Bob, a 6'8" junior forward on the Norwich High basketball team, scored 19 fourth-quarter points in the Class B state championship game to lead the Purple Tornado to a come-from-behind 75-69 victory over Buffalo St. Joseph's. He finished the game with 30 points and was named tournament MVP. Norwich was 29-0 this season.
Hooiveld, a sophomore at Michigan, was named the NCAA women's swimmer of the year after placing first in both the 100- and 200-yard breaststrokes at the women's collegiate championships. She defeated Lydia Morrow of Texas in the 200 by only .03 of a second, but her 100 time of 1:00.47 was a U.S. open record.
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McGuire, a junior first baseman for UCLA, had three home runs and eight RBIs in a 20-15 defeat of Arizona. During a recent four-game win streak he went 13 for 20, with eight homers and 22 RBIs. As of last weekend he ranked second nationally in home runs, with 16, and was batting .394 with 54 RBIs for the Bruins, who were 22-14.
Berkery, a senior attacker on the Harvard women's lacrosse team, had five goals in an 11-10 loss to top-ranked Maryland—the same score by which the Crimson lost to the Lady Terps in the 1992 national title game. It was her third five-goal performance of the season, the other two coming in wins over Temple and Loyola of Maryland.
Chris, a senior on the Muhlenberg High track team, was named outstanding male athlete at the state indoor track and field meet for winning the 55-meter hurdles (7.35), the long jump (23'5½") and the triple jump (48'5½"). His 49'7½" triple jump at an earlier meet was the third-best indoor leap in the nation this year.
Culbert, 66, became the oldest member of the Women's International Bowling Congress to roll a 300 when she had a perfect game during a doubles event at Austin's Echo Lanes. A grandmother of 13 and great-grandmother of three who averages 159, she bowled her 300 as the middle game of a series in which her two other scores were 135's.