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Gail Redmond, Camel Racing.
Steve Cavalin, 34, a car salesman, "used a roundhouse-backhand combination to knock Mike Behler off the beam in the finals of the 27th World Pillowfighting Championships, in Kenwood, Calif. The 6'8" defending champ won seven best-of-three-falls matches without being knocked from the beam, which was suspended four feet above a mud pit."
Daunte Culpepper, "a senior quarterback at Vanguard (Ocala) High, set a school record for passing yardage in a season (3,070) and in a career (6,107). He also threw for 57 TDs in his three varsity seasons, including 31 in 1994, while leading the Knights to the 5A state finals and earning Florida Player of the Year honors." Culpepper goes on to become a first-round draft pick of the Minnesota Vikings and a three-time Pro Bowler. He currently plays for the Miami Dolphins.
Shea Ralph sets 17 girls' high school records, including career scoring average (33.0), assists (725) and steals (698) for Terry Stanford High in Fayetteville, N.C.
FACES gets its own page in SCORECARD.
"William Bell, 75, a retired doctor, established a 75--79 age group world record in the pole vault by clearing 10'¼"."
Cedric Benson, the future fourth pick (by Chicago) in the '05 NFL draft, breaks the Texas state Class 5A career rushing record of 6,189 yards.
Cappie Pondexter, now a rookie with the Phoenix Mercury, named Ms. Basketball in Illinois a second time.
Jeff Glasbrenner, Wheelchair Basketball.