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Faces in the Crowd
February 23, 1998
Harmon Hisek, Tyndall, S.Dak.WrestlingHannon, a senior on the Bon Homme High team, had gone undefeated in the 135-pound class in leading the Cavaliers to a 16-1 dual-meet record through Sunday. Overall he is 229-7 as a six-year varsity wrestler, and he has won a state title in each of the last four years.
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February 23, 1998

Faces In The Crowd

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Harmon Hisek, Tyndall, S.Dak.
Wrestling
Hannon, a senior on the Bon Homme High team, had gone undefeated in the 135-pound class in leading the Cavaliers to a 16-1 dual-meet record through Sunday. Overall he is 229-7 as a six-year varsity wrestler, and he has won a state title in each of the last four years.

Brandy Fisher, Potsdam, N.Y.
Ice Hockey
Fisher, a senior forward for the New Hampshire women's team, had led the Wildcats to a 23-4-2 record and a No. 1 national ranking through Sunday. She is the leading scorer in the nation with 58 points, on 32 goals and 26 assists. She is second in the nation in power-play goals with seven.

Andy Panko, Harrisburg, Pa.
Basketball
Panko, a junior forward for Lebanon Valley College in Annville, Pa., scored 25 straight points for the Flying Dutchmen in a 81-69 win over Franklin and Marshall. Through Sunday, Panko had led Lebanon Valley to a 17-5 record with 26.3 points and 8.7 rebounds per game.

Jamie Nelson, Togo, Minn.
Dog Sled Racing
Nelson, 49, won her second consecutive John Beargrease Marathon and her fourth overall. She and 10 of the 12 dogs with which she began the race finished the 262-mile trek in 45:25, to come in 10 minutes ahead of the sled driven by Curtis Laboda, 19, of Hovland, Minn.

Daniel Hernandez, Tyler, Texas
Soccer
Hernandez, a senior midfielder at Southern Methodist, was named National Soccer Coaches Association college player of the year. A three-time All-America, Hernandez paced the WAC in scoring with 43 points on 11 goals and 21 assists while leading the Mustangs to a 19-2-1 record.

John Cilio, Franklin Lakes, N.J.
Fencing
Cilio, 53, won his 100th consecutive dual meet as coach of the Ramapo High boys' team when the Green Raiders defeated Fair Lawn High 18-9. Cilio, who got his 200th career win with Ramapo High's 21-6 victory over Wayne Hills High, ended the regular season with a 200-11 record.

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