FACES IN THE CROWD

February 22, 1982

STEVE D'INNOCENZO
HOLLISTON, MASS.
Steve, a senior center at Holliston High, scored a hat trick in a 12-second span during the Panther hockey team's 9-2 win over Westwood. In pacing Holliston to a 14-5 record, he has had 25 goals, 24 assists and two five-goal games.

JASON WHARTON
PHOENIX
Jason rode to victory in the 10-year-old-expert division and won the overall championship at the American Bicycle Association's Grand National motocross in Oklahoma City. He also was named the ABA's No. 1 BMX amateur for 1981.

PATTY METZLER
NORTH JACKSON, OHIO
Patty, 16, won the TFA-USA intermediate girls' cross-country title in Raleigh, N.C., running the 5,000-meter course in 18:08. She has won four state high school girls' championships—two in cross-country and two in the 1,600-meter run.

JACK JONES
DEERFIELD, MASS.
Jones, 45, an anthropology teacher, has coached the Eaglebrook School soccer team to five consecutive New England Junior School titles and a 177-15-11 record over 15 seasons. The Eagles have gone 66 games without losing.

KAY KONERZA
LESTER PRAIRIE, MINN.
Kay, a 5'11" senior forward, has scored 25.6 points a game this season for the 15-1 girls' basketball team at Lester Prairie High. She has 2,024 career points, including a single-game high of 54. She won the state long-jump (17'6½") in 1980.

ALLAN ABUTO
KISUMU, KENYA
Abuto, a freshman at Manhattanville College, kept a soccer ball in the air for 11 hours, 36 minutes, 19 seconds to break the 1980 "world record" by 1:29:41. He hit the ball 85,295 times with his feet, legs and head before it touched the ground.

SIX PHOTOS

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)