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FACES IN THE CROWD

Dec. 21, 1987
Dec. 21, 1987

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Dec. 21, 1987

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FACES IN THE CROWD

ANDREA WILSON
MESA, ARIZ.
Andrea, a junior at Dobson High, won her second consecutive Arizona girls' high school diving title to lead the Mustangs to their first state swimming and diving crown. She has also won three straight Mesa city girls' titles.

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NORM GREEN
WAYNE, PA.
Green, a 55-year-old ordained Baptist minister, set an American record for the 55-59 age group when he finished the Twin Cities Marathon in 2:27:42, breaking the six-year-old mark held by Alex Ratelle of Edina, Minn., by 2:59.

KRISSY NELSON
DULUTH
Krissy, a senior on the Denfeld Senior High girls' volleyball team, did not miss a serve in 354 attempts this season, and 47—or 13%—of them resulted in aces. In her three-year varsity career, she made only five service errors in 916 tries.

GLENN MEININGER
COLUMBIA, MD.
Glenn, a senior goalkeeper at Centennial High, didn't allow a goal while leading the Eagles to a 15-0 season and the Maryland Class B high school soccer title. In 29 starts over the last two seasons, Glenn was not scored on in 27 games.

PAM HOLLANDER
ALBUQUERQUE
Hollander, a 27-year-old receiving clerk, bowled the first 800 series ever by a woman in New Mexico, with games of 269, 247 and 288, for a total of 804. Hollander, who has a 194 average, had a previous best series of 693.

ANTHONY BARBOUR
GARNER, N.C.
Anthony, a senior tailback at Garner High, rushed for 47 TDs this season, breaking the national high school record of 44, set last year by Randy Simmons. Anthony also ran for a state-record 3,125 yards to lead the 15-0 Trojans.

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