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Undefeated Chatsworth Overwhelms Narbonne, 14-0

February 24, 1996

Undefeated Chatsworth High received goals from 11 players Friday and overwhelmed Narbonne, 14-0, in a City Section 4-A Division quarterfinal playoff game at Chatsworth High.

Jackie Fodor led the onslaught with three goals, and Kim Pickup scored twice.

Fodor, a freshman striker, has scored 21 goals this season.

Also scoring were Ember Lee, Beezy Preis, Maria Acosta, Michelle George, Pam George, Jessica Spenchian, Michele Charles, Liz Gonzalez and Erica Frechman.

Chatsworth led, 9-0, at halftime.

"After that I made a rule that the girls could score only after making five passes and if they headed the ball into the goal," said Chatsworth Coach Jack Sidwell, whose team was the division's runner-up last season. "But darned if they didn't go right down the field and kick it in again."

The Chancellors (17-0-1) will play El Camino Real in a semifinal Tuesday at Chatsworth.

In other City Section quarterfinals:

El Camino Real 6, Hamilton 1--Melissa Cleal and Erin Karsh each scored two goals for the Conquistadores (8-7-3) in a 4-A game at El Camino Real.

Granada Hills 5, Palisades 1--Ami Ghoniem and Amanda Light each scored two goals as the Highlanders (8-7-4) surged to a 4-0 lead and cruised to victory in a 4-A game at Granada Hills.

Granada Hills will face San Pedro in a semifinal Tuesday at San Pedro.

San Pedro 4, Grant 0--The Pirates opened a 2-0 halftime lead en route to blanking the Lancers (1-13-1) in a 4-A game at San Pedro.

Monroe 2, Bell 0--Katherine Northcutt and Ruth Hebert scored for the Vikings (10-1-5) in a 3-A game at Bell.

Monroe goalkeeper Lupe Brambila made nine saves, and the Vikings outshot the Eagles, 15-13.

Sixth-seeded Monroe will play at Westchester in a semifinal Tuesday.

Cleveland 3, Belmont 1--Brynne Blumstein, Patty Castro and Yadia Caceras scored for the Cavaliers (10-3-2) in a 3-A game at Belmont.

Fifth-seeded Cleveland, the division runner-up last season, will play Tuesday at top-seeded Kennedy in a semifinal.

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