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Faces in the Crowd



COLOR PHOTO: NICK BUFALINO James Woodall, Pittston, Pa. Wrestling James, a senior at Pittston High, was unbeaten in six matches as he won the 160-pound class at the Mid Atlantic Classic. The Patriots finished 17th in the team competition as James's twin brother, Jason, came in third at 152. The defending 3A state champion, James has a career record of 124-8 through Sunday.

COLOR PHOTO: MIKE VENSO Terry Stricker, Clarkston, Wash. Bowling Stricker, 54, an elementary-school teacher with a 218 average, rolled three 300 games in 28 days for the 33rd, 34th and 35th perfect games in sanctioned competition of his 33-year career. He bowled them within two months of his suffering a heart attack. The first two came within a nine-day period.

COLOR PHOTO: DENNY LANDWEHR Michelle Munoz, Mason, Ohio Basketball Michelle, a 6'1" junior forward at Mason High and daughter of football great Anthony Munoz, scored 27 points as the Comets beat previously undefeated Fenwick High of Oak Park, Ill., 59-35. The victory pushed Mason High's record to 13-0 and her average up to 22.3.

COLOR PHOTO: JIM LUZZI Jamar Reynolds, Atlantic City Football Jamar, a senior running back for Atlantic City High, rushed for 162 yards and three touchdowns in leading the Vikings to the Group IV state title with a 31-29 upset of previously unbeaten Eastern High of Vorhees. For the season Jamar ran for 1,282 yards and 26 touchdowns.

COLOR PHOTO: JOE TRAVER Kyle Martin, Pickering, Ont. Hockey Martin, a senior forward at Niagara University, scored his third goal of the game with 10 seconds left in overtime to give the Purple Eagles a 4-3 win over Alabama-Huntsville. The win moved 13th-rated Niagara to 18-5-1 and ran Martin's team-leading points total to 31.

COLOR PHOTO: STEVE SPATAFORE Abby Miller, Henderson, Nev. Cross-countryAbby, a senior at Green Valley High, won the girls' High School Heisman Award, given for excellence in athletics, academics and community service. A four-time state cross-country champion, she ranks first in her class while also volunteering at a camp for critically ill children.