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Athletes of the Week

October 25, 1994

Shelby Clemens

Edison, Senior

Volleyball/Outside hitter

Edison has won three consecutive five-game matches, including Sunset League victories over Esperanza and Marina last week and Clemens is one of the keys to the second-ranked Chargers' stamina. "She's just a great all-around player," Edison Coach Dave Mohs said. "With her and our other outside hitter, Erin McCown, basically you just put them on the court and they don't come off." Clemens had 20 kills and 10 digs in the victory over Esperanza and 16 kills and 15 digs in the victory over Marina. "It was just a great week for her," Mohs said.

Cross-country

Heather Garritson

* Buena Park, freshman. Won the Division III race at the Mt. San Antonio Invitational, running three miles in 17 minutes 49 seconds, the third-fastest time ever by a freshman.

Peggy Hall

* Trabuco Hills, junior. Finished 14th in the team sweepstakes race at Mt. SAC, leading the Mustangs to a second-place finish.

Tennis

Nina Vaughan

* Corona del Mar, freshman. Swept her singles sets, 6-1, 6-2, 6-0, to lead the then-No. 4 Sea Kings to a 9-9, 85-65 victory in games over then-No. 3 Newport Harbor.

Volleyball

Roberta Gehlke

* Mater Dei, junior. Had 26 kills in the Monarchs' five-game victory over Long Beach Millikan, then-ranked No. 1 in Southern Section Division II.

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