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FACES IN THE CROWD

Nov. 16, 1987
Nov. 16, 1987

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Nov. 16, 1987

Not So Big Eight
Chicago Bears
Bill Russell
Smith And Snow
Matthew Hilton
Television
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Spotlight
Point After

FACES IN THE CROWD

LEO WILLIAMS
AUBURN, MASS.
Williams, 50, the soccer coach at Auburn High, earned his 200th career victory when the Dandies shut out Burncoat High 8-0. For his 20 seasons at Auburn, Williams has a record of 205-59-30, and he is 18-0-1 this season.

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JERRY MARKS
CATAWISSA, PA.
Jerry, a senior halfback at Southern Columbia High, ran for 317 yards on 37 carries in a 34-29 win over Danville High. Touchdown runs of 16, 20, 35 and 69 yards gave him 90 TDs and 560 points, both state scholastic career records.

RUTH ANN STEVENS
SALT LAKE CITY
Ruth Ann, a senior at Brighton High, beat Allison Bradford of Skyline High 4-6, 7-5, 6-1 to win her fourth straight state Division 4-A singles tennis championship and lead the Bengals to their seventh consecutive team title.

RADAMES RIVERA
PHILADELPHIA
Radames, a senior at Franklin Learning Center, scored twice in a 6-1 soccer win over Franklin High to set a Public League career record of 100 goals. The old mark was set by Paolo Gamboro of Roxborough, Pa., from 1975 to '77.

JOAN BOAND
SPRING LAKE, MICH.
Boand won her 400th game (against 183 losses) as women's volleyball coach when Grand Valley State beat St. Joseph's 15-12, 13-15, 15-5, 16-14. Including basketball and Softball, her college coaching record is 620-257.

DALE AMOS
COLLINGS LAKES, N.J.
Amos, a junior wide receiver at Franklin and Marshall College, broke by six the NCAA Division III record for yards receiving in a game when he caught 12 passes for 309 yards and one TD in a 14-13 win over Western Maryland.

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