Blair, 18, an All-State quarterback and the most heavily recruited high school player in Indiana, passed for 192 yards and two TDs and punted for a 40.4-yard average as unbeaten Columbus East defeated Hobart for the state AAA title.
PRETORIA, S. AFRICA
Sacks, 20, scored on a direct kick in the sixth overtime to give Miami-Dade South a win over New York's Fulton-Montgomery and the national JC soccer title. With three goals and an assist in the tournament, Sacks was named offensive MVP.
HAGUE, N. DAK.
Laura, 17, a starter for Hague High (enrollment, 38) since she was a seventh-grader, is the most prolific scorer (with 2,809 points) ever in girls' five-to-a-side basketball in North Dakota. This season she had a 29.6-point average.
LOVINGTON, N. MEX.
Heidebrecht, 30, a fourth-year coach at New Mexico Junior College, guided the Thunderbirds to 1979 national JC titles in cross-country and indoor and outdoor track. No junior college had hitherto won all three in the same year.
Richard, a running back for the Sandusky High freshman team, rushed for 246 yards on five carries and returned two punts for 150 yards and two TDs in a 44-0 win over Fremont Ross. He finished the season with 1,294 yards rushing.
LT. PHIL CAMP
Camp, a 32-year-old U.S. Navy flight instructor who has been running for 16 years, beat 6,472 other starters to win the fourth Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C. His time of 2:19:35 qualified him for the Olympic Trials.