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HIGH SCHOOL HIGHLIGHTS : Glaze Sets Record, but Crespi Wins

October 09, 1987

Notre Dame's Mike Glaze was as surprised as anyone when he set a course record during a Del Rey League cross-country meet against Crespi on Thursday at Woodley Park.

"I had no idea that I was running that fast," said the Notre Dame senior, whose 15 minute, 31 second clocking bettered the previous mark of 15:33, set by Crespi's Jeff Jacobs in 1984.

"I didn't know I was on course-record pace until my coach yelled at me with 70 yards to go," Glaze said. "Then I just took off."

Despite Glaze's course record, Crespi (3-1) defeated Notre Dame, 20-35. The Celts, led by Sean Huckaby (16:48) and Stefan Montag (16:56), placed second through sixth.

Notre Dame dropped to 1-3.

BOYS CROSS-COUNTRY

Moorpark 24, Carpinteria 31--Brothers Ricky and Alfredo DeLeon placed first and second for Moorpark in the Tri-Valley League meet at Carpinteria. Ricky DeLeon, a junior, edged Alfredo, a senior, 17:11.1 to 17.11.4. Moorpark is 2-1.

Chaminade 27, Bell-Jeff 28--Bell-Jeff's Sean McCarthy won the race, but Chaminade, behind Ken Ricci and John Zoida, won the Santa Fe League meet.

L. A. Baptist 26, Village Christian 29--Andrew Boudreau of Village Christian placed first (16:53), but L. A. Baptist (4-0) took five of the top eight places to upset the Crusaders in the Alpha League meet at O'Melveny Park in Granada Hills.

GIRLS CROSS-COUNTRY

Moorpark 25, Carpinteria no score--Lisa Shotliff's second-place finish (22:19) led Moorpark (3-0) to its third straight Tri-Valley League victory. Carpinteria did not have the required number of five runners finish the race.

L. A. Baptist 15, Village Christian 49--Kirsten Berger ran 22:14 over the three-mile course as L. A. Baptist (4-0) swept the first six places in the Alpha League meet at O'Melveny Park. Village Christian is 2-2.

GIRLS TENNIS

Chaminade 13, Louisville 5--Chaminade's top singles player, Abigail Villena, won three matches without losing a game to lead Chaminade (2-0, 7-1) to its second consecutive San Fernando Valley League victory at Studio City Golf & Tennis Club.

Simi Valley 13, Newbury Park 5--No. 1 singles player Jeanette Davis won three matches to lead Simi Valley (8-4, 5-2) to a Marmonte League win. Davis defeated Gina Carroll, 6-0; Julie McClure, 6-1; and Eileen Rendulic, 6-0.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Calabasas d. Santa Paula, 15-6, 15-4, 15-5--Middle blockers Leanne Kenney and Kerry Ellman combined for 17 kills to pace Calabasas (1-2, 2-6) in a Frontier League match.

Thousand Oaks d. Channel Islands, 15-1, 15-4, 15-5--Middle blocker Shireen Campbell served for almost half of the Lancers' points, including eight aces, to lead Thousand Oaks (7-0, 10-1).

Agoura d. Nordhoff, 16-14, 15-5, 15-8--Setter Dawn Krenik assisted on 42 kills and outside hitter Christy Janssen had nine kills to lead Agoura (3-0, 7-2) past Nordhoff, the defending state Division II champions, in a Frontier League match.

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