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FACES IN THE CROWD
August 12, 1996
Aaron Hull NANTUCKET, MASS.Aaron, a junior third baseman for Nantucket High, matched a national high school single-game record when he hit five home runs in the Whalers' 22-3 defeat of New England Christian Academy. He was voted the most valuable player of the Cape and Islands League for the second straight year.
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August 12, 1996

Faces In The Crowd

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Aaron Hull
NANTUCKET, MASS.
Aaron, a junior third baseman for Nantucket High, matched a national high school single-game record when he hit five home runs in the Whalers' 22-3 defeat of New England Christian Academy. He was voted the most valuable player of the Cape and Islands League for the second straight year.

Carl Roberge
WINTER SPRINGS, FLA.
Roberge, 32, won the long-jump title at the American Water Skiing Association U.S. Open with a 202-foot jump. Earlier this year he earned the jump crown at the AWSA's Masters Championships by going 200 feet. Roberge holds the jump record at 210 feet.

Tameka Roberts
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS
Roberts, a junior at Texas at San Antonio, was named the Southland Conference's track and field athlete of the year after winning the 55-and 200-yard dashes and the long jump at the league's indoor meet. She was the only athlete to qualify for three events at the U.S. Olympic Trials.

Tyler Cleveland
FAIRFIELD, IOWA
Tyler, a junior on the Maharishi School of the Age of Enlightenment tennis team, successfully defended his Class 1A state singles title by beating Red Oak High's Kirk Schuler 6-0, 6-0. Since finishing fourth in the state high school tournament as a freshman, he has won 52 straight matches.

Steve Malley
CROFTON, MD.
Steve, a senior at DeMatha High in Hyattsville, was named to the all-state hockey team as a defenseman and the All-Washington Area Conference lacrosse team as a goalie. The Stags won the Maryland Scholastic Hockey League title. DeMatha's lacrosse team won its third straight conference crown.

Rick Pisani
BRENTWOOD, N.Y.
Pisani, 28, a financial planner, won the American Kennel Club's National Obedience Invitational with his 9-year-old Shetland sheepdog, Sir Malcolm Macduff. They defeated Pierrette Pillone of White Plains, N.Y., and her golden retriever, Maggie, 691-599� for the title.

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