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Conejo Sports Complex in Works

October 04, 1995

Investors headed by David Gulbranson are making headway in gaining permission to develop a multimillion dollar sports complex in the Conejo Valley.

Gulbranson presented his plan Monday night to the Conejo Sports Federation, a group of community leaders and city and park officials who have shown interest in building a multiuse facility.

The plan includes a 150,000 square-foot facility that would be surrounded by soccer fields, a swimming pool, an all-weather track and an in-line skating rink.

The facility, tentatively planned for the Conejo Creek area in Thousand Oaks, would house a basketball arena, restaurants, a weight-training room, a theater, retail outlets and a sports rehabilitation center.

Football

Quarterback Ethan Slimak of Verdugo Hills High will miss Friday's game against Franklin because he was ejected from last week's game, which under City Section rules carries a one-game suspension.

Baseball

Ken Smith, co-coach of the Montclair Prep softball team for eight years, was named Mountie baseball coach.

Water Polo

Pepperdine secured its hold on the nation's No. 4 ranking by placing fourth last weekend at the NorCal tournament at California.

Contributing: Rob Fernas, Steve Henson, Michael Lazarus, Tris Wykes.

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