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Mission Viejo

March 12, 1997

Coach: Fred Almond (17th year).

1996: 5-0 dual-meet record in South Coast League; won 14th consecutive league title, Southern Section Division II runner-up.

Key returners: Ashley Bethel, Jr., 200, 100 LH, LJ, HJ; Allison Casserly, So., 800, 1,600; Julie Casserly, So., 800, 1,600; Taryn D'Agostino, Sr., 400; Laura Glattfelter, So., 100, 100 LH, LJ; Sarah Higham, Jr., 300 IH, HJ, PV; Tami Higham, Sr., HJ, LJ, TJ; Jennifer Mescher, Jr., 100, PV; Kristyn Mescher, Jr., 200, 400; Cynthia Rehart, So., 1,600, 3,200; Angela Schorr, Sr., 800, 1,600; Tasha Sharp, Sr., SP, DT; Brook Taylor, So., 400, 300 IH; Annie Terry, Jr., 300 IH, TJ.

Key newcomers: Kristen Dutwiler, Jr., SP, DT; Nicole Fallert, So., HJ; Amanda Fleskoski, Fr., 100 LH, 300 IH; Julie Loya, Jr., SP, DT; Milaya Paggett, So., SP, DT.

Outlook: The Diablos, led by the multitalented Bethel, look to be the team to beat for the county title this spring. Schorr, Rehart and the Casserly twins had outstanding track seasons as distance runners a year ago, and the Higham sisters, Tami and Sarah, can do it all for the Diablos.

For the Record
Los Angeles Times Thursday March 13, 1997 Orange County Edition Sports Part C Page 16 Sports Desk 1 inches; 28 words Type of Material: Correction
Prep track--Mission Viejo's Ashley Bethel was the 200-meter winner at the Orange County Championships last spring. That fact was incorrectly reported in Wednesday's Times Orange County Edition.

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