Faces in the crowd

May 12, 1991

Ann-Marie Pfiffner
DUBUQUE, IOWA
Pfiffner, a junior at West Virginia, scored 391 points out of a possible 400 to win the NCAA individual air rifle event. The Mountaineers beat the University of Alaska Fairbanks for their fourth team riflery title in a row.

Aron Samkoff
MILLBURN, N.J.
Aron, 7, the youngest participant ever on the Junior Bowlers Tour (age 21 and under), came in 13th out of a tournament field of 67 bowlers, most of whom were teenagers. His highest score on the tour is a 162.

Jwana Bailey
MIAMI
Jwana, a freshman shortstop on the Miami Edison High softball team, hit four home runs, all grand slams, in leading the Lady Red Raiders to a 17-6 win over Miami Central. She had 12 homers for the season.

Ira Gitler
NEW YORK CITY
Gitler, 62, a writer and jazz historian who is coach and right wing for the Gorillas hockey team, led his club to the Sky Rink (NYC) league crown. They routed the Whalers 8-3 in the title game for their 22nd win in a row.

Tara Riggs
CHARLESTON, S.C.
Tara, 10, won five Southern Region Age Group swimming titles in the 10-and-under girls' division and set state girls' age-group records in the 50-meter butterfly (28.96), the 100 fly (1:04.09) and the 200 freestyle (2:07.04).

Darrell Stanley
JEFFERSONVILLE, IND.
Stanley, a sophomore guard at Colorado Northwestern Community College, set a junior college basketball record when he converted 73 consecutive free throws. He went 201 for 223 from the line for the season.

PHOTORON RITTENHOUSE PHOTOHAL BROWN PHOTOLUIS MELENDI PHOTOROB TRUBIA PHOTOWADE SPEES PHOTOROY GOLD

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)