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FACES IN THE CROWD

Dec. 09, 1985
Dec. 09, 1985

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Dec. 9, 1985

Michigan
Lou Holtz
Cross-Country
Lance Hamilton
Pro Basketball
College Football
TV/Radio

FACES IN THE CROWD

BILL HENDERSON
MIAMI
Bill, a junior quarterback at Westminster Christian School, broke the state single-game passing yardage record and tied the mark for most completions as he connected on 27 of 37 passes for 466 yards in a 39-38 win over Fort Myers Bishop Verot.

This is an article from the Dec. 9, 1985 issue Original Layout

JENNIFER MAHONEY
BARRINGTON, R.I.
Jennifer, a senior at Barrington High, won her third consecutive girls' state high school tennis championship, defeating Christine Gardner of Cumberland High 7-6, 6-2. Jennifer ended her final season with a 60-2 record.

BOB CATAPANO
RALEIGH, N.C.
Catapano, 34, is coach of the Raleigh Sanderson High soccer team, which extended its national high school record for games without a loss to 72 straight. The previous record was 65, set by Ben Lippen High of Asheville, N.C. from 1963 to '70.

JED PRENTICE
LAKE MILTON, OHIO
Jed, a senior at Jackson-Milton High, won the Junior National C-1 Whitewater canoe and kayak championship for the third year in a row. He covered the 650-yard course on the Nantahala River in Bryson City, N.C. in 3:07.1.

CHRISTA HOLMS
URBANDALE, IOWA

MIKE HOLMS
URBANDALE, IOWA
Christa, a freshman at Valley High in West Des Moines, and her brother, Mike, a senior, won the state high school Class 3-A individual girls' and boys' cross-country championships, respectively. Christa ran the two-mile Ames course in 11:35.1, beating Sara Roberson of Bettendorf High by 18 seconds. Mike's time over the same course was 9:56.5. He defeated Jason Maxson of Cedar Rapids High by 7.5 seconds. It was his second consecutive state title.

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