Faces in the Crowd

February 11, 2008

Hunter Meys
CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. > Wrestling
Hunter, a senior in the 189-pound class at Shenendehowa High, set a national high school record for career pins with 203. A three-time top five finisher at the state meet, with a 171-pound championship last year, he went 47--0 as a junior and is 32--0 this season and had 46 consecutive wins by pin.

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Kyle Larson
ELK GROVE, CALIF. > Auto Racing
Kyle, 15, a sophomore at Pleasant Grove High, is the youngest driver in the World of Outlaws, the nation's premier winged sprint car series. A 2007 rookie of the year finalist in two sprint car divisions, he has won four karting national titles.

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Jennifer Connolly
LAFAYETTE, IND. > Swimming
Jennifer, a senior at William Henry Harrison High, is the top American under 18 in the 100-yard backstroke (54.37). She won gold at junior nationals in 2006 and bronze in the '07 senior nationals and has qualified for the Olympic trials in the 100 back and 100 butterfly.

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Lauren Sinnenberg
WESTFIELD, N.J. > Soccer
Sinnenberg, a sophomore goalkeeper at Williams, did not allow a goal in her first 10 college games and began the season with a scoreless streak of 801:56. Named to the All--New England Regional Team, she had 17 wins, 10 shutouts, a .301 goals-against average and a .909 save percentage (sixth nationally).

Keisha Hampton
PHILADELPHIA > Basketball
Keisha, a senior forward at Carver High School of Engineering and Science, is averaging 18.9 points and 12.5 rebounds, her third straight season averaging a double double; she has twice been chosen first-team All--Public League. The DePaul signee was selected to attend the 2007 Nike Skills Academy.

Hunter Hamrick
MONTGOMERY, ALA. > Golf
Hamrick, a December graduate of Montgomery Academy, completed his high school career with five top four finishes at the Class 3A tournament, dating to seventh grade; he won three individual titles and helped the Eagles win five team titles. He was second in stroke play at the 2007 U.S. Junior Championship.

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PHOTOALLAN BARGER (MEYS) PHOTORON RODDA (LARSON) PHOTOKRIS DUFOUR/WILLIAMS COLLEGE PHOTO (SINNENBERG) PHOTOR. HAENN (HAMPTON) PHOTOJESSICA SMITH/UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA (HAMRICK) PHOTO

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