FACES IN THE CROWD

May 27, 1984

CARLTON HASELRIG
JOHNSTOWN, PA.
Carlton, 18, won the state Class AAA heavyweight wrestling title with a 10-0 record, even though his school, Greater Johnstown High, has no wrestling program. Before the state tournament, he'd never wrestled in a high school bout.

BOB KLEINERT
FRANKLIN LAKES, N.J.
Kleinert, a 28-year-old Wall Street trader, upset seven-time defending titlist Doug Russell 6-4, 6-7, 6-1 to win his first national open platform tennis singles title. A month earlier, Kleinert and Russell had won the national doubles crown.

KRISTY LIECHTY
TUCSON

NICOLE SANDSTEDE
TUCSON
Kristy, a senior, and Nicole, a sophomore, led Sahuaro High to the Class AAA softball championship, pitching in every game of the Cougars' 25-2 season. Kristy hurled three no-hitters en route to a 12-2 record and had an earned run average of 0.69 and 91 strikeouts in 91 innings. Nicole pitched a one-hitter while amassing a 13-0 record, a 0.25 ERA and 32 whiffs in 85 innings. When not pitching, Kristy played shortstop and batted .429; Nicole was a rightfielder and hit .364.

EINAR VIHLJALMSSON
REYKJAVIK, ICELAND
Vihljalmsson, a junior premed major at Texas, threw the javelin 303'1" to break the 14-year-old NCAA record set by Mark Murro, then of Arizona State. Vihljalmsson is considered to be Iceland's best hope for an Olympic medal.

STEVE DICKINSON
BOWLING GREEN, OHIO
Steve, a senior forward for the Bowling Green High hockey team, set a national Class A record with 65 goals (he also had 36 assists) as he led the 30-1 Bobcats to the state title. He has played on five state championship teams since 1977.

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)