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FACES IN THE CROWD
April 28, 1997
Nate HendricksonMENAHGA, MINN. Hendrickson, a junior at Moorhead State, beat Jeron Quincy of Central Missouri State 9-1 in the final bout to win the 167-pound title and tournament MVP honors at the Division II wrestling championships. This season he was the only Division II wrestler to finish undefeated (28-0).
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April 28, 1997

Faces In The Crowd

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Nate Hendrickson
MENAHGA, MINN.
Hendrickson, a junior at Moorhead State, beat Jeron Quincy of Central Missouri State 9-1 in the final bout to win the 167-pound title and tournament MVP honors at the Division II wrestling championships. This season he was the only Division II wrestler to finish undefeated (28-0).

Harry Baker
FREDERICK, MD.
Baker, a 38-year-old bowling-lane head mechanic at Terrace Lanes, rolled five perfect 300 games in a 15-day span of tenpins bowling. During that time he also teamed with townsman Steve Maggi to win the state doubles championship. Baker has now bowled eight 300 games.

Kristin Zeh
ONEONTA, N.Y.
Kristin, a 5'10" sophomore point guard, was named MVP of the girls' state Class B basketball tournament after scoring 24 points in the championship game to lead Oneonta High to its first state team title. She averaged 15.4 points for the 26-1 Lady Yellow Jackets.

Trinity Johnson
MEMPHIS
Johnson, a senior at South Carolina, had pitched three perfect games and five no-hitters through last Friday while leading the Lady Gamecocks' softball team to a 47-3 record, including 38 straight wins, a Division I record. She also led the nation in strikeouts per game, with 11.3, and ranked fifth in career whiffs (1,048).

Erin Brannigan
SAGLE, IDAHO
Erin, a senior at Sandpoint High, beat Ryan Staten of Dodge City ( Kans.) High 15-10, 15-14 to win the boys' national high school racquetball title. He did not lose a game in six tournament matches. He also teamed with Ryan Burke of Sandpoint High to come in second in doubles.

James Njoroge
NAIROBI
Njoroge, a senior at Taylor University in Upland, Ind., was named outstanding performer at the NAIA indoor track and field championships for a second straight year. He successfully defended his titles in the 800 meters (1:52.66) and the mile (4:05.08), and he anchored the Trojans' winning 4 x 800 relay (7:38.05).

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