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Faces in the Crowd Edited by Kostya Kennedy and Mark Bechtel

Jan. 12, 2004
Jan. 12, 2004

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Jan. 12, 2004

Faces in the Crowd Edited by Kostya Kennedy and Mark Bechtel

Shaquielle Calhoun, ROME, GA.
Football

This is an article from the Jan. 12, 2004 issue Original Layout

Shaquielle, a fourth-grader at East Central Elementary, led his
youth-league team, the Tigers, to a 10-0 season and the Pee Wee
title. He rushed for 1,535 yards, passed for 323 (accounting for
76% of the team's total yardage) and scored 29 touchdowns.

Allison Coleman, JEWETT CITY, CONN.
Basketball

Coleman, a senior guard and the alltime leading scorer (male or
female) at Eastern Connecticut State, had her 50th double double
(35 points, 14 rebounds) in a win over Rhode Island. She has been
Little East Conference player of the week three times this
season.

Matt Withrow, TINLEY PARK, ILL.
Cross-country

Matt, a senior at Victor J. Andrew High, won the boys' 3.1-mile
Foot Locker Cross Country national championship in San Diego with
a time of 14:55. He won all nine invitationals he entered this
season and had the nation's best three-mile high school time,
14:14.

Meagan Fogarty, DEXTER, MAINE
Field Hockey

Meagan, a junior forward at Dexter High, led the Tigers to an
18-0 record and their fourth consecutive Class C championship.
She scored a state high school season record 42 goals, surpassing
the previous mark of 34.

Ashlynn Babb, TULSA
Wrestling

Ashlynn, a fifth-grader at Wright Elementary and the only girl on
the 60-member Team Tulsa, has pinned 13 opponents, earning a 15-3
record in the 70-and 73-pound weight classes of Division IV this
season. All of her matches have been against boys.

Larry Huebner, FRESNO, CALIF.
Tennis

Huebner, 72, a retired tennis pro, won a USTA national
super-senior tennis title with each of his three children. He
won the father-son hard courts with Jim, the father-son clay
courts with John and the father-daughter clay courts with Karin.

Karin and Kristi Sullivan, SCOTTSDALE
Soccer

Karin (left) and Kristi, senior forwards at Westmont College, led
the Warriors to the last three NAIA titles. They had 22 goals and
seven assists in 12 national tournament matches.

COLOR PHOTO: E.M. PIO RODACOLOR PHOTO: ECSU SPORTS INFO OFFICECOLOR PHOTO: DAVID DUROCHIK/SPORTPICSCOLOR PHOTO: ALAN RABIDEAUCOLOR PHOTO: TOM GILBERTCOLOR PHOTO: JUSTIN KASE CONDERTWO COLOR PHOTOS: BRAD ELLIOTT (2)

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