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FACES IN THE CROWD
April 30, 1990
MARGARET WALDRONAMELIA ISLAND, FLA. Waldron, 74 and legally blind, had holes in one on the same hole on consecutive days. After husband Pete helped her line up her drives, she used a seven-iron for both aces on the 87-yard 7th at Amelia Island Plantation's Long Point Course.
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April 30, 1990

Faces In The Crowd

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MARGARET WALDRON
AMELIA ISLAND, FLA.
Waldron, 74 and legally blind, had holes in one on the same hole on consecutive days. After husband Pete helped her line up her drives, she used a seven-iron for both aces on the 87-yard 7th at Amelia Island Plantation's Long Point Course.

SHAWN McDONOUGH
YARMOUTH, MAINE
Shawn, a senior forward, had three goals and three assists as he led Yarmouth High to a 7-3 victory over Cheverus High of Portland in the state Class B hockey Western Division championship game. His 62 goals this season set the boys' state record.

TROY HOUSE
INGRAM, TEXAS
Troy, a senior guard, averaged 40.6 points per game this season for Tom Moore High and ended his career with 4,259, the highest total ever by a Texas high school basketball player. He broke the record set in 1986 by Calvin Gerke of Snook.

RUSS HUGHES
STILLWATER, PA.

JOHN HUGHES
STILLWATER, PA.
John and Russ, twin brothers and juniors at Benton High, each won a state Class AA wrestling title. John, who was 37-0 for the season, scored an 11-3 victory over Nick Snook of West Snyder High in Beaver Springs for the 140-pound crown and his third straight state championship. Russ, 38-0 this year, defeated Matt Masters of Northwestern Lehigh High in New Tripoli in the 135-pound final for his first state crown. John and Russ have three-year career records of 107-2-1 and 107-6, respectively.

ELKOVA ICENOGLE
AUBURN, CALIF.
Elkova, a sophomore at Auburn-Placer High, beat Britt Engel of Manatee High in Bradenton, Fla., 15-8, 15-3 to win the girls' singles title at the national high school racquet-ball championships, in St. Louis. She also won the doubles competition.

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