FACES IN THE CROWD

March 12, 1990

RAY TEXEL
WAYSIDE, N.J.
Ray, 16, defeated 248 other riders at the American Horse Shows Association hunter seat equitation medal championships. In the finals he rode a new mount over a course that included a halt, a counter canter and a trot fence.

JANET MAGNER
LEAVENWORTH, KANS.
Janet, a senior at Tonganoxie High, won the state 4A girls' cross-country title when she ran two miles in 12:09.6 to beat Dawn Zimmerman of Lansing High by 6.6 seconds. Janet is the Chieftains' first female state champ in any sport.

DREW RICHARDS
DUMMERSTON, VT.
Drew, 13, won the overall ski-jumping title—in the process defeating the 14-15 and the 16-18 age-group champs—at an Eastern Junior Olympic qualifying tournament. He repeated that feat seven days later in another qualifier event.

KRIS SEBASTIAN
MONACA, PA.
Kris, a senior guard for Monaca High, had 88 points in the season's first two games, outscoring the opposing team each time. She pumped in 46 points in a 62-41 victory over Beaver High and had 42 in a 49-41 defeat of Riverside High.

ED CUTTINO
SUMTER, S.C.
Cuttino, 69, the owner of an insurance agency and an 11-handicap golfer, made his third hole-in-one in a year on the 156-yard 12th hole at Sumter's Sunset Country Club. He has had five aces since taking up the sport in 1946.

VIVA ERVIN
INDIANAPOLIS
Ervin, a 39-year-old customer-service representative, bowled games of 258,299 and 267 for a total of 824, to break the women's state record set in 1985 by Audrey Co-burn of Chesterton. Ervin had 29 strikes, including 18 in a row.

PHOTOMORT KAY STUDIOS PHOTOELI REICHMAN PHOTO PHOTOSCOTT GOLDSMITH PHOTOJEFF AMBERG PHOTOMARY ANN CARTER

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)