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FACES IN THE CROWD
Compiled by SANDY KEENAN
January 14, 1985
BUCKY REHAINUPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J. Rehain, 41, wrestling coach at Pascack Hills High, has won 14 district team titles in 18 seasons. He has a streak of 104 dual-meet victories and was chosen as a 1984 Coach of the Year by the National Wrestling Coaches Association.
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January 14, 1985

Faces In The Crowd

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BUCKY REHAIN
UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J.
Rehain, 41, wrestling coach at Pascack Hills High, has won 14 district team titles in 18 seasons. He has a streak of 104 dual-meet victories and was chosen as a 1984 Coach of the Year by the National Wrestling Coaches Association.

PAUL LIEBENROOD
CINCINNATI
Liebenrood, 25, set an American amateur cycling record for the one-hour ride, covering the 45.425 kilometers at Indianapolis' velodrome. He also established U.S. amateur marks at five, 10, 20 and 50 kilometers in only his fourth year of racing.

ALICE NEAL
BASTIAN, VA.
Alice, a senior point guard for the Rocky Gap High girls' basketball team, set a Virginia girls' high school career scoring record of 2,288 points, 86 more than the old mark. She averaged 35.2 points and 7.9 rebounds a game this year.

TROY SNELL
WHITE CLOUD. MICH.
Troy, a junior running back at White Cloud High, rushed for 302 yards and scored six TDs in a 42-8 win over Kent City. A nephew of former Jet back Matt Snell, he ran for 1,178 yards and an average of 6.3 yards per carry.

JOHN CARTER
WOBURN, MASS
Carter, a junior forward on the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute hockey team, had hat tricks in four straight wins over North Dakota, Yale, Brown and Army. An All-America as a sophomore, he's averaging 2.46 points a game this season.

JENNIFER KING
Houston
Jennifer, 7, won the prejuvenile (10-and-under) girls' overall and freestyle titles at the Southwestern Regional Figure Skating Championship in Denver, to become one of the youngest winners ever. She has been skating for 2� years.

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