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FACES IN THE CROWD
December 06, 1976
RON CUCCIA ALHAMBRA, CALIF. A 5'9", 160-pound junior quarterback at Wilson High, Cuccia has already broken the Los Angeles high school career record for total offense with 6,327 yards. This season he threw for 2,406 yards and 24 touchdowns and rushed for 794 yards.
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December 06, 1976

Faces In The Crowd

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RON CUCCIA
ALHAMBRA, CALIF.
A 5'9", 160-pound junior quarterback at Wilson High, Cuccia has already broken the Los Angeles high school career record for total offense with 6,327 yards. This season he threw for 2,406 yards and 24 touchdowns and rushed for 794 yards.

ROBBIE NAISH
KAILUA, HAWAII
Robbie, a 90-pound 13-year-old who was one of the youngest competitors in an international field of nearly 400, won the third annual World Wind-surfing championship off Nassau. He had finishes of 1-1-2-9-1 in the five-race series.

CHRIS RIEGEL
READING, PA.
Chris, 11, led his Gymnastrum Sport-school team to three national team championships, winning 13 individual titles in the U.S. Gymnastic Federation's Junior Olympics. He also holds the Regional AAU Junior Olympic championship.

DAN FULTON
OMAHA
A junior split end at the University of Nebraska-Omaha, Fulton set an NCAA Division II record for pass receiving of 1,581 yards. He caught a total of 67 passes—16 of them for touchdowns—for an average of 23.6 yards per reception.

DALE KRAMER
NORTHFIELD, MINN.
A junior at Carleton College, Kramer became a Division III All-America in cross-country after winning the NCCA Division III race, covering the five-mile course in 24:56, a Division III national record. He was also an All-America in track.

MIKE SHEELEY
BALTIMORE
A junior at Kenwood High, Sheeley won the Baltimore County cross-country title, defeated 700 runners in the Hereford Invitational and won the district and state meets. In the latter he was timed in 15:34 for the three-mile course.

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