FACES IN THE CROWD

January 30, 1984

TIM GOAD
CLAUDEVILLE, VA.
Tim, a 6'3", 269-pound senior linebacker at Patrick County High, averaged 19.3 tackles per game and made the Class AA all-state team, despite playing for the 0-10 Cougars. Through Sunday he also had an 11-O mark as a wrestler.

JEFFREY McDONALD
WEST HAVEN, CONN.
Jeff, 14, a left wing for Marshall's Garage in the West Haven Youth Hockey League, scored three goals in 13 seconds in a 6-6 tie. He missed by one second the world amateur record for scoring a hat trick in the shortest time.

JERRY VICK
TACOMA, WASH.
Vick, a senior goalkeeper at Simon Fraser University, B.C., didn't give up a goal in four tournament games as he led the Clan to the NAIA soccer championship. On the season, he shut out 14 of 23 teams and made NAIA All-America.

SHARON CAIN
SAN ANTONIO
Cain, a sophomore guard at Odessa College, averaged 18.8 points and 10.0 assists through Sunday to lead the Lady Wranglers to a 23-3 mark and the top spot in the women's J.C. basketball poll. She was MVP in four tournaments this year.

JIM SAPIENZA
LOUISVILLE
Sapienza, a junior at Dartmouth, won his second straight Heptagonal cross-country title, running the 10-km course in 24:31.1. He also was the top American finisher in the IC4A meet, placing third, and holds 13 school running records.

RYAN KNIGHT
RIVERSIDE, CALIF.
Ryan, a 6'2", 205-pound senior at Rubidoux High, ran for a state-record 501 yards in the Falcons' 56-6 defeat of Corona High. He finished the season with 2,620 yards rushing and 30 TDs. In the past two years, he has run for 4,597 yards.

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)