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FACES IN THE CROWD

April 06, 1987
April 06, 1987

Table of Contents
April 6, 1987

Indiana
Baseball 1987
Women's Basketball
Golf
Hockey
Sideline
Spotlight
Point After

FACES IN THE CROWD

CARRIE GARRITSON
FULLERTON, CALIF.
Carrie, 10, a fifth-grade runner, set a U.S. age-group record of 35:23 for the 10K while winning the women's division of a Los Angeles road race. The previous record was 37:29, established by Sarah Schwald of Mulkiltio, Wash., in 1983.

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TOM LUEBBE
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA.
Tom, a junior goalkeeper for the Crystal River High soccer team, set a state career record for saves with 443 in two seasons. This winter he averaged 10.89 saves per game. Tom is also an all-county kicker on the football team.

TRACY LIS
DANIELSON, CONN.
Tracy, a Killingly High junior point guard, broke by 237 the state girls' basketball career scoring record with 2,657 points. She averaged 42.5 points while leading the 22-2 Redgals to the Eastern Connecticut Conference title.

BRENT PRICE
ENID, OKLA.
Brent, a 6-foot senior point guard at Enid High, scored 54 points in the Plainsmen's 96-90 overtime loss to Moore High to break the five-year-old school record (50) set by his brother Mark, now a guard with the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers.

PAT HAMLER
EAU CLAIRE, WIS.

DAVE HICKS
ALTOONA, WIS.
Hamler, 19, and Hicks, 41, won 70-meter titles at the national ski jumping championships in Ishpeming, Mich. Hamler, who also won the 40-meter jump at the Junior Olympics in Ely, Minn., took the junior title by jumping 244 and 259 feet for a point total of 167.6, 12.1 points better than Rob Trudue of Canada. In the masters event Hicks, a golf pro, beat Greg Windsperger, the 35-year-old coach of the U.S. ski jumping team, with leaps of 247 and 239 feet for a 162.1 point total.

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