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FACES IN THE CROWD
June 02, 1980
JEFF BARTON KOKOMO, IND. Jeff, a 6'2", 190-pound senior catcher for Haworth High, hit three home runs in as many swings in the Huskies' 12-0 season-opening win over Logansport. In Haworth's second game, he hit another homer on the first pitch.
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June 02, 1980

Faces In The Crowd

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JEFF BARTON
KOKOMO, IND.
Jeff, a 6'2", 190-pound senior catcher for Haworth High, hit three home runs in as many swings in the Huskies' 12-0 season-opening win over Logansport. In Haworth's second game, he hit another homer on the first pitch.

CAROLYN FAISON
PANAMA CITY, FLA
Carolyn, a junior at Bay High, was timed for a girls' state high school best in the 110-yard low hurdles (13.7) in Tallahassee. Her clocking was .1 of a second off the National Federation of State High School Associations girls' record.

STAN COCKERTON
OSHAWA, ONTARIO
Cockerton, a 5'7" senior attackman on the North Carolina State lacrosse team, scored four times in a 17-15 loss at Hofstra to establish an NCAA career scoring record of 193 goals. He broke the mark of 191 set by Mike French of Cornell in 1977.

ELAINE SOBANSKY
WASHINGTON, PA.
Elaine, a senior at Trinity High, won a first place at the Penn Relays by putting the 8.8-pound shot 50'1". Earlier, she had established a girls' indoor high school national record of 50'10" with the eight-pound shot at the Pittsburgh Invitational.

ED ANDREWS
BONITA, CALIF.

KIPPI BISHOP
LOS ALAMITOS, CALIF.
Andrews, 23, a teaching pro at a racquetball club, defeated Keith Dunlap of Houston 15-4, 15-13 to win the men's amateur open-age division of the Ektelon/Perrier national racquetball finals in North Hollywood, Calif. He also won the AMF/Voit nationals earlier in December. Bishop, 26, also a racquetball instructor, beat Laura Martino of Fountain Valley, Calif. 15-9, 8-15, 15-9 to earn the women's amateur title. Winners of regional tournaments that had been held in 18 major cities participated in the event.

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