FACES IN THE CROWD

June 05, 1994

Cliff Kronauer
INGLEWOOD, COLO.
Kronauer, 73, a retired Air Force major general, defeated 19-year-old Frank Watson of El Paso, an Air Force Academy sophomore, to clinch the D Division championship at the Pikes Peak YMCA handball tournament. Kronauer won in straight sets 21-5, 21-18.

Flirtisha Harris
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J.
Harris, a senior at Seton Hall, won the women's 200 and 100 meters at the Big East outdoor track meet to give her a total of 15 individual conference titles, the most of any runner in Big East history. She clocked a meet-record 11.54 in the 100 and also anchored the winning 4 x 100- and 4 x 400-relay teams.

Brian Barrett
PARKERSBURG, W.VA.
Brian, a senior at Parkersburg Catholic High, pitched his third no-hitter in a row and his fourth this year in a 2-0 Class A sectional playoff win over Gilmer County High. Through last Friday he was 7-1 with 116 strikeouts in 57 innings, with an ERA of 0.61 and an opponents' batting average of .068.

Samantha Hecht
CORAL SPRINGS, FLA.
Samantha, 10, a goalie for her U-10 city soccer team, had 24 shutouts this season in leading the Crusaders to a 35-0 record and the state U-10 championships. Samantha, who was in only her second year as netminder, allowed just 12 goals during the season.

Greg Brown
ALBUQUERQUE
Brown, a 5'7" guard at New Mexico, won the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award, an honor bestowed upon the nation's best senior male Division I basketball player who is under six feet tall. Brown, who averaged 19.3 points a game in 1993-94, was the Lobos' top scorer.

Daniel Young
BRAINTREE, MASS.
Daniel, a senior gymnast at Braintree High who has competed since he was nine, won the all-around title at the state championships for the third straight year. He broke his school's all-around record with a score of 53.05 and also set school marks in high bar, parallel bars, rings and vault.

PHOTOTOM KELSEY PHOTOJASON WISE PHOTOCHARLIE READ PHOTODAVE BERGMAN TWO PHOTOSCLAY MCLACHLAN

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)