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FACES IN THE CROWD

June 11, 1990
June 11, 1990

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June 11, 1990

Reporter-At-Large
Viewpoint
On The Scene
Books
NBA Playoffs
Brewers
Holyfield-McDonagh
Don Majkowski
Cruise Control
New York Mets
Track & Field
Soccer Italian Style
Focus

FACES IN THE CROWD

JAMES TRAPP
LAWTON, OKLA.
Trapp, a freshman at Clemson, won the 100-(10.12) and the 200-meter (20.61) dashes and ran on the Tigers' victorious 4 x 100 and 4 x 400 relay teams in leading Clemson to its second consecutive ACC outdoor track and field championship.

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ROBIN COLLINSON
GREENWICH, CONN.
Collinson, a junior at Roanoke College, scored seven goals, including the game-winner with one second left to play, as the Maroons defeated Lynchburg College 12-11 to win the Old Dominion Athletic Conference women's lacrosse title.

WIN WILSON
EAST GREENWICH, R.I.
Wilson, 63, a hospital fund-raiser, set a world masters swimming record for the 60-64 age group with a time of 21:46.98 in the 1,500-meter freestyle. He also holds world marks for his age group in the 800 freestyle and the 100 butterfly.

ANTHONY SILIMPERI
NAZARETH, PA.
Anthony, 18, a senior at Nazareth High, broke the 29-year-old school shot-put record with a throw of 50' 3". He also had a 30-7 record for the Blue Eagles' wrestling team and rushed for 752 yards and 10 touchdowns as a football fullback.

CINDY WEIBERT
SANGER, CALIF.
Weibert, a freshman at Cedarville (Ohio) College, pitched two softball no-hitters in two days. She had a six-inning perfect game in beating Shawnee (Ohio) State 10-0 and allowed no hits, and fanned 16 in a 2-1 win over Wilmington (Ohio) College.

C.J. COWGILL
GRAND ISLAND, NEB.
C.J., now 12, won an unprecedented third straight national Elks Hoop Shoot age-group free throw contest. He was 122 for 125 in the competition, including 23 of 25 in the finals. He shot 115 for 125 and 113 for 125 in winning his other two titles.

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