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Faces in the Crowd

Nov. 10, 2003
Nov. 10, 2003

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Nov. 10, 2003

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Faces in the Crowd

Graham Harrell, ENNIS, TEXAS
Football
Graham, a senior quarterback at Ennis High, set a Texas schoolboy
record for touchdown passes, with 152. This season he has 231
completions for 3,437 yards and 52 touchdowns while leading the
Lions to a 9-0 record. He plans to attend Texas Tech.

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Caitlin O'Keefe, TROY, MICH.
Tennis
Caitlin, a senior at Troy High, won her third straight Division I
singles championship and led the Colts to their first state team
title as they defeated Midland Dow in the final. She won 80
consecutive matches and had a 136-2 career record.

Kevin Zurowski, HUNTSVILLE, ALA.
Bowling
Kevin, a junior at Grissom High, rolled back-to-back 300 games
(the first perfect games he has ever bowled) in sanctioned league
play at the Monarch Lanes. His three-game, 833 series, including
29 consecutive strikes, is an Alabama youth record.

Vanessa Lucero, LAS VEGAS, N.MEX.
Football
Vanessa, a freshman tailback at West Las Vegas High, scored what
is believed to be the first touchdown by a New Mexico high school
girl, in the first quarter against Pojoaque High on Oct. 11. At
halftime she was crowned freshman homecoming princess.

James Findlay, GREENWICH, CONN.
Clay Pigeon Shooting
James, a junior at Brunswick School, shot 24 straight clay
pigeons to win the British Cadet Clay Pigeon Championship in
Bisley, England. His father, David, won the same event in 1975;
they are the first father-son duo to take the title.

Carly Truitt, MARYSVILLE, OHIO
Golf
Carly, a junior at Marysville High, won the second hole of a
sudden-death playoff at Ohio State's Gray Course to become the
state girls' high school champion for the second year in a row.
She won 21 of the 23 high school matches she entered this year.

Todd Jackson, CORTLAND, N.Y.
Ice Hockey
Jackson, a senior left wing at Maine, led the Black Bears to
victory in the Maverick Stampede in Omaha, scoring a total of
four goals in wins over Minnesota, the NCAA Division I national
champion, and Wisconsin. He was the tournament MVP.

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