FACES IN THE CROWD

February 27, 1989

KELLY JOY ANDERSON
BRADENTON, FLA.
Kelly, 13, was named the state's outstanding female swimmer of 1988 in the 11-12 age group after winning nine events at Florida's Junior Olympics. She holds the state 11-12 girls' record in the 50-meter freestyle with a time of 27.95.

TOM WIESE
INDIANAPOLIS
Tom, a senior at North Central High, led the Panthers to their third state tennis title in four years with a 26-0 record. His career mark was 104-1, and he was elected to the seven-member all-state team for the third time.

GERALD MITCHELL
DECATUR, GA.
Mitchell, 26, who began boxing only three years ago, beat Brian Sloan of Augusta by a unanimous decision to claim the Georgia Golden Gloves heavyweight championship. He won the same title in '87 and the super heavyweight title in '88.

STACEY INGERSLEV
ELK HORN, IOWA
Stacey, a 5'3" senior forward for Elk Horn—Kimballton Community School, set a state girls' high school record by scoring 18 three-point baskets in a little more than two quarters of play during a 150-41 win over Walnut High.

PATRICK AARON
TRUSSVILLE, ALA.
Patrick, a senior at Hewitt-Trussville High, won a state wrestling title for the fourth year in a row when he beat Jim Nevels of Scottsboro High 6-5 in the Class 6A 140-pound division finals at the state meet. His record this year: 22-1.

TRAVIS WETTLAUFER
WINFRED, S. DAK.
Travis, a sophomore at Ramona High, won the 15-16 age group at the TAC Junior Olympic Cross-Country Nationals, running the 5,000-meter course in Reno in 17:16, nine seconds faster than Andy Bupp of Redwood City, Calif.

PHOTOCHERIE DIEZ PHOTOMARY ANN CARTER PHOTOJOE McTYRE PHOTOSTEVE POPE PHOTOJOE SONGER PHOTOBILL DUNN

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)