KELLY JOY ANDERSON
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, 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.
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.
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, 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.
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.
MARY ANN CARTER