Faces in the Crowd

May 16, 2010

Robbie Wilhelm

ST. PAUL > Basketball

Robbie, a senior forward at Irondale High, in New Brighton, Minn., had a game-high 32 points to lead the Courage Center Junior Rolling Timberwolves to their third straight National Wheelchair Basketball Association varsity title with a 70--32 win over the Rancho Renegades from Downey, Calif. Robbie was named the final game's MVP.

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Kayla Parker

PORT ST. JOE, FLA. > Track and Field

Kayla, a senior at Port St. Joe High, won the 100 meters (12.23) for the fourth straight year at the state 1A meet, along with the 200 (25.13), the 100 hurdles (14.27) and the long jump (19' 5½"), to lead the Sharks to the championship. Kayla finished her high school career with 12 individual track and field titles, second most in Florida history.

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Dominick Glavich

CARY, N.C. > Swimming

Dominick, a junior at Green Hope High, won the 200-yard IM (1:48.77) at the YMCA Short Course National Championships. He also swam the first leg of the winning 200 free relay (1:23.17). In February he was MVP of the North Carolina Class 4A meet after winning the 200 IM and the 100 breaststroke.

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Brooke Dillon

PRAIRIEVILLE, LA. > Golf

Brooke, a fifth-grader at Episcopal of Baton Rouge, shot a 36-hole total of 143, including eight birdies and an eagle, to finish one under par and win the high school Division II individual title by seven strokes over Ouachita Christian freshman Lana Hodge. Brooke helped the Knights to their third consecutive Division II team championship.

Krista Hardebeck

SANTA ANA, CALIF. > Tennis

Krista, a sophomore at El Modeno High, beat Sachia Vickery 0--6, 6--3, 6--2 to win the under-18 singles title at the USTA International Spring Championships. One week later she won the same division at the Easter Bowl tournament, defeating top-seeded Lauren Davis 7--5, 6--4. Krista is the No. 79—ranked junior player in the world.

Sam and Ryan Crouser

GRESHAM, ORE. > Track and Field

Sam, a senior at Gresham High, and cousin Ryan, a junior at Sam Barlow High, went one-two in the discus at the Centennial Invitational. Sam, an Oregon signee, also broke the U.S. high school javelin record (244' 2"), while Ryan set a state mark in the shot put (69' 8¾").

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