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FACES IN THE CROWD

March 16, 1987
March 16, 1987

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March 16, 1987

College Basketball
Indoor Championships
Jacques Demers
Steffi Graf

FACES IN THE CROWD

LEN CEGLARSKI
DUXBURY, MASS.
Ceglarski, hockey coach at Boston College, won his 556th college game on Feb. 9 to break the career record of the late John MacInnes of Michigan Tech (1956-82). He was 254-97-11 with Clarkson from 1958 to '72 and is 309-169-16 with BC.

This is an article from the March 16, 1987 issue

BUCK MILLER
MILWAUKEE
Buck, 13, bowled the highest three-game series for a person his age since 1969, a 258-300-268-826 at Red Carpet Lanes-South. A lefthander, Buck had 31 of 36 possible strikes, and only five 7-pin taps kept him from a 900 series.

BRENDA PATTERSON
TRACY, CALIF.
Brenda, a sophomore forward on the Tracy High girls' soccer team, scored 63 goals, including nine in a 13-2 win over Tokay High, to set an unofficial state scoring record. She also led the 18-3-2 Lady Soccerdogs to the San Joaquin AA title.

KELLIE ROBERTS
SEAT PLEASANT, MD.
Kellie, 17, set a U.S. girls' high school indoor record for 500 meters by running the distance in 1:12.89, .26 faster than the 1982 mark by Maxine Underwood, at a Fairfax, Va., meet. She was the 1986 U.S. high school 400 hurdles champion.

GAIL JACOBS
BOCA RATON, FLA.
Jacobs, a sophomore at Lehigh University, established three meet records at the East Coast Conference women's swimming championships in winning the 200-yard freestyle (1:54.98), 200 IM (2:08.17) and 400 IM (4:31.42).

LOUIS MASINI
RALEIGH, N.C.
Louis, a senior at Sanderson High and the No. 1 player on the Spartans' golf team, used a driver and a five-wood to score a double eagle 2 on the 475-yard par-5 9th hole at the Cheviot Hills golf course. Louis plays to a four handicap.

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