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FACES IN THE CROWD

March 26, 1990
March 26, 1990

Table of Contents
March 26, 1990

Chavez-Taylor
NCAA Tournament
The Players Championship
Dynasties
Pro Football
Zatopek
Horse Racing
Point After

FACES IN THE CROWD

BOB MULLEN
MONTICELLO, IOWA
Mullen, 77, coached his 900th girls' basketball victory in 51 years, as Central City High defeated North Linn High 54-53. Mullen, who also coached boys' basketball for 15 seasons, has a combined career coaching mark of 1,158-550.

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STEVANIE WADSWORTH
HURST, TEXAS
Stevanie, a senior at Bell High, set a national indoor girls' shot-put record with a throw of 50'7½" at the National High School championships, in Syracuse, N.Y. She broke her own mark (49'10½"), set earlier this year.

CEDRIC MOORE
KINGS MOUNTAIN, N.C.
Cedric, an eighth-grader at Kings Mountain Junior High, led the Patriots to their 13th consecutive conference wrestling title by going 10-0 in the 171-pound class. All of his matches were won by pins, six of which came in less than a minute.

APRIL BRENNAN
FORT LAUDERDALE
Brennan, 23, a graduate student at Arizona, placed first in the routine and figures events to win the 20-24 age-division Grand Master class at the Masters National Synchronized Swimming Championships, in Fort Lauderdale.

SONNY ROMANO
GROVELAND, MASS.
Romano, a senior hockey goalie at Pentucket Regional High, stopped 71 shots in a 6-0 loss to North Reading High. The next week, he made 93 saves in another losing effort, North Andover High's 2-1 defeat of the Sachems.

PEPI MENDEZ
DAYTON
Pepi, a second-grader at Precious Blood School, scored 38 of her team's 41 goals as she led the Squirrels to an 8-0-1 record and both the regular-season and postseason soccer championships in the Precious Blood League junior division.

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