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FACES OF THE CROWD

April 22, 1985
April 22, 1985

Table of Contents
April 22, 1985

Hagler Vs. Hearns
Masters
Tulane
Garden State
Denver Nuggets
Baseball
Motor Sports
Marathon
Haynes
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES OF THE CROWD

HENRY ROCHELLE
HOLLY RIDGE, N.C.
Rochelle, a freshman rightfielder for Campbell University in Buies Creek, N.C., set two NCAA Division I records and tied another in a 38-0 drubbing of Radford, going 8 for 8 at the plate with five home runs and 23 total bases.

This is an article from the April 22, 1985 issue

JIM DOWD
BRICK TOWNSHIP, N.J.
Jim, a sophomore left wing at Brick Township High, set a state hockey scoring record of 113 points (58 goals, 55 assists) as the Green Dragons went 21-4-1. Jim's mark beat Tom Gill's 111 points, scored in 1975-76 for Chatham Township.

KEITH BUTTERFIELD JR.
BEDFORD, N.Y.
Keith, 18, teamed with brother Ken, 17, to win the boys' 18-and-under National Platform Tennis Championship, beating Mike Davis and Jeff Holloran 6-3, 6-1. At the 1984 U.S. Open, Keith Jr. and his dad won the father-son tennis title.

KELLEY LAMB
HUNTINGTON WOODS, MICH.
Kelley, a senior wrestler at Cranbrook School, won the 198-pound class in both the Oakland County and Michigan Class B tournaments. Unbeaten the past two years (40-0 this season with 32 pins), he holds a 107-12 career mark.

SONYA TURNBOUGH
STEELVILLE, Mo.

TONYA TURNBOUGH
STEELVILLE, Mo.
Sonya and Tonya are 13-year-old identical twins and forwards on the Steelville Junior High seventh-grade girls' basketball team. Between them they had a total of 308 points and 222 rebounds to lead the Cardinals to a 12-0 season, and each girl scored a single-game high of 30 points—in separate games against the same opponent. The Cardinals won Steelville's eight-team eighth-grade tournament (they were the only seventh-grade team to enter) with a 21-12 triumph over Cuba Junior High.

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