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Faces in the Crowd

Sept. 07, 1992
Sept. 07, 1992

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Sept. 7, 1992

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Faces in the Crowd

Katie Knight-Perry
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.
Knight-Perry, 57, has won 30 consecutive triathlons in the 55- to 59-year-old division since 1990. Her winning streak includes three national championships and two world titles at the international distance.

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David Palac
HAMTRAMCK, MICH.
David, 15, won the 139-pound Junior Olympic boxing championship by defeating Jason Rios of Greeley, Colo., in the title bout. David was named the outstanding boxer for the five weight classes from 112 to 139 pounds.

Jill Pimley
KLICKITAT, WASH.
Jill, 14, won the youth-division pentathlon at the TAC Junior Olympics by piling up 3,351 points, 346 more than the runner-up, Nicole Thomas, of Carson, Calif. Jill also placed second in the youth high jump with a leap of 5'3".

Jay Collette
CLEMMONS, N.C.
Collette, 18, swam to five titles at the AAU Junior Olympics. In the 17- to 18-year-old class, he won the 400-meter IM, the 200 backstroke and the 200 butterfly. He also won the 100 back and the 100 fly for 15- to 18-year-olds.

Carolyn Copcutt
MT. HOPE, N.Y.
Carolyn, a junior pitcher at Minisink Valley High, accounted for 24 of the Warriors' 25 wins to lead them to an undefeated season and the Class B state championship. Over a 10-day period, she tossed four no-hitters.

Billy Kumprey
GREENFIELD, WIS.
Kumprey, 20, won two 180.5-pound wrestling titles at the AAU Grand National Tournament. He pinned Brad Stewart of Middleton, Ind., to win the freestyle competition and pinned Wayne Diduck of Canada in Greco-Roman.

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