Faces in the Crowd

December 15, 2008

Latiqua Williams
BAY SHORE, N.Y. > Basketball
Williams, a sophomore forward at Bard, became the eighth woman in NCAA history to have a quadruple double; in a 75--28 win over New Rochelle at the Bard Tip-Off Tournament, she had 21 points, 13 rebounds, 11 steals and 10 assists. She had a double double in the opener, with 18 points and 13 rebounds.

Santino Ferrucci
WOODBURY, CONN. > Kart Racing
Santino, a fourth-grader at Mitchell Elementary, has had 18 wins in 28 races this year, taking the Florida International Winter Tour Cadet and Canadian Mini Monaco Grand Prix and going undefeated in his bid for the Northeast Rotax title, the eight-race series that qualified him for the U.S. Rotax Grand Nationals.

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Lindsay Danielson
OSCEOLA, WIS. > Golf
Lindsay, a senior at Osceola High, is the first female in state history to win the WIAA Division II State Championship four years in a row. She was named the Wisconsin Golf Coaches Association player of the year for the second consecutive year.

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Malcolm Johnson
GRESHAM, ORE. > Football
Malcolm, a senior running back at Sam Barlow High had five TDs in a 45--19 victory over Centennial. With 36 carries he rushed for 458 yards, the third-highest single-game total in state history. He was also named the Mount Hood Conference offensive player of the year and has committed to Boise State.

Heather Gallagher
SCHNECKSVILLE, PA. > Field Hockey
Gallagher, a senior forward at Cedar Crest and a 35-year-old mother of two, was the Colonial States Athletic Conference field hockey player of the week. She scored the game-winner in a 4--1 victory over Rosemont and three days later made a game-winning penalty stroke as the Falcons beat Hood 2--1.

Brannon Blanke
WILMINGTON, N.C. > Soccer
Brannon, a senior forward at New Hanover High, set school records for single-season goals (49) and points (108) and career goals (109) and points (261). His scoring helped the Wildcats to a 23-2-1 season and their first 4A state championship. He will play at Clemson next year.

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