FACES IN THE CROWD

November 07, 1988

JAYNE COLELLA
DALLAS
Jayne, a third-grader at the Edna Rowe Elementary School, won 12 gold medals and set sever state records in the eight-and-under division at the state swimming championships of the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation and the YMCA.

RON HAYES
THERMOPOLIS, WYO.
Ron, a senior running back, had 430 all-purpose yards in a little more than two quarters as he led Hot Springs County High to a 49-20 win over Kemmerer High. Ron scored seven TDs, one on a 25-yard interception, and kicked a PAT.

CHRISTI CONSTANTIN
NEWTON, N.J.
Christi, a senior at Kittatinny High, ran a 2.5-mile course in the Bronx's Van Cortlandt Park in 14:43.82 to beat Deresa Walters of East High in Rochester, N.Y., by 18.07 seconds and win the Eastern States Cross-Country Championship.

BILL SHIREMAN
ORLAND PARK, ILL.
Shireman, 37, a petroleum company president, scored the first two holes in one of his 24-year golfing career in one round by acing two par 3s, the 175-yard 8th and the 124-yard 14th holes, at Glencoe's Lake Shore Country Club.

TAKESHIA QUICK
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.
Takeshia, 13, broke the meet record for girls ages 13 and 14 with a standing long jump of 8'10¾" at the finals of the Hershey's National Track and Field Youth Program. Last year she set the meet record (8'2") for girls 11 and 12.

MIKE MASTERS
EAST WILLISTON, N.Y.
Masters, a senior striker, paced the Williams College men's soccer team to its 23rd straight win by scoring once in a 3-1 defeat of Babson. With 14 goals and 7 assists this year, he has become the Ephmen's career scoring leader with 102 points.

PHOTOLOUIS DeLUCA PHOTODAVID HUBER PHOTORICHARD ATAMIAN PHOTOGEOFF SCHEERER PHOTOCRAMER GALLIMORE PHOTOTHOMAS W. BLEEZARDE

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