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Faces in the Crowd


COLOR PHOTO: DAVID DOYLE Theodore Minor, HYATTSVILLE, MD. Flag and Touch Football Minor, 39, the headwaiter at the CIA dining room, was inducted into the U.S. Flag and Touch Football League Hall of Fame. In 17 years as a defensive back, Minor has played on teams that have won six national titles and has been named the nation's most valuable player three times.

COLOR PHOTO: BRECK SMITHER Jeff Chakouian, SEEKONK, MASS. Track and Field Chakouian, a freshman shot-putter at Kentucky, established a school record with a throw of 65'10 1/2" in the first put of his college career. The throw also set a junior (19 and younger) world best for 2000 and earned him SEC athlete of the week honors in his sport.

COLOR PHOTO: DAVID DUROCHIK Jenny DeMuth, HIGHLAND, IND. Basketball Jenny, a senior forward at Highland High who has a scholarship to play at Indiana next year, led the Trojans to the City Securities Hall of Fame Classic title by scoring 49 points and getting 18 rebounds in two tournament games. She was named MVP of the Classic.

COLOR PHOTO: DEBBIE MALONE Michael Barger, Sallisaw, okla. Wrestling Barger, a junior at Oklahoma who competes at 174 pounds, was named Big 12 Wrestler of the Week after beating previously top-ranked and undefeated Otto Olson of Michigan by pin at the 16-team National Duals meet in State College, Pa.

COLOR PHOTO: JIM LUZZI Ben Brady, ANCHORAGE Hockey Brady, a senior goaltender for Iona College, helped the Gaels to their first win in six games against Mercyhurst College, making 38 saves and stopping all 17 shots he faced in the final period of a 4-2 victory. This season Brady is 6-1-1 in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference play.

COLOR PHOTO: RON VINICK PHOTO Cara Gabage, VINELAND, N.J. Soccer Gabage, a sophomore midfielder at The College of New Jersey in Ewing, scored the game-winning goal in the Lions' 2-1 victory over Tufts University in the Division III title game. It was Gabage's third game-clinching goal of the divisional tournament.