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NOTEBOOK / GARY KLEIN : North, South Battle to a Tie in Shrine Game

July 28, 1994|GARY KLEIN

Pene Talamaiveo appeared to have put the South team in position to win, but the 43rd Shrine high school all-star football game ended in a 7-7 tie in its debut at Citrus College last weekend.

Talamaiveo, a defensive lineman who graduated from Ganesha and will attend Utah in the fall, recovered a fumble with 30 seconds left at the North's 28-yard line. But his efforts were wasted when officials ruled that North quarterback Steve Campbell fumbled on a pass attempt.

The South leads the series, 21-16-6.

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Registration has begun for the Claremont Adult Soccer Assn., a men's over-30 league with teams in Claremont, Glendora, Duarte, Hacienda Heights, Walnut, Montclair, Upland, Ontario and Phillips Ranch.

The fall season begins Sept. 11. Matches are played at Griffith Park and other sites.

Information: (909) 596-4500.

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Several high school track and field athletes from the San Gabriel Valley are participating this week in the Junior Olympics at Gainesville, Fla.

The San Gabriel Valley contingent includes, Jucori Tryon of Muir, who will compete in the 400 meters and 400 and 1,600 relays, DeAngelo Steward of Muir (long jump, relays) Devin Myrick of Muir (100 and relays), Obea Moore of Muir (400 and relays, Derrick Evans of Muir (triple jump) and Mike Russell of Rowland (100 and 200).

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The Foothill-Citrus Officials Assn. is seeking persons interested in becoming football officials for the upcoming high school season.

Officials must be available to work games played Thursdays and Fridays at 3:15 p.m.

The group will have its first meeting Aug. 23 at West Covina High.

Information: (818) 964-9445.

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A golf tournament that will benefit the Hacienda Heights Library will be staged Aug. 22 at Hacienda Golf Club in La Habra Heights.

A $200 donation includes golf cart, lunch on the course, dinner and an auction. Proceeds will be used to purchase materials for the library's children's collection.

Information: (818) 968-9357.

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