Prep Notes Giora Payes of Fairfax won the boys' 18 division at the Subaru Junior tennis tournament Sunday at the Los Angeles Tennis Center. . . . Eight seniors from around the country will be honored in the initial High School All-American program tonight at the Biltmore Hotel: William J. Morocco of North Adams, Mass.; Cheryl Perozek of Newark, Ohio; Jeffrey Bohnsack of Greensboro, N.C.; Jan Jensen of Elk Horn, Iowa; Karen Kull of Melbourne, Fla.; Jeff Weise of Kingfisher, Okla.; Ryan Lewis of Modesto and Martina Walters of Tacoma, Wash. Besides the awards, M&M/MARS, in conjunction with the Amateur Athletic Union, will contribute $1,000 to the selected school.
A team's worst nightmare became reality for the Calabasas Viewpoint softball team last Thursday, when its pitchers gave up 49 walks and 62 runs in three innings in a 62-1 loss to Simi Lutheran. Yukako Ogoshi was 2 for 2 with a grand slam, 2 walks and 8 runs batted in for Simi Lutheran--in the first inning. "I've never been involved in anything like it before," Simi Lutheran Coach Warren Bottino said afterward. "I put in all the reserves in the first inning, and they played the whole game. Girls who hadn't caught a ball in a year were catching screaming liners. It was just that kind of game." The Heritage League has a 10-run mercy rule, but it goes into effect after the third inning.
Samantha Toomey, the daughter of former Olympic decathlon champion Bill Toomey, has long jumped 18-2 and triple jumped 36-7 1/2, both good marks, as a junior at Mission Viejo Capistrano Valley. . . . Butch Taylor, who guided the Mission Viejo Trabuco Hills basketball team to an 18-6 record last season in the school's second year of existence, has resigned. No replacement was named.