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FACES IN THE CROWD
December 16, 1996
Eniak Mpwo OLATHE, KANS. Eniak, a senior running back at Olathe North High, rushed for 170 yards in a 24-7 win over Wichita Northwest High in the Class 6A state finals. The Zairean-born Eniak, who became a U.S. citizen in September, is also the state's Class 6A 100-meter champion and will run on Arizona's track team.
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December 16, 1996

Faces In The Crowd

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Eniak Mpwo
OLATHE, KANS.
Eniak, a senior running back at Olathe North High, rushed for 170 yards in a 24-7 win over Wichita Northwest High in the Class 6A state finals. The Zairean-born Eniak, who became a U.S. citizen in September, is also the state's Class 6A 100-meter champion and will run on Arizona's track team.

Christina Reeber
KAISERSLAUTERN, GERMANY
Christina, a senior at Kaiserslautern American High, won the European high schools girls' cross-country championship for the second straight year, with a time of 19:43 over the five-kilometer course. Last spring she was European high school titlist at 1,500 and 3,000 meters.

Amy Foss
READING, VT.
Foss, a sophomore on the equestrian team at Colby-Sawyer College in New London, N.H., won the show-jumping portion of the 18-team Student Rider Nations Cup in Bern, Switzerland. Foss, who was participating in her first international competition, also led the U.S. to the team show-jumping title.

Rod Adams
OVERTON, NEV.
Adams, 35, girls' volleyball coach at Moapa Valley High, guided the Pirates to a 15-13, 8-15, 15-13 defeat of Virgin Valley High that gave Moapa a state girls' title for the sixth year in a row. In Adams's 11 seasons as coach, the Pirates have gone 280-70 and won 11 Nevada AA Division III titles.

Heidi Pascoe
WILKES-BARRE, PA.
Pascoe, 24, won the first International Cliff Diving Championship for women, in Acapulco, Mexico. On her two dives, from 65 feet, a forward double somersault with a half twist and a flying front 1� pike, Pascoe got 158.10 points, 18.15 more than runner-up Becca Webster, 28, of San Diego.

Stephanie Smith
FRANKLIN LAKES, N.J.
Stephanie, a sophomore forward on the Ramapo High girls' soccer team, had the goal in the Raiders' 1-0 win over Brick High in the Group 3 state championship game. With Stephanie scoring a team-leading 42 goals, Ramapo ended the season 26-0 and ranked first in the country.

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