Kelly, a senior at Dexter High, won the state girls' cross-country title and led her team to its second straight league crown. A girls' track high school All-America, she was the state high school girls' two-mile champ in 1981 and '82.
ANGELS CAMP, CALIF.
Slade, 34, a rafting guide, has led first descents of 20 of the world's wildest rivers and has flipped boats on four continents. He most recently retraced John Wesley Powell's 1869 trip of 1,200 miles down the Green and Colorado rivers.
King, 19, a striker for the Fairleigh Dickinson University soccer team, led all collegians in scoring with 31 goals, seven of which came in a game against Monmouth (N.J.) College. He helped FDU to its first berth in the NCAAs since 1975.
Deborah, a 5'10" sophomore forward-center for Delta State, had 40 rebounds in an 83-79 OT win against Alabama-Birmingham to break the NCAA women's record by 10. Her 28.2 scoring average is second in the nation.
TOM (Corky) DENISSON
Denisson, 38, a bricklayer, and Chris, a senior at Hanover (N.H.) High, both won ski-jumping titles at the U.S. Ski Association championships in Westby, Wis. Denisson was first in the master's class (27 and older) with jumps of 66 and 77 meters. Chris, whose brother, Jeff, is on the U.S. national team, won the 90-meter junior class (18 and under) with leaps of 100 and 94 meters. He represented the U.S. last week at the World University Games in Bulgaria, finishing 13th in the 70-meter.