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Faces In The Crowd

Dec. 07, 1998
Dec. 07, 1998

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Dec. 7, 1998

Faces In The Crowd

Faces In The Crowd

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COLOR PHOTO: DAN CURRIER Tony Roventini, Greenfield, Wis. Bowling Roventini, 28, became the first lefthander and the second person ever to roll an American Bowling Congress-approved 900 series. He was also the first bowler to have a perfect three-game set in league play, and his five-man team established a state series record of 3,780.COLOR PHOTO: GREGORY M. FOTA Jason Brader, Bethlehem, Pa. Football Brader, a senior running back at Muhlenberg College, finished the season with 1,278 rushing yards and averaged 127.8 yards per game for the 5-5 Mules. In his two-year career he set a school record for rushing yards (2,684) and was second in all-purpose yards (3,218).COLOR PHOTO: JUSTIN KASE CONDER Pete Wilson, Fresno Weightlifting Wilson, 61, earned the 61-67 bench-press division championship at the World Association of Benchpressers and Deadlifters meet with a lift of 353 pounds. He also won the West Coast Push and Pull Powerlifting Championships open division in bench (374) and deadlift (446).COLOR PHOTO: RADI NABULSI Kristin Austin, Athens, Ga. Cross-Country Kristin, a junior at Athens Academy, won the state Class A girls' championship for the second consecutive year, running the 5-km course in 19:38, the fastest time for any of the state's four classes. She was also the Georgia high school 3,200-meter champion (11:40.38) in track last spring.