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Southern Section Honors Green

June 04, 1993

Don Green, who fashioned a successful 20-year coaching career at Cal Lutheran, has been elected to the Southern Section Hall of Fame for a similar 20-year career at Pomona High.

Green, 72, coached track and cross-country from 1950-1969 at Pomona in addition to serving a nine-year stint as the football coach. He coached pole vaulter Bob Seagren, the Olympic gold medalist in 1968, and oversaw a 117-meet winning streak in track.

In 20 years at Cal Lutheran, he coached 44 NAIA All-Americans and put together a 98-meet winning streak in track.

Tennis

Meilen Tu of Northridge was eliminated in the girls' doubles quarterfinals of the French Open. Tu and partner Amanda Basica of Lomita lost to Laurence Courtois and Nancy Feber of Belgium, 6-1, 6-3.

Miscellany

Gaby Selick of Thousand Oaks finished fourth in the $60,000 Budweiser Grand Prix of Devon equestrian competition in Devon, Pa. . . . Host Chaminade High's fencing team won its second consecutive U.S. Fencing Assn. National Scholastic championship May 16. Gold medalists included Chaminade's Dean Jacobberger (epee) and Agoura's Adam Salzman (sabre).

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