FACES IN THE CROWD

October 02, 1988

SHELLEY BERINGHELE
CULVER CITY, CALIF.
Shelley, 12, a pitcher-shortstop for the Angels, was the only girl to play in the North Venice Little League Major League division the last two years. In that span she was 16-0, with six no-hitters, and batted .539 with five homers.

ALLEN BATES
GASTONIA, N.C.
Bates, 58, used a five-iron to make his first-ever hole in one, on the 153-yard 2nd hole of Pinehurst (N.C.) Country Club's number 4 course. Moments later, using the same club, he scored his second ace on the 150-yard 6th.

DEREK BOWMAN
ERIE, MICH.
Derek, a senior running back and safety for Erie-Mason Consolidated High, rushed 15 times for 230 yards and scored all five of the Eagles' TDs in a 33-8 defeat of Summerfield High. He also had an interception and recovered a fumble.

TEDDY MITCHELL
LONGWOOD, FLA.
Teddy, 16, established a TAC national 15-16 age-group mark in the 3,000-meter run of 8:36.49, which was 20.8 seconds faster than the old record, and won the 1,500 meters (4:03.57) at the TAC Junior Olympics in Gainesville, Fla.

TALISHA HARGIS
HUNTINGTON, W.VA.
Talisha, now 12, was named to the AAU girls 11-and-under All-America basketball team for the second straight year. In five national tournament games this summer, Hargis, a guard, averaged 29.0 points for the West Virginia team.

DAN KOTYK
CANONSBURG, PA.
Dan, 15, a righthanded pitcher for Guyton's of the Eighty-Four Youth Pony League, struck out 21 batters in a seven-inning game as his team beat Prosperity 3-2. He allowed two hits, one of them a single and the other a home run.

PHOTOSTEVE GOLDSTEIN PHOTOHANK WILSON PHOTOJACK ACKERMAN PHOTOJOE BURBANK PHOTOFRANK ALTIZER PHOTOSCOTT GOLDSMITH

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)