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Faces in the Crowd

Dec. 20, 2004
Dec. 20, 2004

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Dec. 20, 2004

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Faces in the Crowd

Kristan Glover
EVANS, GA. > Fast-pitch Softball

This is an article from the Dec. 20, 2004 issue Original Layout

Kristan, a senior righthander at Greenbrier High, pitched 47 scoreless innings and had 17 consecutive wins to lead the Wolfpack to its first state fast-pitch championship. She ended her high school career with 104 victories, 1,041 strikeouts and an 0.60 ERA.

Kenny Cormier
DOUGLAS, ARIZ. > Cross-country

Kenny, a senior at Douglas High, won the Foot Locker National cross-country boys' championships in San Diego. He ended the year undefeated, won the Arizona Class 4A title and was named the Tucson Citizen boys' runner of the year.

Tim Tebow
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLA. > Football

Tim, a junior lefthanded quarterback at Nease High, set state records for total yardage in a season (5,576) and single-season passing yardage (4,304). He scored 70 touchdowns for the 11-2 Panthers and was named Class 3A player of the year.

Megan Lonergan
BETTENDORF, IOWA > Swimming

Megan, a senior at Bettendorf High, became the first girl in Iowa history to win the 500-yard freestyle at the state championship meet four straight years and the 10th to win any state swimming title that many years in a row.

Antou Jallow
UPPSALA, SWEDEN > Soccer

Jallow, a senior forward at Wisconsin-Milwaukee, led the Horizon League this season in goals scored (18) and points (41). He is the Panthers' and the league's alltime goals-scored leader (60) and earned his second conference player of the year honor.

Mary Hock
GARLAND, TEXAS > Volleyball

Hock, a junior outside hitter at Winthrop, had a 37-match streak of 10 or more kills and set Big South Conference and team records for kills (489) while leading the Eagles to a 31-3 season and the conference championship. She was Big South player of the year.

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