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FACES IN THE CROWD

June 13, 1988
June 13, 1988

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June 13, 1988

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First Person
Point After

FACES IN THE CROWD

RONNIE MOORE
WASILLA, ALASKA
Ronnie, 13, sank 23 of 25 foul shots to win his sixth straight state free throw shooting competition in his age division. He has converted 87.2% of his free throws in state competition since he won his first event as an eight-year-old.

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MELANIE MORGAN
MONROEVILLE, PA.
Melanie, a junior at Gateway High, led the Gators to their third state girls' swimming title in four years, setting state records in both the 50-yard (23.52) and 100-yard (50.27) free-styles for the second consecutive year.

CHRISTINA IZZO
BROCKPORT, N.Y.
Christina, a senior at Brockport High, won the national scholastic championship in the one-mile race-walk with a time of 8:01. She is also the junior women's national champion in the 10K race-walk, with a time of 62:38.

SIBBY HARRIS
CARROLLTON, GA.
Harris, a 24-year-old gymnastics teacher, set two American women's weightlifting records in the 97-pound category during the U.S. championships by hoisting 121¼ pounds in the snatch and 154¼ in the clean and jerk.

DENNIS CULLEN
DURHAM, N.C.
Cullen, 38, the math department chairman at Durham Academy, guided the boys' and girls' cross-country and track teams to championships in the state independent-schools meets. His boys' track team has now won seven titles in a row.

DALE ROE
CLIO, MICH.
Dale, a junior at Clio High, pitched three innings of one-hit ball as a righty to get a win in the first game of a double-header against Beecher. Then, turning southpaw, he allowed only one hit in five innings to win the nightcap as well.

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