AL LEITER
PINE BEACH, N.J.
Al, a senior lefthander at Central Regional High, struck out 32 batters in a 13‚Öì-inning scoreless tie with Wall High, called because of rain. He was five Ks shy of the national record, set over 17 innings. Al is 10-0 with four no-hitters this season.

WILLARD IKOLA
EDINA, MINN.
Ikola, 51, coached the Edina High ice hockey team to a record seventh state tournament title as the Hornets beat Bloomington's John F. Kennedy High 4-2 in the final. Ikola, a U.S. goalie in the '56 Olympics, led Edina to a 21-4-1 season.

SHANNON MADDOCK
TORRANCE, CALIF.
Shannon, a senior, scored the goal in Torrance High's 1-0 victory over Alta Loma High to enable the Tartars to win the CIF's Class 4A girls' soccer championship. She had 46 goals for the season, 17 of which were game-winners.

PAT McDADE
WINNEMUCCA, NEV.
Pat, 17, a junior at Albert Lowry High, had a 38-0 record to lead the Buckaroos to the state Class AA wrestling title. A two-time Nevada heavyweight champ, he won 34 of this season's matches by pins—in an average of 54 seconds.

CARLA EADES
MADISON, IND.

RON NUNNELLY
COLUMBIA, MO.

Carla and Ron led the Jennies (27-5) and Mules (29-3) of Central Missouri State to NCAA Division II basketball titles—the first time one school has won the men's and the women's basketball crowns in the same season. Carla, a 5'10" senior guard-forward and the division's woman player of the year, had 22 points in the 80-73 title victory over Virginia Union. Ron, a 6'3" junior guard, was voted MVP in the men's Final Four after scoring 38 in the Mules' 81-77 defeat of St. Augustine's.

SIX PHOTOS

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)