FACES IN THE CROWD

May 09, 1982

STEVE KENILVORT
SAN ANSELMO, CALIF.
Steve, a 6'3" senior forward, had 35 points and 16 rebounds to pace Sir Francis Drake to an 87-85 win over Banning in the California Division II high school basketball title game. The victory extended Drake's win streak to 56 games.

GREG CLARK
ROCKY MOUNT, N.C.
Clark, a senior centerfielder at North Carolina Wesleyan College, stole his 55th base of the season and the 190th of his four-year career, the most ever by an NCAA player. Clark reached this sum in 207 tries, a 91.8% rate of success.

MIKEY GAMBLE
BRANTFORD, ONTARIO

STEVE SUK
GLENVIEW, ILL.

Mikey, 6, and Steve, 9, were perhaps the two most prolific goal-scorers in organized hockey this season. Mikey, a 3'3", 47-pound center, had 211 goals in 27 games for HWR Sports, runner-up in the Hamilton (Ont.) Minor Hockey Association. Taunted by an opposing goalie in one game, he fired in 18 goals. Steve scored 342 goals in 57 games to lead Glenview to a 56-1 record and the state Mites title. He is a son of Tae Jing Suk, a former heavyweight judo champ of the Republic of Korea.

TONY SIPP
MEDFORD, N.J.
Sipp, 43, an English teacher at Cherry Hill High School East, ran a mile on his birthday to complete a 32-year-old self-set goal. It was the last of the 24,901.55 miles he had run since 1950, the equivalent of a trip around the world.

VALERIE EVERETT
MIAMI
Valerie, a 6'3" senior center for Southridge High's 20-4 girls' basketball team, averaged 22.6 points and 20 rebounds a game, tops in both categories among girls and boys in Dade County. She began playing hoops only three years ago.

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)