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Campbell Hall Courts Victory, 12-6

October 07, 2000

Cheyenne Reveche swept three sets and Campbell Hall High beat Flintridge Prep, 12-6, in a nonleague girls' tennis match at Valley College.

Reveche, who improved to 24-0 in sets this season, played No. 1 singles in place of Daron Moore, who sat out because of illness. The Vikings (7-1) also were missing No. 3 player Anne Sweeney, who has an injured toe.

Lenna Vanerian and Bri Delamarter of Campbell Hall won three doubles sets to remain unbeaten.

Crossroads 10, Buckley 8--Rachel Schechter and Elizabeth Burnside surrendered only one game while sweeping three sets for Buckley (1-6, 0-2) in a Delphic League match at Reed Park in Santa Monica.

Leala Shah and Shanassa Roen each won two of three singles sets for Buckley.


Crescenta Valley 9, Thousand Oaks 3--Ben Tickner scored three goals in the fourth quarter for Crescenta Valley in a quarterfinal game of the South Bay tournament at El Segundo High.

Jeff Little had four goals for Crescenta Valley, which led, 4-2, entering the final quarter. Mike Hoy made 13 saves for the Falcons (13-2).

Little had four goals, Tickner three and David Mulcahey three in Crescenta Valley's 14-4 first-round victory over Beverly Hills.

Rio Mesa 28, Hueneme 1--Nick Glaze scored 10 goals, and Justin Burdine, Tyler Owens, Jon Gamble and Aaron Boshoff each had three in a Pacific View League game at Oxnard High.

Freshman Vincent Ferro made 14 saves and three steals for Rio Mesa (3-12, 1-1).


Viewpoint def. Providence, 15-5, 15-4, 15-11--Sarah Kellard, who had 10 kills, and assist leader Melodie Rahbar paced the Patriots (9-0, 5-0) in a Liberty League match at Viewpoint.

A streak of 43 consecutive victories in league play by Providence (7-2, 5-1) was stopped.

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