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Faces in the Crowd

Feb. 10, 1992
Feb. 10, 1992

Table of Contents
Feb. 10, 1992

First Person
Sled Dog Racing
The Knicks
The Tyson Trial
Seattle Mariners
Elmore Spencer
Baseball Cruise
Interview
Point After

Faces in the Crowd

Carrie Zarse
ROCKFORD, ILL.
Carrie, 17, a December graduate of Auburn High, won her third state diving title by beating Jenny Baker of Granite City 434.35-432.85. She also won the 16-18 age group Junior Olympic one-meter title in July.

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Martin Roache
ORANGEBURG, S.C.
Roache, a senior at South Carolina State, was named the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Golfer of the Year and Black College All-America. His string of victories included the National Minority College Championships.

Molly Dietz
GREELEY, COLO.
Dietz, a senior middle hitter on the Allegheny College volleyball team, earned Division III All-America honors for the second straight year. She led the Gators to their fourth North Coast Athletic Conference title in a row.

Greg Simpson
LIMA, OHIO
Greg, a senior guard at Lima High, had 32 points, 13 rebounds and eight assists in an 84-80 win over Hamilton High. The 1991 state player of the year is averaging 30.5 points, 6.8 rebounds and 6.7 assists.

Meredith Bradley
NORRIDGEWOCK, MAINE
Meredith, a junior field hockey forward for the Skowhegan Area High Indians, scored in double overtime to beat South Portland 1-0 and win the Class A state title. She was also named the state player of the year.

Ed Cheff
LEWISTON, IDAHO
Cheff, the 48-year-old baseball coach at Lewis-Clark State College, was named NAIA Coach of the Year. His Warriors went 50-7 and won their fifth straight and seventh of the last eight NAIA baseball titles.

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