FACES IN THE CROWD

February 16, 1987

BRAD NIEMANN
GLENVIEW, ILL.
Brad, a senior guard for Glenbrook South, sank 76 straight free throws before missing, to set a state high school mark and move into second place on the national records list. Daryl Moreau of New Orleans set the U.S. record of 126 in 1978-79.

KIM DOUCETTE
OLD ORCHARD BEACH, MAINE
Kim, a freshman at Old Orchard Beach High, ran the fastest 40-yard dash ever by a woman on the Bowdoin College indoor track (5.2 seconds) in her first high school meet. Bowdoin's Kristi King set the previous mark (5.3) in 1980.

STEVE CALANDRA
EASTON, PA.
Steve, 14, had a 56-3 record with 23 pins over four years to become the first three-time Slate Belt Midget League wrestling champ from St. Anthony's Youth Center, home club of 1984 Olympic 105.5-pound gold medalist Bobby Weaver.

GARY JOHNSON
MORGAN CITY, LA.
Gary, a Morgan City High junior, became the first male to win the International Open Cheer-leading Championship, in Nashville. He also averages 11 points per game for the Tiger basketball team, runs hurdles and has a 3.9 GPA.

FRED WING
LYNN, MASS.

LOUISE WING
LYNN, MASS.
The Wings, who have been married for 36 years but have been swimming as a synchronized pair for just three, won the 60-69 age group competition at both the Golden Age Games in Sanford, Fla., and the Synchronized Swimming Masters National Championships in Fort Lauderdale. Louise, 68, has won a national title in each of the 12 years she has competed. She also coaches. Fred, 74, is a retired Department of Defense contracting officer who began synchronized swimming in 1984.

PHOTOGEOFF SCHEERER PHOTOCHARLES MERRILL PHOTOLEE BALL PHOTOCHUCK ZOVKO TWO PHOTOSGENEVIEVE VILENISKIS

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)