FACES IN THE CROWD

September 11, 1988

MICHAEL SCAPEROTTI
PAWLING, N.Y.
Michael, 16, a junior at Pawling High, won the club championship at the Harlem Valley Golf Course in Wingdale, N.Y. He was the youngest of 16 competitors. He defeated Kevin Duncan, 37, 2 and 1, in the final 36-hole match.

SARAH BEHN
FOXBORO, MASS.
Sarah, 17, led Southeast Girls' Scholastic to a basketball gold medal at the Bay State Games by scoring 40 points in a 73-70 win over Northeast Scholastic. Her three-year total of 1,614 points at Foxboro High is the school record.

JERMAINE WALKER
HOUSTON
Jermaine, 12, won three gold medals in the 11-12 age group at the National Junior Olympics in Gainesville, Fla. He won the 400-meter run (55.94) and the 800 (2:10.94) and, sprinting the second leg, helped win the 4 X 400 relay.

MICHELLE GILMAN
ONTARIO, ORE.
Michelle, 17, a senior at Ontario High, won the junior national girls racquetball title for a second consecutive year and then teamed with Cindy Doyle, 18, of Williamsville, N.Y., to win the junior doubles championship, in Denver.

FRANZ GERBER
BRUCE, WIS.
Gerber, 67, a car dealer and a first baseman for the Murry Old-Timers in the Independent League, hit the first grand slam of his 49-year softball career in an 18-13 win over Weyerhaeuser. In 20 games this season he batted .268, with one homer.

JENNY HEFT
GERMANTOWN, WIS.
Jenny, 10, won the 100 meters (14.88) and the 200 (30.6) for girls ages 9-10 in the Junior Olympic state finals, and then won the 50 (7.5) and the 100 (14.5) at the state finals of the Hershey National Track and Field Youth Program.

PHOTOWILLIAM KUEBLER PHOTOCURTIS ACKERMAN PHOTOBILL BAPTIST PHOTOTOM SHANAHAN PHOTOJASON TETZLOFF PHOTORUSS DAVIS

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)