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FACES IN THE CROWD

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MELANIE GETZ
BRENTWOOD, MO.
Getz, 32, a physical-education teacher, set a national weightlifting record in the women's 56-kg class at the U.S. Olympic Festival, when she snatched 73.5 kg. She broke Lynne Stoessel's two-month-old mark by .5 kg. Getz was the 1989 national champ.

STEVEN SCHULTZ
SAN DIEGO
Steven, 7, scored seven goals to lead the F.C. Peewees to a 16-2 victory over the Blue Jays for the North County Soccer Park 6-7 age-group indoor championship. On the season, Steven averaged nearly five goals per game, for a total of 40.

APRIL COBLE
ANGIER, N.C.
April, 17, won the women's individual competition at the Junior World Water Skiing Championships, in Milan, Italy. She holds 11 U.S. and world junior titles and is the reigning junior Pan-American slalom and overall champion.

BRANT IRELAND
UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, OHIO
Brant, 11, a shortstop-pitcher for the Tigers of the 9-12 age-group Tris Speaker Little League, finished the season batting .698 with 20 RBIs and 27 runs scored in 43 at bats. As a pitcher, Brant was 3-0 with a 0.00 ERA as his team went 16-0.

ALLICIA HARMOND
HOUSTON
Allicia, now 10, helped set a U.S. bantam division record of 4:29.79 in the 4 x 400-meter relay at the National Junior Olympics, in Lincoln, Neb., breaking the 1988 mark by .53 of a second. Allicia, who ran the third leg, had the fastest split (1:03).

STEVE CHAPMAN
FORT PIERCE, FLA.
Chapman, 41, a real estate agent, defeated Bob Heller of Orlando 15-8, 15-11 to win his second-straight men's over-40 racquetball singles title at the Sunshine State Games. Chapman, who finished third in doubles, was the No. 1-ranked amateur in 1986.

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