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FACES IN THE CROWD

Dec. 11, 1989
Dec. 11, 1989

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Dec. 11, 1989

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FACES IN THE CROWD

KRISTEN CARPENTER
SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.
Kristen, 6, a midfielder for the Rudleigh Earthquakes, an under-eight Santa Cruz Youth Soccer league team, scored four goals to lead her unbeaten team to its ninth victory, an 8-2 defeat of Santa Cruz Photo. She has 34 goals this season.

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HUNTER KEMPER
LONGWOOD, FLA.
Hunter, 13, became the youngest boy to win the senior division (ages 11-14) of the Ironkids Triathlon National Championship, with a time of 30:19. He has won his age group at the Ironkids meet each of the past four years.

PAULETTA WILLIAMS
GANADO, ARIZ.
Pauletta, a Ganado High senior, had 30 kills in 52 attempts, as well as 10 digs and 8 blocks, in a 15-3, 15-9 win over Monument Valley High which gave the Lady Hornets the AAA North Conference volleyball tournament title.

ROBBIE ALLEN
BUTLER, MO.
Robbie, a senior tailback for Butler High, established the Missouri state high school record for career yards rushing with 7,258, surpassing by more than 1,000 the mark set in 1985. He ran for 3,005 yards this season for the 10-2 Bears.

PHILIPPA RASCHKER
ATLANTA
Raschker, 42, set a world record for women ages 40-44, in the 200 meters (24.84) at the World Veterans Championships in Eugene. Ore. She also established new American marks in the 400 meters (58.07) and the long jump (18'1").

NORMAN BOYMER
WESTLAKE, OHIO
Boymer, 65, a carpenter, had two holes in one in one round of play at the Cherokee Hills Golf Club in Valley City. He used a six-iron on the 150-yard second hole for his first ace and the same club on the 135-yard twelfth for his second.

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