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Faces in the Crowd

Dec. 11, 2000
Dec. 11, 2000

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Dec. 11, 2000

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Albert Kim and Mark Mravic

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COLOR PHOTO: E.E. THOMPSON WILL HALL, AMORY, MISS. Football Hall, a sophomore quarterback at Northwest Mississippi Community College, set a junior college record by throwing nine touchdown passes in a 69-37 win over East Mississippi Community College. Hall also holds the marks for passing yards (3,982) and touchdown passes (48) in a season.COLOR PHOTO: SETH MCGUFFINSara Nissley, MOUNT JOY, PA. Field Hockey Nissley, a senior forward at Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, Va., was the top Division III scorer this season, with 29 goals. She had eight in three games while leading the Lady Royals to victory in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference playoffs.COLOR PHOTO: JIM LUZZIAbraham Weintraub, BROOKLYN Marathon Weintraub, 90, finished the New York City Marathon in 7:25:12, breaking by nearly 28 minutes a two-year-old 90-94 national age-group record, set by James Ramsey, then 90, of Detroit. Weintraub has completed 14 marathons since he took up running at age 80.COLOR PHOTO: BOB FEWELL Everett Tom, KEALAKEKUA, HAWAII Bowling Everett, a junior at Konawaena High, set state high school records for highest game (290) and highest nine-game series (2,086) at the state championships. Everett won the boys' title by 126 pins over the second-place finisher, Ivan Miyasato of Aiea High.COLOR PHOTO: TODD V. PHILLIPS Ogonna Nnamani, NORMAL, ILL. Volleyball Ogonna, a senior outside hitter at University High, led the Pioneers to the Class A state championship for the second consecutive year. Ogonna, who has accepted an athletic scholarship to Stanford, finished with 18 kills in the tournament final.COLOR PHOTO: JIM LUZZI Amanda Cobb, PARLIN, N.J. Soccer Cobb, a senior goaltender at New Jersey City University, established a Division III record for saves in a season (371) by making 20 in a 2-1 loss to the College of Saint Elizabeth, in Morristown, N.J. She ended her college career with 1,114 saves, another divisional mark.