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Faces in the Crowd

Nov. 15, 2004
Nov. 15, 2004

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Nov. 15, 2004

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Faces in the Crowd

Perry Monzulla
NORTH POLE, ALASKA > Football
Perry, a senior running back at North Pole High, rushed for 217 yards, scored three touchdowns and led the Patriots to the large-school state championship. He gained 2,860 yards in 11 games, a state record, and scored a state-high 44 touchdowns. He was the Gatorade player of the year.

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Kelly Dostal
HATFIELD, MASS. > Field Hockey
Dostal, a senior forward at Wake Forest, scored three goals and had three assists in two wins, earning ACC co-player of the week honors for the fourth time this season. She set a school career-goals record with 79 and led the conference in points (69), goals (26) and shots (147).

Molly Hill
WAYNE, NEB. > Softball
Molly, a senior righthander at Wayne High, led the Blue Devils to a 34-0 record, the first perfect season in state history, and their second Class C title. She finished the season at 33-0 and set state records for strikeouts (543) and ERA (0.00). She will attend Nebraska.

Jessica Hollandsworth
FLOYD, VA. > Golf

Jessica, a freshman at Floyd County High, shot a two-day score of one-under-par 141 to capture individual honors at the Virginia High School League Group A State Championship at Lonesome Pine Country Club in Big Stone Gap, Va. She was the only girl in a field of 72 players.

Sergio Salinas
ROGERS, ARK. > Soccer

Salinas, a senior striker at Northeastern State, led the Redmen to a 17-3 season, their best ever. During a 12-game winning streak he scored 19 goals and had nine assists for 38 points. He topped the Southwest Soccer Conference in eight categories and was named its offensive player of the year.

Nick Ryder
ROSEMONT, PA. > Golf
Ryder, a freshman at Williams College, shot a two-day over-par 154 to win individual honors and lead the Ephs to their fourth New England Small College Athletic Conference title in five years. He was named first team All-NESCAC as well as its rookie and its player of the year.

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