SANTA ROSA, CALIF.
Kelly, 71, a 24-handicap golfer, had 10 holes-in-one in 1992. She made nine aces at the Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club—three each on the 142-yard 4th hole, the 144-yard 15th and the 121-yard 17th. She also aced the 107-yard 5th at nearby Fountaingrove Resort and Country Club. She has had 15 holes-in-one lifetime.
Tyrone, a senior wrestler at South Iredell High, through Monday had a 19-0 record and 16 pins this season. He was the winner at 160 pounds at the state meet last year after finishing second as a sophomore (152 pounds) and a freshman (145 pounds). In football he set a state career-rushing mark of 6,614 yards, breaking the old record by 392 yards.
Davenport, 50, became the first American to win a world squash title when she defeated Carol Ashby of Vancouver 3-0 in the finals of the 50-and-over division at the women's world championships. A squash player since the age of 14, Davenport has earned 35 U.S. titles, including two national women's open singles crowns, in 1965 and '69.
SALT LAKE CITY
Marlow, a senior who competed in women's gymnastics for the University of Utah, was awarded the Broderick Cup as the nation's outstanding female college athlete. She won an NCAA-record four individual titles at the 1992 NCAAs and led the Utes to their second team crown in three years. She was named an All-America 12 times.
Sylvester Ford II
Sylvester, a senior basketball guard at Farley High who was a third-team high school All-America as a junior, had averaged 20.4 points and 6.2 rebounds a game and shot 89.4% from the free throw line in leading the Bulldogs to a 23-1 mark through last weekend. He scored a season-high 36 points in a victory over Hamilton High.
Claudine, a senior goalie for the Verona High boys' hockey team, as of Monday had a 3.40 goals-against average and had led the Hillbillies to an 11-5-1 record. A hockey player since the age of eight, she had a 4.33 goals-against average last year, her first as the Verona High starter, and helped the Hillbillies earn a berth in the state tournament.