FACES IN THE CROWD

August 18, 1985

CLIVE LISTER
SEATTLE
Lister, 49, won the masters kayaking title at the U.S. Slalom and Wildwater championships in Wesser, N.C. for the fifth straight year. His time of 3:27.2 on the 800-meter course beat Tom Cowden of Austin, Texas by 10.5 seconds.

TRACI KENNEDY
CHESTER, N.J.

TERRI SHARPLESS
PRINCESS ANNE, MD.

Traci, a senior-to-be at West Morris Mendham High, had a 25-0 record to lead the Minutemen to the New Jersey Group 3 softball championship. During the season she pitched five no-hitters, including a perfect game, and had 257 strikeouts in 174‚Öî innings and a 0.46 ERA. Sharpless, a Washington High graduate, pitched the Jaguars to the Maryland Class C title. Her 22-0 record included seven no-hitters (one a perfect game), 228 strikeouts in 137‚Öì innings and a 0.24 ERA.

JULIE HABECK
MISSION HILL, S. DAK.
Julie, who will be a sophomore at Irene High, set a national air-gun shooting record at the International BB Gun Championship matches in Slippery Rock, Pa. by scoring 13 straight bull's-eyes from five meters in the kneeling position.

MARK IVANOV
ACTON, MASS.
Ivanov, who will attend Bentley College in the fall, set a national age-group record for 17-to-18-year-olds in the decathlon with a total of 6,196 points at the Athletics Congress national youth championships in Uniondale, N.Y.

ROY EUDY
BATON ROUGE
Eudy, a 1985 graduate of Catholic High, won his third state tennis singles title in as many years while leading the Bears to an 18-0 season mark and a third consecutive state team championship. He will attend Mississippi in the fall.

PHOTODON ANDERSON PHOTOBRICE STUMP PHOTOJIM ELDER PHOTOGENEVIEVE VILENISKIS TWO 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)