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FACES IN THE CROWD
October 17, 1994
Tiffany Yick SAN FRANCISCO Yick, 23, led the Just Volleyball team to the women's title for the third consecutive year and was named MVP for the second straight time at the North American Chinese Volleyball Tournament. In the final her outside hitting was the key to the 15-1, 15-8 win over Montreal Freemason.
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October 17, 1994

Faces In The Crowd

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Tiffany Yick
SAN FRANCISCO
Yick, 23, led the Just Volleyball team to the women's title for the third consecutive year and was named MVP for the second straight time at the North American Chinese Volleyball Tournament. In the final her outside hitting was the key to the 15-1, 15-8 win over Montreal Freemason.

Coty Pensyl
NAZARETH, PA.
Coty, 6, won seven straight beginner-class quarter midget competitions at the Blue Mountain track. His performances in the�-mile races, during which the cars average 20 mph, qualified him to advance to the novice level, where he placed second and third in the two races he entered.

Brent Bridges
PINE BLUFF, ARK.
Brent, 15, a third baseman, led Pine Bluff to a second-place finish at the Babe Ruth World Series by going 9 for 17 with three home runs—one a grand slam—seven RBIs and seven runs scored. Despite his team's loss in the title game, he was named the series MVP.

George Sloan
FRANKLIN, TENN.
Sloan, 55, tied the American amateur steeplechase record for career wins when he got his 147th victory at the St. James Maiden Claiming Hurdle. Sloan, who has been competing in steeplechases since age 15, is the only amateur to be a champion jockey in both the U.S. and the United Kingdom.

Ahmed Plummer
WYOMING, OHIO
Ahmed, a senior quarterback and safety at Wyoming High, scored all 20 of the Cowboys' second-half points in a 34-21 victory over Loveland High. Ahmed, a three-year starter, passed for 112 yards, rushed for 158, recovered a fumble and had 10 tackles during the game.

Monica Sellberg
SCARSDALE, N.Y.
Monica, a senior striker on the National Sports Academy boys' soccer team, became the first girl to score a hat trick in a Section VII boys' soccer match when the Mountaineers defeated Long Lake Central School 7-2. She had two goals in the first half and another 17 minutes into the second.

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