FACES IN THE CROWD

January 22, 1990

JOY BUBENZER
CRESTVIEW HILLS, KY.
Joy, a senior left wing at Dixie Heights High, scored four goals in the Lady Colonels' 6-0 win over Notre Dame Academy in the regional championship. She finished her career with 145 goals, believed to be a state girls' soccer record.

JIMMY WHITE
EUGENE, ORE.
Jimmy, 8, aced the 106-yard par-3 3rd hole at the Springfield Country Club with a driver, to become the youngest golfer to shoot a hole in one in 1989. Jimmy also won the club's peewee junior title, the only tournament he has entered.

PHIL PINCINCE
MANVILLE, R.I.
Pincince, 34, coached the Brown women's soccer team to a 5-0-1 Ivy League record and its eighth straight conference title. The Bears, who were 11-3-1 overall this year, are 131-55-13 for Pincince's 13 seasons at the helm.

MICHELE FEROAH
MILFORD, MASS.
Feroah, a senior setter at Bates College, led the Bobcats to the ECAC Division III North women's volleyball title and a 36-0 record. Feroah, who had 886 assists for the season, ranked fifth in the nation, with an average of 10.938 per game.

NICOLE HAISLETT
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.
Nicole, a senior at Lake-wood High, swam the 100-yard freestyle at the state Class 3A meet in 49.66, bettering the national women's record by .10. She also broke her own state mark in the 50 free by .08 with a 22.99.

BRIAN MILNE
UNION CITY, PA.
Brian, a junior running back at Fort LeBoeuf High, rushed for a total of 2,430 yards—second-most in state history—on 350 carries and scored 31 touchdowns as the Bisons went 9-1 and won the league title for the fourth straight year.

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