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Faces In The Crowd

Nov. 02, 1998
Nov. 02, 1998

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Nov. 2, 1998

Faces In The Crowd
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Faces In The Crowd

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COLOR PHOTO: KERN'S PHOTOGRAPHY Cedric Houston, Clarendon, Ark. Football Cedric, a sophomore running back at Clarendon High, rushed for 405 yards on 12 carries and scored seven touchdowns in a 54-20 victory over Des Arc High. In eight games Cedric has scored 22 touchdowns and has carried 150 times for 1,630 yards, second most in the state.COLOR PHOTO: JASON BURFIELD Ryan Vierra, Turlock, Calif. Scottish Heavy Athletics Vierra, 30, won his fourth consecutive U.S. title in the heavy events. He also won his third straight World Highland Games heavy events championship with a score of 91.5 points and had a throw of 47'7" in the 56-pound-weight-for-distance event.COLOR PHOTO: JOHN SEAVOLT Tara Seiter, Waldo, Ohio Volleyball Seiter, a senior middle hitter for Mount Vernon Nazarene and a two-time Mid-Ohio Conference player of the year, had 523 kills, 204 blocks, 404 digs and 51 aces for the 40-2 Lady Cougars through Sunday. She is fifth in the NAIA in career kills, with 2,471.COLOR PHOTO: DAVID MACDONALD Christie Bisco, Raymond, Maine Archery Christie, 16, holds world records in the adult and junior women's 12-arrow and 36-arrow events. She was named to the U.S. junior team after ranking second in the composite junior women's standings of five National Archery Association tournaments. COLOR PHOTO: DAVID DUROCHIK Richard Simons, Oak Park, Ill. Cycling Simons, 64, set a masters 60-and-over United States Cycling Federation national track record for the 1,000 meters with a time of 1:16.49 and holds the national mark for the flying 500 (35.82). He has finished first in his age group in 47 sanctioned races this year.COLOR PHOTO: PHOTOGRAPHY BY HARVEY Tina Atwood, Garden City, Mich. Soccer Atwood, a sophomore at Rockford (Ill.) College, had a hat trick in four consecutive games for the 10-6-1 Regents. She scored all five goals in a 5-4 double-overtime defeat of Aurora University and had 30 goals and five assists for 65 points through Sunday.