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Athletes of the Week

April 24, 2001

Sean Boatright

Trabuco Hills, Baseball

Boatright, a senior outfielder who has signed to play at Long Beach State next season, was eight for 11 in last week's





ment. He hit three home runs, tying him for the county

lead with nine this season. Boatright also had 10 runs batted in, two doubles, a triple and was intentionally walked four times. Trabuco Hills defeated Servite, 7-3, in the tournament's third-place game on Wednesday.

* Aaron Yovan

University, Tennis

Advanced to the fourth round of the Easter Bowl tournament with upset of 12th-seeded Drew Hoskins of Los Alamitos.

* Kyle Cullinan

Fullerton, Baseball

Hit four home runs and had eight RBIs in three games. He has nine homers this season, second-best in the county.


Mandie Rowell

Santa Margarita, Track & Field

Rowell, a sophomore, tied for sixth in the girls' pole vault at last weekend's Mt. San Antonio College Relays. Rowell's mark of 11 feet 8 inches tied her for fourth on the all-time Orange County

list. The event was won with a vault of 12-8. Rowell's vault gave her the county lead this season, topping Elizabeth Woepse of Mater Dei, who had earlier posted an 11-6. Rowell's previous top mark this season was 11-4.

* Lindsey Nelson

Villa Park, Tennis

Despite playing all week with a strained stomach muscle, Nelson advanced to the finals of the Easter Bowl tournament.

* Jackie Brown

Fountain Valley, Softball

Allowed two hits and struck out six in nine innings to lead the Barons to the Woodbridge tournament title.

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