FACES IN THE CROWD

May 03, 1987

TOM GILCREST
VISALIA, CALIF.
Gilcrest, 51, coached the College of the Sequoias women's basketball team to its sixth straight Central Valley Conference championship and the state community college title. The Lady Giants finished the season with a 35-0 record.

KAREN DAHLGREN
BERTRAND, NEB.
Dahlgren, a University of Nebraska senior, won the Broderick Award as the nation's top women's college volleyball player. She led her team to its 11th straight Big Eight title and to a second-place finish in the NCAA tournament.

ORLANDO SMITH
CINCINNATI
Orlando, a Western Hills High junior, set Ohio scholastic weightlifting records in the 165-pound class in the squat (525 pounds) and in total weight (1,355 pounds), and tied the bench press mark (330 pounds) at the state meet in Dayton.

LAUREN KENNEDY
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ.
Lauren, an eighth-grader at Supai Middle School, threw her sixth shutout of the season, striking out 10 batters, to lead the unbeaten Lady Devils to a 15-0 victory over Cocopah and to the Scottsdale district fast-pitch softball championship.

JAY EDWARDS
MARION, IND.

LYNDON JONES
MARIOS, IND.

Jay, a 6'5" swing forward, and Lyndon, a 6'3" point guard, both seniors at Marion High, were named corecipients of the 1987 Mr. Basketball award as the state's top high school players. Jay averaged 21.4 points a game this season and has amassed 1,860 career points, while Lyndon averaged 19.9 and totaled 1,711 in his career. They led the Giants to an 85-4 three-year record and the last three state championships. Both players plan to attend Indiana University in the fall.

PHOTORICHARD DARBY PHOTOTOM SPITZ PHOTOED REINKE PHOTO TWO PHOTOSJOHN SEVERSON

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