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Marmonte Keeping Transfer Issue Alive

September 14, 2000

Marmonte League principals agreed Wednesday to continue investigating a proposal that would restrict athletic eligibility for transfers.

The principals agreed in theory to carry forward a motion to restrict transfers without a bona-fide change of address, and a written plan is expected to be drawn up within a month.

The proposal would then be presented to the four school districts that have jurisdiction over the seven Marmonte League teams--Conejo, Simi Valley, Moorpark and Las Virgenes.

All four districts must agree to restrict transfers in order for it to become Marmonte League policy.

Under the proposal, an athlete who fails to meet change-of-address criteria could be banned from varsity competition for a year.


Super-middleweights Pregiberto Placencia of Pacoima and Harold Low of Palmdale will fight in the main event Saturday in Fight Night at the Brick Yard in Castaic.

Placencia (2-2-1) and Low (1-2-1) are scheduled for eight rounds.

Also on the card are a six-round welterweight bout between Albert Ochoa (0-1) of Fillmore and Danny Perez (0-5) of Santa Ana and a four-round junior-welterweight fight between Gaulberto Acosta (1-1) of Los Angeles and Artyon Galstyan (0-1) of Glendale.

Light-heavyweights James Green of Los Angeles and Marcus Johnson of La Habra are scheduled for four rounds and Alicia Doyle of Calabasas meets Lisa Valencia (0-1) of Pomona in a women's junior-lightweight bout.

The first fight begins at 7:30 p.m. Information: (661) 263-1714.


Ventura (6-1-1) is ranked third in the California Community College Southern California Regional Women's Soccer poll.

Canyons (1-0) is tied for eighth and Oxnard (2-0) is tied for 14th.

Glendale (1-0) is tied for 13th in the men's poll.

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