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Faces in the Crowd

June 12, 2000
June 12, 2000

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June 12, 2000

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Faces in the Crowd

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COLOR PHOTO: TIM JACKSON Alexis Joyce, Denver Track and Field Alexis, a junior sprinter at George Washington High, won the girls' 100- and 200-meter dashes, in 11.65 and 23.99 seconds, respectively, for the third consecutive year at the Class 5A state meet. She is undefeated during her varsity career at both distances.COLOR PHOTO: HAMILTON STUDIOS Nicole Neuerburg, Brazoswood, Texas Softball Nicole, a senior at Brazoswood High, struck out 19 batters, a tournament record, in a 1-0 shutout of Bryan High to lead the 34-0 Bucs to the Class 5A state crown. She finished the season with three no-hitters, a 15-0 record, and a 0.00 ERA.COLOR PHOTO: TOM GRIMM/14K PHOTOGRAPHY Andrew Marchetti, Williamstown, W.Va. Tennis Andrew, a senior at Williamstown High, beat Bryan Stonestreet of Bluefield High 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 to win the boys' singles title at the Class AA-A championship for the third straight time. The victory was his 85th in a row and pushed his varsity career record to 108-5.COLOR PHOTO: BRIAN SNYDER Meghan Welch, Framingham, Massachusetts Lacrosse Welch, a senior attackman at Connecticut College in New London, scored five goals, including the game-winner with 51 seconds left, and had three assists in the 13-12 win over Colby College of Waterville, Maine, that clinched the East Coast Athletic Conference women's title.COLOR PHOTO: ED BROUSSARD PHOTOGRAPHY Jared Hidalgo, Lafayette, La. Boxing Jared, 17, scored a third-round knockout over Carlton Odell, 26, to win the 119-pound open division of the Louisiana Golden Gloves Championship for the third straight year. He's also the southern regional champion in that weight class and has a 7-1 record this year.COLOR PHOTO: MARK AUSTIN-WASHBURN Tom Terhaar, New York City Rowing Terhaar, 29, in his fourth season as coach at Columbia, guided the Lions' fourth-seeded men's lightweight crew to its first varsity Eastern Sprint crown in the program's 56-year history. Columbia defeated runner-up Yale by .11 of a second.