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FACES IN THE CROWD

April 11, 1988
April 11, 1988

Table of Contents
April 11, 1988

Final Four
UCLA
Yankees
Women's NCAAs
Davis Cup
Four Golfers
Pro Football
Horse Racing
Hockey
Golf
On The Scene
Indoor Soccer
Point After

FACES IN THE CROWD

RODNEY JOHNS
PHOENIX
Johns, a Grand Canyon College senior guard, scored 80 points, including successive last-second, game-winning baskets, as the Antelopes beat Waynesburg in the semis 108-106 and Auburn-Montgomery 88-86 for the NAIA title.

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LISA LONGAKER
LAKEWOOD, CALIF.
Longaker, a sophomore pitcher at UCLA, has a 15-1 record with a 0.07 ERA for the top-ranked, 32-3 Bruin softball team. She had four shutouts at an invitational tournament in San Jose, including a 9-0 win over Nebraska for the title.

DUANE WILSON
BURLINGTON, N.C.
Duane, a 119-pound senior wrestler at Cummings High, had a 140-4 record over four varsity seasons to set a state record for most career victories. A two-time state champion, he was undefeated in 74 matches over the past two years.

KIERSTEN RATTRAY
HORSEHEADS, N.Y.
Kiersten, a senior middle hitter, guided the Horse-heads High girls' volleyball team to its 12th straight league crown and the Class A regional championship. She led the Blue Raiders in serving points (238), kills (207) and blocks (103).

CRAIG LOGAN
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA
Logan, a 26-year-old pastry chef, beat 105 runners and won the 11th annual race up the 1,575 steps of the Empire State Building. Logan's time to the 86th floor, 11:29, was only 8½ minutes slower than it takes the elevator to make the same trip.

SYBIL SMITH
FRESNO, CALIF.
Smith, a senior, placed sixth in the 100-yard backstroke at the NCAA championships, becoming Boston University's first All-America swimmer. She had an 80-0 career dual-meet record and set a school mark of 56.02 in the 100 back.

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