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October 29, 1992 | KIM KUTCHER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Stacy Kneeshaw was always a versatile athlete. When she was 2, her mother caught her hanging from the top of her bedroom window, holding onto a curtain rod, when she was supposed to be napping. When she was in the sixth grade, she and her team went to the Bobby Sox softball nationals. She competed on the boys' track team at Hewes Junior High. While at Foothill High, Kneeshaw held every girls' school record in the flat races from 100 yards to one mile.
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October 29, 1992 | KIM KUTCHER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Stacy Kneeshaw was always a versatile athlete. When she was 2, her mother caught her hanging from the top of her bedroom window, holding onto a curtain rod, when she was supposed to be napping. When she was in the sixth grade, she and her team went to the Bobby Sox softball nationals. She competed on the boys' track team at Hewes Junior High. While at Foothill High, Kneeshaw held every girls' school record in the flat races from 100 yards to one mile.
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July 19, 1992 | KIM KUTCHER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Sherry Kittrell didn't know who had passed her during the women's segment of the Seal Beach Rough Water Swim's 10-mile event Saturday. When Kittrell, 40, a physics teacher at Ocean View High School, was told it was 16-year-old Wendy Monahan of Huntington Beach, she was surprised. "A 16-year-old won!" Kittrell exclaimed when she heard the result. "No wonder she had a sprint."
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