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September 17, 1987|Ralph Nichols

In the girls meet, Agoura freshman Deena Drossin ran an extra 300 yards but still won easily in 18:52. Freshman teammate Tiffany York placed second (19:05) as Agoura (3-0) defeated Rio Mesa, 20-38, and winless Camarillo, 20-39. Rio Mesa (1-1) defeated Camarillo, 26-29.

Drossin, 14, The Athletics Congress national age group cross-country champion in 1986, took a wrong turn during the race yet missed the course record by only 20 seconds.

"She's running great right now," Agoura Coach Bill Duley said. "If she hadn't gone the wrong way, she probably would have run a minute faster."


Montclair Prep def. First Lutheran, 5-15, 15-10, 15-10, 15-11--Freshmen Nicole Smith and Maria Cione combined for 14 blocks to lead Montclair Prep to a nonleague win. Both schools are 1-1.


Burroughs 25, Flintridge Prep 2--Junior Jeff Paggi scored seven goals and Lucas McClelland added six to lead Burroughs (2-2) to a nonleague win. Seniors David MacMartin and Mike Steward combined for eight goals and Rex Regalado and Louie Brinker each added two.

"There was a lot of balanced scoring, which was real good for this team," Burroughs Coach Steve Platman said.

Burroughs' goalie Erik Hladlik blocked 12 shots.


Chaminade 11, La Reina 7--Chaminade's top singles player, Abigail Villena, won three sets without losing a game in the nonleague match. Sarah Eipe, the No. 2 singles player, won two of three sets and the Eagles' (3-1) top doubles team of Sandy Hua and Kelly Croy won two of its three sets.

Agoura 18, Buena 0--Agoura's top three players dominated the match. Trisha Silverman won, 6-0, 6-0, 6-0, Cindy Nielson won, 6-0, 6-1, 6-2, and Jennifer Frizzelle won, 6-1, 6-2, 6-1. Agoura is 3-0.

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