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FACES IN THE CROWD

March 13, 1989
March 13, 1989

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March 13, 1989

The Week That Was
Michael Jordan
The Warleys

FACES IN THE CROWD

DAN O'CONNELL
SALISBURY, MASS.

This is an article from the March 13, 1989 issue

DAN O'CONNELL JR.
SALISBURY, MASS.
Dan Jr., a senior forward at Triton High, scored five goals, the first being the 200th point of his varsity career, during a 15-1 rout of Hamilton-Wenham High that gave his 38-year-old father, Dan. his 200th career victory as the Vikings' hockey coach. Dan Jr. has a four-year total of 108 goals and 121 assists, with 32 goals and 29 assists this season. His father has a 16-year record with the Vikings of 207-89-31 (16-4-1 this season), including three straight Cape Ann League titles.

DEVONY CALDWELL
THOMASTON, GA.
Devony, a senior guard, has paced the Upson High girls' basketball team to a four-year record of 105-6 and the 1988 Class AA title. At week's end she led the 27-0 Lady Yellow Jackets with 25.5 points and 10.3 rebounds a game.

HEATHER TAFT
ESSEX JUNCTION, VT.
Heather, a senior at Essex Junction High, won her third Division I girls' gymnastics all-around title in four years, with 34.6 points, a state record in girls' competition. She won all four apparatuses, while leading the Hornets to the team crown.

KEN SNOW
SCHAUMBURG, ILL.

MICHELLE AKERS
SEATTLE
Snow, a sophomore forward at Indiana, and Akers, a senior forward at Central Florida, were the men's and women's recipients, respectively, of the Hermann Trophy as the nation's best college soccer players. Snow, the top college scorer as a freshman, scored 22 goals this season as he led the 19-3-3 Hoosiers to their third NCAA title in seven years. Akers, the first female to receive the award, has 52 career goals, including 11 this season for the 10-3-2 Lady Knights.

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