September 26, 2004
GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL * Ashley Engle, Anaheim Esperanza: Had 71 kills in eight matches and was selected tournament MVP after the Aztecs defeated Long Beach Millikan for the Capistrano Valley tournament title. BOYS' WATER POLO * Danny Polyakov, Agoura: The tournament MVP had three goals, two assists and two steals in a 9-6 victory over Thousand Oaks in the Buena tournament final. CROSS-COUNTRY * Fitsum Tesfa, Chino Don Lugo: Won the Division I boys' race at the Stanford Invitational in 15:10.
May 26, 2005 |
Los Angeles Dorsey figures to be a favorite over Woodland Hills Taft to win the boys' title at the City Section track and field championships today at Lake Balboa Birmingham. The freshman-sophomore division field events begin at 2 p.m. with the first varsity running event schedule for 5:30. Dorsey is led by senior David Gettis, the defending City and two-time defending State champion in the 400 meters. Gettis will also anchor the Dons' 400- and 1,600-meter relay teams.
October 17, 2003
CROSS-COUNTRY * Orange County Championships * When: Saturday, 8 a.m. * Where: Irvine Regional Park. * Fast facts: Anaheim Esperanza, the No. 3-ranked girls' team in the Southland by The Times, will try to win its third consecutive title against a field that includes No. 7 Cypress, No. 9 Fountain Valley and No. 10 Irvine Woodbridge.
June 17, 2004
*--* Rank School (Division) Comment 1 LONG BEACH POLY (SS-Div. I) Jackrabbits won section title and placed second in state championships. 2 DORSEY (City) Finished third in state meet after dominating City championships. 3 ARROYO GRANDE (SS-Div. I) State shotput champion Mark Lewis led superb group of throwers. 4 ROYAL (SS-Div. I) Had dynamic duo in Bryan Rodie and Josh Lubeck. 5 MUIR (SS-Div. III) Marquis Profit was dynamite in both hurdle events. 6 SERRA (SS-Div.
June 6, 2004 |
Things didn't go exactly the way David Gettis of Los Angeles Dorsey had hoped they would in the boys' competition of the state track and field championships at Hughes Stadium on Saturday. But the Don junior bounced back from a disastrous start with a pair of superb performances on a hot day.
December 12, 2004 |
The Compton Dominguez boys' basketball team might have just passed its stiffest test of the season after holding on for a wild 53-52 victory over Westchester on Saturday in the championship of the Westchester tournament at Westchester. The Dons, ranked No. 4 in the Southland by The Times, overcame an eight-point, fourth-quarter deficit and two late instances in which referees added precious seconds to the clock to defeat the top-ranked Comets. Trailing, 53-52, Westchester had the ball with 8.