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Faces in the Crowd

Dec. 04, 2006
Dec. 04, 2006

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Tippy Jordan
MAHTOMEDI, MINN. > Soccer
Tippy, a senior striker at Mahtomedi High, scored two goals and had one assist, helping the 23-0-1 Zephyrs to a 3--0 victory over Benilde--St. Margaret's and their third consecutive state Class A championship. She scored 25 goals this season and was named the Class A Miss Soccer.

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Rashod Henry
LUMBERTON, MISS. > Football
Rashod, a senior running back at Lumberton High, rushed for 437 yards, the most ever in a Mississippi high-school athletic-association playoff game, and scored four touchdowns in the Panthers' 32--13 win over Kemper County. He had 2,005 yards and 23 TDs for the reigning Class 2A champions.

Todd Iacovelli
KAILUA, HAWAII > Cross-country
Iacovelli, a senior at Hawaii Pacific, won the individual NCAA Division II West Regional title and was named the West Regional men's athlete of the year by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. He won six cross-country races this season, the first of his college career, including the Pacific West Conference championship.

Sarah Pavan
KITCHENER, ONT. > Volleyball
Pavan, a junior outside hitter at Nebraska, had 12 kills and two aces as she helped the Cornhuskers defeat Kansas and win their third straight national championship. The biochemistry major led the Big 12 in kill average (5.19) and points per game (6.16) and was named a first-team Academic All--District VII.

Ashley Kocis
BUCKINGHAM, PA. > Field Hockey
Kocis, a senior forward at East Stroudsburg, led the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference with 29 goals. She also had five hat tricks and set the school career scoring record with 56 goals. She is the first Warriors player to be named PSAC athlete of the year for field hockey.

Tim Sadowski
SALEM, N.H. > Volleyball
Tim, a senior setter at Salem High, led the 18--0 Blue Devils to their third consecutive state championship and third straight undefeated season. (They are 55--0 since 2004.) He is a three-time all-state selection and was named boys' player of the year by the New Hampshire Volleyball Coaches' Association.

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