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Girls' Tennis

November 03, 2000

Brentwood 9, Campbell Hall 9--Daron Moore completed an unbeaten regular season at No. 1 singles for Campbell Hall (13-2, 7-1), but Brentwood won on games, 78-64, to take a share of the Delphic League title at Brentwood.

The Vikings, who beat the Eagles, 10-8, on Oct. 18, were outplayed in doubles.

Campbell Hall, which could have won the league title outright, shared its first league crown since 1987.

"Our doubles didn't play well," Campbell Hall Coach Ben Harvey said. "Their crowd got into it. When 200 people show up and start yelling at your doubles, it's hard to play well. They were really giving it to me and my assistant coach. They're just all-around bad sports."

GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL

La Canada def. Blair, 15-3, 15-6, 15-4--Tracy Neumeier had seven kills and Julia Yundg had eight aces for the Spartans, who won their fourth consecutive Rio Hondo League title at Blair.

Brittany Strametz had seven service aces for La Canada (18-2, 10-0), which has not lost a league match in four years.

Harvard-Westlake def. Notre Dame, 15-6, 15-9, 15-5--Courtney Schultz had 24 kills for the Wolverines (18-2, 10-0), ranked No. 1 in the region by The Times, in a Mission League match at Notre Dame.

La Reina def. St. Bonaventure, 15-5, 15-1, 15-8--Jennifer Ryan had 12 kills and 10 digs, and Ashlie Hain had 22 assists for the Regents (22-0, 10-0), who clinched their seventh consecutive Tri-Valley League title and ninth in 10 years at St. Bonaventure (14-2, 8-2).

La Reina, No. 2 in The Times' regional poll, has won 63 straight league games.

Ventura def. Oxnard, 5-15, 15-7, 15-7, 11-15, 15-5--Chelsea Rasmussen had 16 kills and Bridgette Lopez added 12 as the Cougars (8-6) upset the Yellowjackets in a nonleague match at Ventura.

Sarah Morrison had 26 kills and Sara Naumann added 21 for Oxnard (17-4), ranked No. 3 in the region by The Times.

BOYS' WATER POLO

Crescenta Valley 10, Glendale 7--Senior utility player Jeff Little scored four goals, including the game-winner with 6:27 remaining, and the Falcons clinched their ninth consecutive Pacific League title at Crescenta Valley.

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