HOLLY RIDGE, N.C.
Rochelle, a freshman rightfielder for Campbell University in Buies Creek, N.C., set two NCAA Division I records and tied another in a 38-0 drubbing of Radford, going 8 for 8 at the plate with five home runs and 23 total bases.
This is an article from the April 22, 1985 issue
BRICK TOWNSHIP, N.J.
Jim, a sophomore left wing at Brick Township High, set a state hockey scoring record of 113 points (58 goals, 55 assists) as the Green Dragons went 21-4-1. Jim's mark beat Tom Gill's 111 points, scored in 1975-76 for Chatham Township.
KEITH BUTTERFIELD JR.
Keith, 18, teamed with brother Ken, 17, to win the boys' 18-and-under National Platform Tennis Championship, beating Mike Davis and Jeff Holloran 6-3, 6-1. At the 1984 U.S. Open, Keith Jr. and his dad won the father-son tennis title.
HUNTINGTON WOODS, MICH.
Kelley, a senior wrestler at Cranbrook School, won the 198-pound class in both the Oakland County and Michigan Class B tournaments. Unbeaten the past two years (40-0 this season with 32 pins), he holds a 107-12 career mark.
Sonya and Tonya are 13-year-old identical twins and forwards on the Steelville Junior High seventh-grade girls' basketball team. Between them they had a total of 308 points and 222 rebounds to lead the Cardinals to a 12-0 season, and each girl scored a single-game high of 30 points—in separate games against the same opponent. The Cardinals won Steelville's eight-team eighth-grade tournament (they were the only seventh-grade team to enter) with a 21-12 triumph over Cuba Junior High.