FACES IN THE CROWD

September 07, 1986

SHANE COLLINS
BOZEMAN, MONT.
Shane, a 17-year-old senior at Bozeman High, won his second consecutive TAC national Junior Olympic shot put title for his age group, in Lincoln, Neb. His 65'½" throw was the best effort by a high-schooler in the nation this year.

PAT MILTON
MUNROE FALLS, OHIO
Milton, a 33-year-old housewife, defeated Pauline Whitacre of Canton by seven strokes to win her second consecutive Akron District Women's Golf Association tournament. Milton shot a 14-over-par 233 for 54 holes.

CHRIS COMBS
RALEIGH, N.C.
Chris, 11, led Shelter Ltd. to a 17-0 record and the city Little League championship. Chris, whose dad was Catfish Hunter's catcher in high school, had a 6-0 pitching record and a 1.18 ERA with 72 strikeouts in 35⅖ innings; he batted .707.

KATIE HORSTMAN
MINSTER, OHIO
Horstman, 51, has led her Minster High girls' track team to a 57-1 dual-meet record. In 12 years, the Wildcats have won seven state championships and finished second four times. She was named NHSACA's 1986 coach of the year.

MIKE RIZZER
WEXFORD, PA.
Rizzer, a 170-pound, 6'1" freshman at St. Francis (Pa.) College, was one of six volleyball players recently named to the Junior Olympic All-America team. In his three years on the North Allegheny High team, the Tigers were 31-1.

ASHLEY HOSTER
TULSA
Ashley, a nine-year-old fourth-grader at Emerson Elementary, set an age-group world record in pogo-stick rope jumping with 2,578 consecutive jumps. It took her nearly 30 minutes to better the 1985 record of Casey Smith by 104 jumps.

PHOTO PHOTOED SUBA JR. PHOTOCHRIS SEWARD PHOTODENNIS LAMAN PHOTOFRED VUICH PHOTOMICHAEL WYKE

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)