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Faces in the Crowd

May 11, 1992
May 11, 1992

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May 11, 1992

From The Editor-In-Chief
Kentucky Derby
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Andre Agassi
NBA Playoffs
America's Cup
Lenny Dykstra
Andretti
Point After
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Faces in the Crowd

Jim Glasser
ATLANTA
Glasser, 43, the wrestling coach at the Lovett School, led the Lions to their 13th undefeated season and their third state championship in a row. His teams have a 211-9-3 dual-meet record during his 17 seasons.

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Camille Root
MOBILE, ALA.
Camille, an eighth-grader at St. Paul's, won varsity indoor girls' state titles in the 60-yard high hurdles and the 440 dash. As a seventh-grader she won outdoor girls' state crowns in the 100-meter high and 300 intermediate hurdles.

Randy Livingston
NEW ORLEANS
Randy, an All-America junior point guard at Isidore Newman High, averaged 26.3 points, 6.6 assists and 9.2 rebounds a game to lead the Greenies to a 32-2 record and a second consecutive state title.

Cary Wendell
ARROYO GRANDE, CALIF.
Cary, a senior outside hitter for Arroyo Grande High, was named the national high school female volleyball player of the year for the second season in a row. She led the Eagles to a second straight state crown.

Brian Zimmerman
WARREN, OHIO
Zimmerman, a senior at Carnegie Mellon, earned five All-America citations at the Division III swim championships, giving him 15 such awards in his career. He holds or shares eight school freestyle and relay records.

Rhonda Mitchell
HOGANSBURG, N.Y.
Rhonda, a sophomore forward on the Northfield (Mass.) Mount Hermon School girls' ice hockey team, scored 53 goals and had 27 assists in 17 games. She figured in 77% of the Big Red's scoring plays.

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