FACES IN THE CROWD

February 02, 1987

CHRIS WILLIAMS
CLEVELAND
Chris, a senior tailback, rushed for 1,032 yards and 14 touchdowns on 119 carries in four playoff games, to lead St. Edward High to second place in the Division I state tournament. He had 303 yards and 5 TDs in one half against Midpark.

BRIAN AINSWORTH
CLOVIS, N.MEX.
Ainsworth, a junior QB at New Mexico Highlands University, completed 214 of 462 passes for 3,038 yards to become the NAIA Division I passing and total offense champion. He holds 16 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference records.

SCOTT VAN HOUSE
VANCOUVER, WASH.
Scott, 8, scored all six goals in a 6-0 victory over the Scavengers to lead the Thundercubs to first place in the under-8 league of the North Central Soccer Club. Scott tallied 34 of the team's 49 goals during the Cubs' 7-1 season.

DIRENE THOMAS
BLACKVILLE, S.C.
Direne, a senior forward at Blackville-Hilda High, had 40 points in an 84-46 win over Denmark-Olar to set a state girls' basketball career scoring record of 2,356 points. The old record was 2,344 points, set in 1980-83 by Katrina McClain of Charleston.

LESLEY CENS-McDOWELL
JOHNSTOWN, PA.
Cens-McDowell, 40, won the women's 40-44 age-group titles at the USTS national triathlon and the Hawaii Ironman Triathlon, and the overall women's title at the Johnstown marathon—all in a three-week period.

ALLISON HIGSON
BRAMPTON, ONT.
Allison, 13, a ninth-grader at J.A. Turner Secondary School, placed second by just .06 second to world record holder Silke Horner of East Germany, when she swam the 200 breaststroke in 2:06.9, at the Esso International swim meet in Toronto.

PHOTOJOHN H. REID III PHOTOCAROL JOHNSON PHOTOWARREN MORGAN PHOTOGINNY SOUTHWORTH PHOTOCHUCK MAMULA PHOTOBRIAN PICKELL

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)