HIGH SCHOOL CROSS-COUNTRY : Unranked Thousand Oaks Upends Hart MIKE GLAZE and In another meet: and Fountain Valley-Huntington Beach Invitational--Agoura's Bryan
Dameworth, the two-time defending state Division I champion, led his team to an invitational title with a winning effort at Fountain Valley. The Chargers finished with 35 points, beating out Huntington Beach, which tallied 85, and El Dorado, which finished with 96. and Dameworth covered the two-mile course in 13:56. Agoura's Quentin Bauer
took second place overall with a time of 14:43.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ROUNDUP : Crawford Gallops Past Third-Ranked Lincoln, 13-6 JOHN GEIS and Mountain Desert League: and Imperial 28, Army-Navy 12--Leon Jackson rushed for 138 yards and two
touchdowns for Imperial (4-2, 1-0). Imperial quarterback Richie Bonillas completed seven of 11 for 148 yards and two touchdowns. Army-Navy sophomore Koury Clark ran for 181 yards and a touchdown in 26 carries and also threw for a touchdown. Army-Navy is 2-2, 0-1 in league.
Board Spent Half of Reserve on Renovation JAN HICKENBOTTOM, Hickenbottom is president of the Greater Los Angeles chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI), a national nonprofit research and educational organization.
Japanese Competition Is No Threat Allan H. Meltzer, ALLAN H. MELTZER is J. M. Olin Professor of Political Economy and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University and a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.