Andy, 10, a center on the Squirts in the Clayton Minor Hockey Association, scored a league-record 106 goals and 58 assists in 40 games. He also was voted Most Outstanding Player at a 24-team invitational tournament at Massena, N.Y.
This is an article from the May 3, 1982 issue
Antoine, a 6'5" junior guard, averaged 33 points and 15 rebounds a game in leading Southwestern High to the state Class A basketball finals. In the championship game he had 35 points, but Southwestern lost 79-60 to Flint Central.
Farnham, a 72-year-old skipper, completed a solo crossing of the Atlantic in his 28-foot Shannon cutter, Seven Bells. During the 58-day sail, he weathered two severe storms; during one of them he was tossed across the cabin and broke four ribs.
NORTH OLMSTEAD, OHIO
Jim, a senior at St. Edward High in Lakewood, won the 145-pound Ohio high school wrestling title and led St. Edward to its fifth straight Class AAA state championship. In two seasons, he has won 107 matches without a defeat.
Jody, a 5'5" junior at Heritage High, scored 203 points in eight tournament games to lead the Patriots to the girls' state basketball title. In three years she averaged 22.8 points a game and shot 52% from the floor and 81% from the foul line.
NEW CANAAN, CONN.
Meegan, 10, swam a 27.9-second anchor leg as the New Canaan, girls' 10-and-under 200-yard free relay team won the state YMCA age-group title in record time (1:56.07). Katy Peterson, Sharon Gatt and Brooke Grabarek shared the mark.