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February 14, 2000
Jason Falitz, Burbank, Calif. Water PoloJason, a senior two-meter man at John Burroughs High and MVP of the Almont League, broke a state single-game record by scoring 26 goals in a 32-1 win over Burbank High. He ranks third alltime in California with 202 goals in one season and had 455 for his career.
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February 14, 2000

Faces In The Crowd

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Jason Falitz, Burbank, Calif.
Water Polo
Jason, a senior two-meter man at John Burroughs High and MVP of the Almont League, broke a state single-game record by scoring 26 goals in a 32-1 win over Burbank High. He ranks third alltime in California with 202 goals in one season and had 455 for his career.

Tara Borawski, Simsbury, Conn.
Hockey
Tara, a sophomore at the Westminster School, scored the Martlets' first four goals and later added three assists in an 8-4 win over Williston-Northampton School. Through Sunday she led 8-5 Westminster in points with 15 goals and 15 assists.

Kelly McCain, Wesley Chapel, Fla.
Tennis
Kelly, 16, finished 1999 ranked No. 2 in the USTA girls' 18-and-unders, with a 37-8 record. She came in third in her division at the nationals and was the second-highest American girl in the International Tennis Federation world junior rankings.

Alfred Sanchez, Albuquerque
Basketball
Alfred, a senior guard at Valley High, had 40 points and eight rebounds in a 68-56 win over Roswell High. Through Sunday he was the city's top scorer, averaging 25.0 points, and had helped the Vikings win the Albuquerque tide with 21 points in a 82-70 defeat of La Cueva High.

Ashley Alden, Gurnee, Ill.
Gymnastics
Ashley, a freshman at Warren Township High, won the all-around and all four apparatuses at the Lake County Invitational to lead the Blue Devils to the team championship. Through Sunday she had won nine all-around and 34 individual titles this season.

Jeff Bailey, Manchester, N.H.
Soccer
Bailey, 35, the women's soccer coach at Franklin Pierce College in Rindge, N.H., led the Ravens to a 3-1 victory over Cal Poly-Pomona to win the Division II championship for the third time in four years. He has a career coaching record of 80-3.

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