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FACES IN THE CROWD
August 03, 1987
JULIE COLLINSCASEY, ILL.Julie, 18, threw nine no-hitters and fanned 380 batters in 174 innings to lead Casey-Westfield High to the Class A state softball final. There she lost the first game of her four-year, 57-1 career, a 2-0 two-hitter to Bunker Hill.
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August 03, 1987

Faces In The Crowd

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JULIE COLLINS
CASEY, ILL.
Julie, 18, threw nine no-hitters and fanned 380 batters in 174 innings to lead Casey-Westfield High to the Class A state softball final. There she lost the first game of her four-year, 57-1 career, a 2-0 two-hitter to Bunker Hill.

TRACY KERDYK
CORAL GABLES, FLA.
Kerdyk, who will be a senior at the University of Miami, eagled the 469-yard, par-5 5th hole at the Cog Hill Golf and Country Club en route to beating Pearl Sinn 4 and 3 for the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links title in Lemont, Ill.

JEAN SCHNORBUS
ST. LOUIS
Schnorbus, 61, took five gold and two silver swimming medals at the National Senior Olympics. She won the 50- (40.85) and 100- (1:31.81) meter freestyle and the 50- (48.06), 100- (1:47.90) and 200- (4:12.94) meter backstroke.

RICK STEELSMITH
WICHITA, KANS.
Steelsmith, 23, won two gold, a silver and two bronze medals at the World Bowling Championships in June and also rolled the first 300 game in the 33-year history of the event. In May he won the ABC Masters tournament.

TONYA LEE
MT. HOLLY, N.J.
Tonya, a junior at Rancocas Valley High, was first in the 400-meter hurdles (1:00.80), 100-meter hurdles (14.66), long jump (17'10") and high jump (5'8") at the New Jersey Group III state track championships in South Plainfield.

DARREN NELSON
ORANGE, CALIF.
Nelson, 21, a senior outfielder at Chapman College, batted .388 with 21 homers and 77 RBIs in 54 games to become the first triple-crown winner in California Collegiate Athletic Association history. He also led in doubles (22).

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