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Muir Guard Frazier Commits to Matadors

September 19, 2000

Joe Frazier, a 6-foot-2 shooting guard for Pasadena Muir High, has committed to Cal State Northridge.

Frazier had scholarship offers from UC Irvine, UC Riverside and Cal State Sacramento.

Northridge also is making a strong bid for All-Southern Section guard Cody Pearson of Notre Dame.

The Matadors will be without one of their top recruits this season, freshman guard Gene Myvett of Littlerock. Myvett is enrolled at Northridge but must sit out the season because he failed to achieve the minimum NCAA qualifying standards.

* Malcolm Norrington, boys' coach at Reseda High for one season, has resigned. Mike Wagner, the Regents' former girls' coach, has been named his replacement.

* Dominic Johnson, starting point guard at North Hollywood, has transferred to Crenshaw.

* Josiah James, a 6-4 junior forward at Reseda, has transferred to North Hollywood.

* Scott Borchart, a 6-9 senior at Chaminade, has set up recruiting visits to Santa Clara and Georgia.

* The Ventura Magic, an 11-and-under boys' team, is holding tryouts at 5 p.m. Wednesday at the Ventura Boys' and Girls' Club on Johnson Drive.

Information: (805) 659-9674.


* The L.A. unit of the California Track Starters' Assn. is seeking individuals interested in becoming track starters for high school and college meets.

Information: (562) 926-4187.

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