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El Camino Real Maintains Status Quo

February 23, 2001|From Staff Reports

El Camino Real High won nine of 14 matches and rolled to its fifth consecutive City Section dual-meet title by defeating San Fernando, 41-21, in the final Thursday night at El Camino Real.

The Tigers, who lost to the Conquistadores, 38-29, during the regular season, finished second for the fifth consecutive year.

Nine wrestlers swept three matches for El Camino Real on Thursday: Robert Lim (103 pounds); Cory Lee (112); Aaron Kauffman (119); Weixi Yen (140); Danny Mancilla (145); Justin Brandt (160); Andreik De Leon (171); Phil Daniels-Hernandez (215); and heavyweight Jose Camarena.

The Conquistadores (22-3) defeated Bell, 71-6, in one semifinal and beat Granada Hills, 55-12, in a quarterfinal match.

San Fernando defeated Monroe, 41-30, in the other semifinal.

Monroe placed third, defeating Bell, 45-31.

MEN'S BASKETBALL

Cal Lutheran 91, Redlands 71--Justin Muth had 20 points and Noah Brocious scored 15--all on three-point baskets--for the Kingsmen in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game at Cal Lutheran.

Chris Branich had 27 points, making six of eight three-point shots, and Jon Allen scored 21 for the Bulldogs (8-17, 3-11).

The Kingsmen (19-6, 12-2), who clinched the SCIAC title Monday, made 15 of their first 18 shots to build a 38-15 lead midway through the first half.

Redlands went on a 13-2 run, but Cal Lutheran scored the final 12 points of the half.

COLLEGE BASEBALL

Oxnard 6, Cerritos 5--Josh Miller hit his second home run and Paul McAnulty doubled for the Yellowjackets (6-6) in a nonconference victory at Cerritos (6-5).

Noah Rodriguez (1-3) pitched five innings in relief of Scott Robertson. Chris Vega pitched a scoreless ninth to earn his first save.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

The Master's 67, Concordia 53--Erin Buescher scored eight of her 17 points in the last three minutes of a nonconference victory at Concordia (14-15).

Lesley Dubois scored 19 points for Master's (25-2).

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