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FACES IN THE CROWD

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SALLY CASALE
BEAVERTON, ORE.
Casale, 26, an electronics technician, bowled an 815 series—288, 259, 268—at Valley Lanes in Beaverton. It was the best sanctioned score in the nation by a woman during the 1980-81 season and ranks fourth on the WIBC alltime list.

BENNIE ANDERS
BERNICE, LA.
Bennie, a 6'5" senior guard at Bernice High, averaged 29.2 points and 11.9 rebounds a game to lead the Bears to a 29-4 regular-season record and a 59-48 victory over Oak Grove High in the state Class A championship basketball game.

KAREN ANDREWS
SAN DIEGO
Andrews, 21, a pitcher for the UCLA women's fast-pitch Softball team, went 29 innings—and threw 316 pitches—to beat Texas A&M 2-1. At week's end she was 12-1 with a 0.50 ERA in 1981. She has had seven no-hitters in her college career.

SCOTT KELLY
VELVA, N. DAK.
Scott, a junior wrestler at Velva High, decisioned Darwin Dewald of Napoleon 13-0 at the state Class B meet to win his third consecutive 185-pound championship. He has also won 67 straight matches and has a career record of 90-4.

JULIE MOODY
KENMORE, N.Y.
Julie, 13, beat Beth Larsen of Fremont, Calif. 11-1, 11-8 in San Jose to win her second straight girls' 13-and-under national badminton title. She also won the doubles (with Beth) and the mixed doubles (with Joel Goldstein of Flint, Mich.).

DANFORTH HAGLER
AUGUSTA, GA.
Danforth, 19, a forward for the Culver (Ind.) Military Academy polo squad, scored 12 goals to lead Culver to a 20-10 victory over The Polo Club of Chicago youth team and its second consecutive U.S. interscholastic championship.

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