Kendall, a 16-year-old righthander, relieved in and won all three games for the Canyon Styx team at the Lamar (Colo.) American Legion tournament. He also hit .400 and was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player.
This is an article from the Aug. 6, 1979 issue
Jill, 10, established an AAU 10-and-under long-course record of 1:24.83 in the 100-meter breaststroke at the Schroeder "A" meet in Milwaukee. She also holds state age-group records in the 200-meter IM (2:47.2) and the 50-meter free (31.1).
Sibley, a 35-year-old police captain, won the state target-shooting championship, at St. Cloud, Minn., for the third time. In helping Rochester to its first team title, he established a state record with a score of 893 out of a possible 900.
Barron, 15, established two meet records at the Carmel (Ind.) Track and Field Championships. He threw the junior high school discus 191'7", surpassing the previous record by 25 feet, and put the eight-pound shot 67'5¾".
BEVERLY ANNE BOWES
Beverly Anne, 13, defeated Maria Alana Llamas of Mexico 6-0, 7-5 to win the 18 singles title at the Western Girls Tennis Championships in Dayton. She also won the National Hardcourt girls-14 title in Burlingame, Calif.
Barb, a 13-year-old catcher, led the Pollock Power-hitters of the Brunswick Misses League, a team sponsored by her uncle, to a 10-3 record and the Hudson-Mohawk League co-championship. She hit .646 and batted in 53 runs, a league record.