FACES IN THE CROWD

April 02, 1989

WHITNEY McGILL
CHAMPAIGN, ILL.
Whitney. 10, won the 111-, 222-, 333-and 444-meter races and the all-around title in the girls' Pony Division at the Evanston (Ill.) North Shore Open speedskating meet. It was her 10th consecutive age-group championship.

JON JOHNSON
FORD CITY, PA.
Jon. a senior center at Ford City High, broke the national high school single-season hockey scoring record of 102 goals when he got six in an 8-3 win over Elizabeth-Forward. He finished the season with 114 goals for the 15-5-2 Bulls.

CHRIS THURMAN
BROOKHAVEN, MISS.
Chris, a senior guard at Brookhaven Academy, scored 54 points, including a three-pointer with 51 seconds left in triple OT to clinch an 84-77 win over Madison-Ridgeland Academy in the final of the state private school tournament.

LANCE ELLIS
INDIANAPOLIS

JOEY GILBERT
ORLAND PARK, ILL.

Lance, a senior at Indianapolis Cathedral High, and Joey, a senior at Andrew High, each won his fourth state wrestling championship. Lance, who finished his career with a 177-0 record, became the first four-time Indiana titlist since 1952 when he beat Scott Wilson of Rushville High for the 119-pound crown. Joey, who had a 163-1 career record and is the first Class AA wrestler in Illinois to win four titles, won the 135-pound championship by defeating Stan Valle of Notre Dame High.

TWANNA SHIELDS
HYATTSVILLE, MD.
Twanna, a Northwestern High senior, won the 55-meter hurdles (8.34) and the 55-meter dash (7.16) at the state track meet in Baltimore, to retain the titles she won in 1988. She also ran the state's fastest 55-meter dash (7.00) this year.

PHOTOTOM MORAN PHOTOTOM CAMPISANO PHOTOERIC MILLER PHOTOMICHAEL CONROY PHOTOGEOFF SCHEERER PHOTOSHARON FARMER

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)