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Faces in the Crowd
February 17, 1992
Jay MatushakSUPERIOR, WIS.
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February 17, 1992

Faces In The Crowd

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Jay Matushak
SUPERIOR, WIS.

Tim Nelson
SUPERIOR, WIS.
Jay and Tim, senior forwards on the Superior High hockey team, each scored two goals and had three assists as the Spartans defeated Eau Claire High 6-2. Superior, the reigning state champion, has a record of 12-5 this season. Jay, last year's state player of the year, was leading the Spartans in scoring with 13 goals and 23 assists, while Tim was second with 13 goals and 18 assists. Both have 4.0 grade point averages.

Kara Wolters
HOLLISTON, MASS.
Kara, a 6'6" junior basketball center, had 33 points, 24 rebounds and six blocks as the Holliston High girls' team beat Westwood High 58-54 to snap the Wolverines' 293-game Tri-Valley League winning streak.

Cris Hall
CHANUTE, KANS.
Hall, a senior outside hitter on Nebraska's volleyball team and a high jumper on its indoor track team, became the first Husker athlete and the first female in the Big Eight to earn All-America honors in two unrelated sports.

Joe Archangelo
CLAYMONT, DEL.
Archangelo, a junior wrestler at Delaware State, is the reigning Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference champion in the 134-pound division. He also performs in children's theater productions.

Emily Peters
BLOOMINGTON, MINN.
Emily, a junior swimmer at Kennedy High, won the girls' 200- and 500-meter freestyles at the state championships in 1:54.22 and 5:06.23, respectively. She placed third and fourth in the same events as a sophomore.

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