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Faces in the Crowd

April 24, 2006
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ST. VINCENT ANDTHE GRENADINES > Track and Field

Alexander, asophomore at Iowa, became the first Hawkeyes sprinter and the third trackathlete from her school to win an NCAA national indoor title when she placedfirst in the 400-meter dash in 52.16 seconds at this year's Division Ichampionships in Fayetteville, Ark.

Sean Morris

MARSHFIELD, MASS.> Lacrosse

Morris, a seniorattack at Massachusetts, leads the nation with 45 points; he has 16 goals and aDivision I--best 29 assists for the Minutemen. The All-America has a 32-gamepoint-scoring streak and has scored goals in 27 straight games. He was a Brinenational player of the week.

Ashley Kelly

YORK, PA. >Gymnastics

Kelly, a seniorat Arizona State, won the all-around title--the 20th of her career--and helpedthe Sun Devils win the team championship at the NCAA North Central Regional.She also scored a 10.0 while winning the balance-beam competition in her finalhome meet and was named Pac-10 gymnast of the week for the third time thisseason.

Anthony Sayre

RAVENSWOOD, W.VA.> Basketball

Anthony, a seniorforward at Ravenswood High, scored a total of 77 points in three Class AAtournament games, including 27 in the final, to lead the Red Devils to theirfirst state championship. He finished his high school career with 1,705 points,a school record, and was named captain of the Class AA all-state team.

Kendall Swett

AKRON >Diving

Swett, asophomore at Lake Forest College, won the national three-meter title with arecord score of 489.00 at the NCAA Division III women's swimming and divingchampionships in Northfield, Minn. She also won the one- and three-meter eventsat the Midwest Conference championships.

Elayna and JerrisVan Hess

AUMSVILLE, ORE.> Softball and Baseball

Elayna andJerris, sophomore and senior righthanded pitchers, respectively, at CascadeHigh, threw no-hitters for their Cougars teams over a four-day period lastmonth. The siblings had a combined 20 strikeouts.

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