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FACES IN THE CROWD
August 22, 1994
Paula Patterson VANCOUVER, WASH.Paula, 18, won the Oregon women's amateur golf championship with a 3-and-2 victory over Amy Lawrence in the finals of the match-play tournament. Patterson, who will attend Oregon this fall on a golf scholarship, also led the Central Catholic High girls' team to the 4A state crown.
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August 22, 1994

Faces In The Crowd

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Paula Patterson
VANCOUVER, WASH.
Paula, 18, won the Oregon women's amateur golf championship with a 3-and-2 victory over Amy Lawrence in the finals of the match-play tournament. Patterson, who will attend Oregon this fall on a golf scholarship, also led the Central Catholic High girls' team to the 4A state crown.

Ed Henry
PEABODY, MASS.
Henry, 45, a history and social studies teacher, guided the Bishop Fenwick High girls' softball team to a fifth straight state Division I championship. In his 12 years as coach of the Crusaders, Henry has put together a 266-21 record, including 154 consecutive league victories.

Kristin Sauer
FERNDALE, CALIF.
Kristin, 16, a 140-pound junior at Ferndale High, outboxed 30-year-old Suzanne Howard of Santa Rosa, Calif., in all three two-minute rounds to win the welterweight title at one of the first female American Boxing Federation-sanctioned competitions, held in Eureka, Calif.

J.D. Morgan
LAKE WALES, FLA.
Morgan, 58, a physician with a reconstructed knee and an arthritic hip, won the slalom competition in the 55-to-64 age group at the state water-ski meet by clearing a record 50 buoys. He also turned in record-setting performances for his age division in trick skiing and jumping.

Stacy Grant
BROOKLYN
Stacy, who will be a senior this fall at South Shore High, won the high jump in the scholastic division at the Penn Relays with a leap of 5'10�", a mark that would also have won the collegiate division. Undefeated in the high jump this year, she is the reigning national high school indoor champ.

Audrey Donahue
KNOXVILLE, TENN.
Audrey, 14, a power tumbler, won individual honors among 13- and 14-year-olds at the American Tumbling and Trampoline Association world team trials. A silver medalist at this year's junior elite nationals, she will represent the U.S. at the '94 power tumbling world championships, in Portugal.

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