Recruited for Bay College in Baltimore by Jamaican Soccer Coach Winston Earle, Andrews, 20, led the Barracudas to a 10-1 record in their first year of competition. The center forward scored 41 goals, including eight in each of two games.
This is an article from the Nov. 21, 1977 issue
Mitzi, 17, became the youngest to win the Georgia Women's Golf Association state championship when she sank a six-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole for a final-round 75 to beat eight-time champion Ceil MacLaurin by one stroke.
A senior at Belvidere High, Randy, 17, established a state record when he rushed for 397 yards in a 42-18 defeat of Vorhees Regional High. In eight games, the 5'11", 175-pound tailback has rushed for 1,589 yards on 237 carries.
Barbara, 17, scored 15 goals in 13 games, including six game-winners, to lead the Woburn High field hockey team to the Middlesex League co-championship. She was the team's high scorer for the third straight year.
In a 60-6 defeat of Laurel Park, Dennis, a senior at undefeated Martinsville High, scored three touchdowns, breaking the state career scoring record of 608 points with the first. The 6'1", 172-pound running back has now amassed 658 points.
Undefeated in 17 cross-country meets this season, Tom, 16, a junior at Cardinal Stritch High, paced the Lions to five invitational championships as well as district and conference titles. He was also the individual state Class C champion.