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Faces in the Crowd

Sept. 05, 2005
Sept. 05, 2005

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Shauna McCullough

This is an article from the Sept. 5, 2005 issue Original Layout

KNOXVILLE, TENN. > Roller Skating

Shauna, a freshman at Seymour High, won her second straight national title in world-class women's in-line singles free skating at the U.S. Artistic Roller Skating National Championships in Pensacola, Fla. She will represent the U.S. at the world championships in Rome in November.

Kami Ouellet

COLEBROOK, N.H. > Softball

Ouellet, a freshman lefthander at Hesser College, had a record of 33-1 while leading Colebrook Academy to its third straight Class S state softball championship. She had an ERA of 0.35 for her senior season and set Mohawk career records by going 48-7 with 438 strikeouts.

Tavaris Washington

BAINBRIDGE, GA. > Track and Field

Washington, a freshman at Auburn, won the gold medal in the young men's 400-meter hurdles at the National Junior Track & Field Championships. In May he took the Georgia Class AAAA 110- and 300-meter hurdle titles while competing for Bainbridge High.

Cody Johnson

SOUTHPORT, FLA. > Baseball

Cody, a first baseman-outfielder at Mosley High, won the Jackie Robinson Award, given to the senior who is named Aflac National High School Player of the Year. He had a .489 batting average, 10 home runs, 30 RBIs and scored 36 runs for the Dolphins last season.

Betsy Frederick

RALEIGH > Soccer

Frederick, a freshman at North Carolina and a former defender at Broughton High, helped the Capitals win the girls' state 4-A soccer title. She was North Carolina player of the year, the Raleigh News & Observer's Female Scholar Athlete of the Year and a Parade All-America.

Easton Key

MERIDIAN, MISS. > Golf

Easton, an eighth-grader at Lamar School, hit his first hole in one while winning the 12- to 13-year-old boys' division at the Mississippi Junior Golf Association's state championship, his second state title in three years. He won seven of the 10 MJGA-sanctioned events he entered this season.

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