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El Toro Tops Servite in Water Polo

October 11, 2000

Brett McCleave scored his fifth goal of the game with just under three minutes remaining Tuesday to give ninth-ranked El Toro a 10-9 victory over No. 7 Servite in boys' water polo at El Toro.

Vincent Bevins scored four goals and Mark deGrasse made 21 saves for Servite (12-4).

El Toro improved to 10-7.

In other nonleague games:

No. 10 Edison 8, Dana Hills 7--Sophomore Cody Tague had two goals and seven steals for the visiting Chargers (12-5). Dana Hills (6-5) made it close with three fourth-period goals,

Long Beach Wilson 14, No. 4 Foothill 9--Brian Alexander, Kevin Logan and Dan Yacoob scored two goals each for visiting Foothill (12-7), which trailed 8-2 at halftime. Wilson is ranked third in Southern Section Division I, Foothill is fourth.

In the Golden West League:

Saddleback 7, Santa Ana 6--Kevin Cooney scored with 1:09 left in the game to win it for visiting Saddleback (2-9, 1-0), which overcame a four-goal deficit by scoring five unanswered goals in the fourth quarter.

In Pacific Coast League girls' golf:

No. 1 University 116, Estancia 160--Angela Won shot a one-under 34 for the Trojans (11-0, 6-0) at Mesa Linda. Estancia is 2-6, 2-3.

In the Sea View League:

No. 4 Aliso Niguel 127, Newport Harbor 151--Freshman Lesil Hasbrouck made two birdies at Big Canyon, shot three-over 39 and was medalist for the eighth time in 11 matches for the Wolverines (10-1, 4-0), who defeated the Sailors (5-4, 2-2).

Kelly Hunt led Newport Harbor with a 47.

In the South Coast League:

No. 9 Dana Hills 134, El Toro 155--Dana Hills' Carling Cho eagled the first hole and finished with a three-over 39 at Dove Canyon. The Dolphins (7-4, 4-1) maintained their lead in the South Coast League. El Toro is in a three-way tie for second with Mission Viejo and San Clemente at 3-2.

In the Sunset League:

No. 10 Esperanza 133, Edison 150--Vickie Yang earned medalist honors with a 42 for the Aztecs (7-2, 3-2) at Mile Square Park. Edison is 1-4 in league.

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