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FACES IN THE CROWD
March 07, 1988
FINNELL WHITE CHARLESTON, S.C. Finnell, a senior guard, scored 79 points, made a 64-foot three-pointer to end the first half and a game-winning three-pointer with :06 left as Lowcountry Academy beat Andrews Academy 90-89. He's averaging 53.3 points a game.
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March 07, 1988

Faces In The Crowd

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FINNELL WHITE
CHARLESTON, S.C.
Finnell, a senior guard, scored 79 points, made a 64-foot three-pointer to end the first half and a game-winning three-pointer with :06 left as Lowcountry Academy beat Andrews Academy 90-89. He's averaging 53.3 points a game.

VICKI BORSHEIM
EVERETT, WASH.
Borsheim, a senior with a 3.8 average in physiotherapy at the University of Washington, high-jumped 6'1�" to win Eastern Michigan University's Winter Track Classic. Last year Vicki cleared 6'�" to win the PAC-10 outdoor title.

JERAMY WRINKLE
OLATHE, KANS.
Jeramy, a fifth-grader at Rolling Ridge Elementary, hit .846 and was 7-0 as a pitcher in baseball last summer, averaged 210 yards passing and 184 yards rushing as a quarterback last fall, and is scoring 18.3 points per game in basketball.

MICHAEL PARKER
GREENSBORO, N.C.
Parker, 41, the men's soccer coach at UNC-Greensboro, has a 186-47-10 record over the last 12 seasons and won six NCAA titles—one in Division II, five in Division III—more than any other active college soccer coach.

SUSAN DIERDORFF TAYLOR
ANNAPOLIS, MD.

ED ADAMS
NEWPORT, R.I.
Dierdorff Taylor, 30, and Adams, 31, both Olympic aspirants, were named Yachtswoman/Yachtsman of the Year by the U.S. Yacht Racing Union. Dierdorff Taylor and her crew, Cory Fischer, won nine U.S. and international regattas in the 470 and Snipe classes. Adams and his crew, Tom Olsen, sailed Star- and Snipe-class boats to victory in nine regattas, including the Star world championships on Lake Michigan.

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