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FACES IN THE CROWD

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Kailey Fowlkes | North Pole, Alaska | Wrestling

Kailey, a junior at North Pole High, defeated Bessie Twitchell of Wasilla High to take the girls' state championship in the 106-pound class for the second year in a row. Kailey also won ulus (or gold medals) competing at 110 pounds in the individual, traditional Inuit and team duals at the Arctic Winter Games in Nuuk, Greenland, last March.

Sid Otton | Tumwater, Wash. | Football

Otton, 73, retired in November as the winningest coach in Washington history after guiding Tumwater High to a 10--2 record and its seventh straight Evergreen Conference championship. He finished with a 393--131 record, 25 conference crowns and six state titles in 49 seasons, the last 43 of which were spent at Tumwater.

Bailey Cartwright | Connellsville, Pa. | Soccer

Bailey, a senior forward and midfielder at Greensburg Central Catholic, completed her career with 159 assists, breaking the national record of 153 set in 1989. She also scored 230 goals, fourth most all-time. Bailey, a Notre Dame commit, netted 64 goals and had 41 assists in her final season, when she led the Centurions to the Class A semifinals.

Phil Taylor | Brooklyn | Basketball

Taylor, a 5'10" senior guard at Division II Shorter University in Rome, Ga., poured in 62 points in a 109--86 victory over Carver College, breaking the Gulf South Conference scoring record, set 25 years ago, of 51 points. At week's end he was averaging 36.3 points, the highest across all NCAA divisions, including a 52 point outburst against Mississippi College.

Kristin Lewicki | Moundsville, W.Va. | Ice Hockey

Lewicki, a 5'2" senior forward at Division III Adrian (Mich.) College, scored two goals and had an assist in a 6--1 win over Marian University. Through Sunday she ranked second in D-III in points (28) and was tied for second in assists (17) and seventh in goals, with 11. Last season Lewicki set the school scoring record with 49 points and 32 goals.

Destiny Littleton | San Diego | Basketball

Destiny, a 5'9" senior shooting guard at The Bishops School in La Jolla, Calif., racked up 56 points in an 89--39 victory over Our Lady of Peace to pass Cheryl Miller as the second-leading scorer in state history. At week's end she had 3,762 points and trailed San Diego High alum Charde Houston by 75. Destiny has signed with USC.

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