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FACES IN THE CROWD
July 30, 1990
KATHERINE JOHNSON MARIETTA, GA.Katherine, 14, defeated five players without losing a game to win the U.S. National Junior softball squash championship in the under-15 age group. Katherine also won the national hardball squash title and had a 20-0 record this season.
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July 30, 1990

Faces In The Crowd

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KATHERINE JOHNSON
MARIETTA, GA.
Katherine, 14, defeated five players without losing a game to win the U.S. National Junior softball squash championship in the under-15 age group. Katherine also won the national hardball squash title and had a 20-0 record this season.

JIM VOLPENHEIN
SOUTHGATE, KY.
Volpenhein, 30, owner of a computer products company, beat David Mosley of West Chester, Ohio, 4 and 3, to become the first player to win three straight Greater Cincinnati Golf Association Metropolitan men's amateur championships.

LaREINA WOODS
CORVALLIS, ORE.
Woods, a recent graduate of Corvallis High, won the girls' 100- and 200-meter dashes for the fourth consecutive time at the state high school track and field championships. She became the first four-time winner of the same title in state history.

JODI ROBINSON
HAMILTON, MONT.
Robinson, who graduated recently from Hamilton High, became the first player to win four straight state girls' singles tennis titles, with a 6-1, 6-1 defeat of Kari Finneman of Miles City High. She had a 62-0 record and lost just one set in her varsity career.

JEN COOK
KENNEBUNK, MAINE
Cook, 18, a recent graduate of Kennebunk High, established two state girls' records at the Class B track and field championships by putting the shot 43'3�" and throwing the discus 129'�". She also led the Rams to the girls' team crown.

PETER OGILVIE
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Ogilvie, a recent graduate of St. Thomas More Collegiate, broke the Canadian scholastic record for the 100-meter dash with a time of 10.46 seconds at the provincial high school track and field championships. Ben Johnson set the mark of 10.55 in 1981.

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