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Faces in the Crowd

Oct. 16, 2000
Oct. 16, 2000

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Oct. 16, 2000

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Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Albert Kim and Mark Mravic

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COLOR PHOTO: TOM EWART Oskar Johansson, MALMO, SWEDEN Tennis Johansson, a senior at Arkansas, won the men's singles title at the T. Rowe Price national clay court championships, the first leg of the college Grand Slam, by beating Virginia senior Brian Vahaly 5-7, 7-5, 6-2. He had also won the River Oaks Invitational a week earlier.COLOR PHOTO: KYLE CHRISTY Heather Catlin, ATLANTA Volleyball Heather, a senior outside hitter at the Marist School, led the War Eagles girls' team to the championship of the East-West Invitational with 45 kills, 18 digs and a .980 serving percentage in seven matches, including a 15-17, 15-9, 15-5 win over Harrison High in the final.COLOR PHOTO: MICHAEL QUARTERMAN David Koral, LOS ANGELES Football David, a senior at Palisades High, set a national high school record by passing for 764 yards in a 48-30 win over Grant High of Van Nuys, breaking the mark of 672 set last year by Rhett Lashlee of Shiloh Christian High in Springdale, Ark. David was 39 for 59 and threw for seven touchdowns.COLOR PHOTO: MICHAEL FERNANDEZ0 Kathy Tierney, WEST CHESTER, PA. Field Hockey Tierney, 43, the coach at Lebanon Valley College in Annville, won her 200th career game when her Flying Dutchwomen, top ranked in Division III, beat Swarthmore College 3-0. Tierney, who will become Lebanon Valley's athletic director after this season, has been to nine NCAA tournaments.COLOR PHOTO: JIM LUZZI Ricardo Santos, NEW YORK CITY Cross-Country Santos, 23, a graduate student at Columbia, won the Iona College Meet of Champions five-mile race in 24:34, the second-fastest time in the event's history, to beat Mike Fox of James Madison by one second. Santos, who graduated from Iona last spring, was an All-America in 1998.COLOR PHOTO: BRANDON HYDE Tanisha Francis, KINGSTON, JAMAICA Soccer Francis, a freshman forward at Lee University in Cleveland, Tenn., scored 14 goals in a 19-0 defeat of Freed-Hardeman University. Francis has already broken the Lady Flames' single-season scoring record of 34 goals, set in 1993 by Kathy Vaughn, with 38 in 13 games through Sunday.