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High School Spring Sports : Jung Clears Final Vault for Chatsworth

March 12, 1988|John Ortega, Vince Kowalick and Tim Brown

Bobby Jung of Chatsworth cleared 13 feet in the pole vault on his final attempt to give the Chancellors a 64-63 victory over Granada Hills in a nonleague track meet Friday at Granada Hills.

Jung's victory was worth 5 points and broke a 59-59 tie.

"The kid really came through," Granada Hills Coach Mal Stock said. "If he misses that jump, we win the event and the meet."

Jung's effort capped a rally for Chatsworth (1-1), which was led by Ron Martin and Bryan Addison, who each won two events.


Taft 56, San Fernando 52--San Fernando (1-1) won 9 of 10 running events but Taft dominated the field events in the nonleague meet at San Fernando.

San Fernando's Nikawa Prevost won the 100 in a wind-aided 13.0, the 440 in 65.5 and ran the second leg on the Tigers' victorious 440-yard (50.7) and mile relay (4:32.8) teams.

Granada Hills 52, Chatsworth 48--Sophomore Lori Mertes won three events for Chatsworth (0-2) in the nonleague meet at Granada Hills. Mertes won the high jump at 5-0, the 400 meters in 67.8 and the shotput in 29-11 3/4.


Chaminade d. Notre Dame, 15-12, 15-13, 15-9--Junior Chris Bruckner had 16 kills and senior Bill Cheeseman had 15 as the Eagles won a nonleague match at Chaminade.

Montclair Prep d. St. Genevieve, 15-12, 13-15, 15-3, 6-15, 15-4--Senior outside hitter Mike Pobanz had 18 kills and Josh Willes had 14 for the Mounties (3-2) in a nonleague match at Montclair Prep.

Crespi d. Bosco Tech, 15-5, 15-5, 15-11--Chris McGee had 9 kills and Ken Lynch had 5 blocks for Crespi in the Del Rey League opener at Crespi.


Bell-Jeff 4, St. Bernard 2-- Stacey Smock had 13 strikeouts and pitched a 2-hitter in a nonleague game at Bell-Jeff. Jennifer Cococo struck out 8 and pitched a 1-hitter for St. Bernard (4-2). Smock singled for Bell-Jeff's only hit.

Highland Hall 17, California Christian 15--Highland Hall opened a 13-0 lead in the nonleague game at California Christian. Freshman Monica Palman was 4 for 5.

Moorpark 5, Agoura 3--Nana Barrera pitched a complete game to improve her record to 3-1 in the nonleague game. Teammate Ann Middleton was 3 for 4 with 2 RBIs.

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