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FACES IN THE CROWD

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SHERON WATSON
WENDEL, PA.
Watson, 34, the girls' volleyball coach at Norwin High, guided the Knights to a 15-11, 6-15, 15-0 victory over Baldwin High in the finals of the state tournament and a fifth consecutive girls' title. Her seven-year record is 253-3.

ROBERT ONORATO
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C.
Rob, a three-sport senior at May River Academy, hit .538 and had a 4-0 pitching record in baseball. Earlier he led the Patriots to a regional basketball title and passed for 12 TDs and scored 10 more himself as an all-state quarterback.

ROBBIE KAMERSCHEN
ATHENS, GA.
Robbie, 12, led his Little League team with a 7-0 pitching record, including four one-hitters and two no-hitters. He also batted .739, with 17 HRs and 70 RBIs, and during the winter scored 15.5 points a game for his peewee basketball team.

LARRY ROGERS
KANSAS CITY, Mo.
Larry, a senior at the Missouri School for the Deaf, placed first in four events at the class 1-A state track meet in Jefferson City. He won the long jump (22'3"), the 165-meter low hurdles (20.35) and the 100-and 200-meter dashes (11.16 and 22.15).

CHARLES ROSELLE
ROSEMONT, PA.
Roselle, 43, a real-estate tax consultant and a nine-handicap golfer, shot a hole in one on the par-3 201-yard 3rd hole at the Overbrook Golf Club with a two-wood. The next day he had another hole in one on the same hole with a four-wood.

CRISTY DICKERSON
INDIANOLA, IOWA
Cristy, 18, won her third consecutive state girls' 100-and 200-meter-dash titles, anchored a state girls' record-shattering sprint-medley relay team and won the long jump, leading Indianola High to its third consecutive track title.

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