 to beat Lori Stelck of Cushing, Minn., who had 510.
Merriman, 28, a tackle-shop owner, caught a 16'3", 1,649-pound Pacific blue marlin, unofficially the largest ever, on 130-pound test, off Hawaii's Kona Coast. The fish, which was 90 inches in girth, took almost three hours to boat.
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Troy, a 6'4" senior guard at Anderson High, and Delray, a 6'4" senior guard at Michigan City Rogers, were the state's two top scorers, with 35.3 and 33.4 points per game, respectively, and led their teams to the third round of the Indiana high school tournament. Troy, who had 1,966 career points, will attend Purdue, while Delray, who had 2,324 career points and was one of two high schoolers invited to try out for the U.S. Olympic team, will go to Indiana.