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July 08, 2002
Ziggy Goryn, WAYNE, N.J. VolleyballZiggy, a senior at Wayne Hills High, set the state record for kills in a career (1,164) and was named first-team all-state for the second consecutive year. He also established school records in blocks (313), matches played (112) and matches won (83).
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July 08, 2002

Faces In The Crowd

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Ziggy Goryn, WAYNE, N.J.
Volleyball
Ziggy, a senior at Wayne Hills High, set the state record for kills in a career (1,164) and was named first-team all-state for the second consecutive year. He also established school records in blocks (313), matches played (112) and matches won (83).

Megan Racette, DES MOINES
Tennis
Megan, a senior at Urbandale High, became the first woman since 1961 to win four state 2A singles titles. She dropped only two sets in her high school career while compiling a record of 76-0, and this year she led the Jayhawks to their first state team title.

Zach Herbert, CAPE ELIZABETH, MAINE
Lacrosse
Herbert, a senior attack, was named outstanding player of the Division III tournament after leading Middlebury (Vt.) College to its third consecutive championship. He scored four goals and had three assists in a 14-9 win over Gettysburg (Pa.) College in the final.

Kelly Willie, HOUSTON
Track and Field
Kelly, 19, swept the sprint events at the Adidas Outdoor Championships in Raleigh, winning the 100-meter (10.39) and 200-meter (20.83) races. Earlier this year Kelly ran the fifth-fastest indoor time ever (47.13) for a high schooler in the 400 meters.

Rob Oppenheim, ANDOVER, MASS.
Golf
Oppenheim, a senior at Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla., was named Division II male golfer of the year. He had the season's lowest stroke average (71.1) and birdied the final hole of the Division II championships to give Rollins its first title in 32 years.

Jamie Wonderly, HELENA, OHIO
Softball
Jamie, a junior righthander at Gibsonburg High, threw three no-hitters in state championship play as she led her team to its second consecutive Division 4 title. Jamie went 26-0 this year, and her 393 strikeouts were the third most in state history.

Shirley Hintz, COCOA, FLA.
Bowling
Hintz, 55, defeated Pam Buckner of Reno 215-198 in a one-game roll-off to win the Women's International Bowling Congress's Senior Queens Tournament in Milwaukee. Hintz averaged 197 for the five-day, 86-player tournament.

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