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FACES IN THE CROWD

Feb. 22, 1988
Feb. 22, 1988

Table of Contents
Feb. 22, 1988

Calgary '88
Purdue
Todd Marinovich
Olympic Invitational
César Chávez
Calcavecchia
Baseball
Vanishing Centers
Escape
Point After

FACES IN THE CROWD

WENDY ANDERSEN
COKEVILLE, WYO.
Wendy, a freshman on the Cokeville High girls' volleyball team, paced the Panthers to their 54th win in a row and third straight 1A state title, with a .521 kill efficiency and an average of 4.5 kills a game in the state tournament.

This is an article from the Feb. 22, 1988 issue

MIKE STEWART
SUNSET BEACH, HAWAII
Stewart, 24, won the International Bodyboard championships, held off Oahu's Ehukai Beach Park, for the fourth time in six years. Judged on wave-riding technique and creativity, Stewart rode his bodyboard to victory in all three heats.

MARESE WRIGHT
ADEL, GA.
Marese, a 119-pound Cook High senior, led the Hornets to a 15-0 record and the state wrestling championship, winning his second consecutive state title by defeating Daniel Bailey of North Gwinnett High in the final bout.

WENDY DAVIS
BIRDSBORO, PA.
Wendy, a senior guard on the Daniel Boone High girls' basketball team, had 26 points in a 60-33 win over Mount Penn High to become Pennsylvania District 3's alltime leading scorer among girls, with 2,290 points.

NNENNA LYNCH
NEW YORK CITY
Nnenna, a junior at Hunter College High, ran the fastest indoor half mile for a high school girl this season, clocking a 2:13.5 to finish .4 of a second ahead of previously unbeaten Aaronda Watson of John Dewey High.

OMER LEBEL
VAN BUREN, MAINE
Lebel, 49, a heavy-equipment operator, set a world ice-fishing record by catching an 8-pound, 4-ounce brook trout on Long Lake in Maine. The old mark was 6 pounds, 7 ounces by Bryan Nicol of Menomonie, Wis., in 1983.

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