ARCADIA, CALIF. > GOLF
Ashley, a 10-year-old fourth-grader at Highland Oaks Elementary, competed in the 12--14 age division in this year's Southern California PGA Junior tour and won six tournaments, finishing first in total points. She earned player of the year honors and an invitation to the Toyota Tour Cup Series in August. Last week Ashley placed fourth in a field of 70 in the 9--10 age group at the Callaway Junior World Championship at the Lomas Santa Fe Executive Golf Course in Solana Beach, Calif.
GODDARD, KANS. > BASS FISHING
Patterson, a junior at Kansas State, won the FLW College Fishing National Championships on Lake Murray in Columbia, S.C., despite competing solo in the two-man team event after his partner failed to meet eligibility rules. Over three days he reeled in 14 bass weighing 46 pounds, 15 ounces, including a tournament-best 18-pound, one-ounce haul on the last day, to win by two pounds, four ounces. Patterson's victory earned him entry in next month's Forrest Wood Cup in Duluth, Ga.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. > TAEKWONDO
Isabella, a seventh-grader at Conackamack Middle School and a second-degree black belt, won six individual titles competing in the girls' ages 9--11, second- and third-degree black-belt level at the American Taekwondo Association's world championships in Little Rock. She took gold in traditional sparring and weapons, extreme forms and weapons, and creative forms and weapons. A 13-time world champion, Isabella is ranked No. 1 in the world in extreme forms and weapons among girls ages 12--13.