FACES IN THE CROWD

June 08, 1986

BECKY MILLER
RIVERSIDE, CALIF.
Miller, a Biola senior, became the first NAIA All-America in two different sports for four straight years. This year she averaged 24.4 points per game in basketball and led the Eagles to a runner-up finish in the NAIA volleyball championship.

BOB HERING
EVERETT, WASH.
Hering, 50, driving a 20-foot hydroplane, sped to a world unlimited speed record for outboards: an average of 169.53 mph over a one-kilometer course on the Colorado River in Parker, Ariz. He broke the previous record by 12.1 mph.

LYNN STOCKLEY
PITTSFIELD, MASS.
Stockley, a senior on the U Mass softball team, pitched a perfect game against Hartford and a no-hitter against Boston College. A lefthander with a 20-3 season record, she has given up nine earned runs in 159‚Öî innings for a 0.39 ERA.

SCOOTER WEBB
KELLYVILLE, OKLA.
Scooter, a junior at Kellyville High, stole 91 bases in as many attempts before being thrown out this year, to establish a national high school consecutive-theft record. Scooter finished this season with 79 steals in 80 attempts.

CHRIS BUENIK
CICERO, ILL.
Chris, a 14-year-old competing at 90 pounds, won his third state championship during the Illinois Kids Wrestling Federation state meet. Chris, whose previous titles came at 60 and 70 pounds, has a career record of 270-36 with 138 pins.

JONATHAN REESE
WEST BABYLON, N.Y.
Jonathan, a senior midfielder on the West Babylon High lacrosse team, scored 9 goals in a 13-7 victory over Lindenhurst High and 10 goals in a 22-12 victory over Connetquot. Jonathan had 197 goals and 76 assists in his four-year career.

PHOTOGEORGE ROSE PHOTOGREG RASA PHOTOMICHELLE SEGALL PHOTO PHOTOGEOFF SCHEERER PHOTOJENNIFER JECKLIN

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)