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sports Redondo Denies BHHS Playoff Bid Boys' soccer team edged in shootout in playoff decider By Steven Herbert Beverl Hills High Schoors bllys' soccer tean~ nlissed bollixing tor the Southern Secfion playoff~ ~or the first time since 1996 by the narmwesl ol marfims. "rile Normans lost to Redondo, 4 3, ill apelnafiy kick shut,tout Friday ahcr rcguladon play and overt me ended in a I- I tie in a phyoff game to decide third place in the Ocean League at Nickoll Field Both teams made Iheir first three penally kicks, with All Ladjcvardi, Ira Horowdz and Jeffrey Tu[I scoring tor Beverly Hills. However, shots b'~ Andrew Curtis and Chuck Kim were slopped by the Sea Hawing goalkee~p(er and Redond~o made its fourth penahy kick Tim Sea Hawks took a I-0 lead on a first half ponahy kick. Curtis tied Ihe score in the second half off Ladjevardi's assisl The rem~dnder of regulation and IWO lO-minule over times were scoreless, The Nonnans forced theplayoffg;ame with a I-0 victory over Morningside Thursday in an Ocean League match at Nickofi Field. Eli Meschures scored wilh 15 minutes to play as Beverly Hills nnpmvcd to 9-5 in league play. Tile Normans finished die season ] 7 12- I, including, twn Iournament penahy kick victo des, tile third-highest ~iclory Iota] ill the 28 seasons the school has fielded a boys' soccer team. Both the 1990 91 team, ~hich reached tile Southern Sectgm 4-A finals, and the 199I 92 tcanL won ]g, SPORTSW1RE Two BHHS Wrestlers Advance To Southern Section Individual Playof[~ Beverly Hifis High Sehifl senior Daniel Leathers and sophomore Jon Turner ualified fur Friday's Southern Section wresding inthvidua[ piayoftk through their perfof mances at last week's Ocean League Finals. Boys' Basketball l~everlv Hills High School's hopes ill qualifythg for the Southern Section playoes for the first time-since 1997 ended with a 59 5~ overtime loss to Hawthorne Feb 6 in an Ocean Lea ue alne at the Swini-Gvm. ~e Ng~nnans entered the'final week of regular scaslln play needing to ~in both their games to reach the I 1 victory threshold making them eligible If apply tbr a playott berth Beverly Hills trailed 17 13 alter the first quzmer, but took a 27 26 battmne lead as it oulseored the Cougltrs, 14-9, ill the second quarter as Chuscn Walker made two Ihrec poinl baskets aed Iwo lree throws for die Norman,. Beverly Hills entered the fourth quaffer leading 37-36 ,as each team scc~red 10 poinls in the third quarler Ha~lfiorne oulscored lhe Nol'nlans, 12-[ 1, in the fimllh quarter In Iorcc the overdnle and I I 5 ill tile ovenPl/c Walker led Beverly Hills with 14 points, while Zack 'fimnlcr added 1O, Habcn Hagos and Max Shapiro nine each, Issac Altafion seven. Donnie Richardson two add Jason Kravdz and Mike Sabel one each Hagos scored 13 in a season ending 64-48 loss at South Tt~rrancc in an Ocean I,eagu ame Thursday. "Ihnnler added eight, Walker seven, Afiafion six, Richardscm and Max ~hapiro/our each and Kravitz, SabPt and Eric Shapiro twt) each as die Normans ended thed" seas~m %15, 5-9 in league play. Girls' Soccer Samfi Ullman scored in the second hall off Megan Wilson's assist and Laurie Housnlan (isled the shutout as Beverly Hi s High School defeated El Seguedrl, I-e, in an fee n ~ague match Feb. 6 at NickoII I;icld. Annie Grabarsky ..... dinthe first half and Shelby Chin in th ...... d in a 2 0 victory at Momingside Timrsdaythan" Ocean League match. Ashley Briskman posted the shulout as the Normans ended their sea.son t3-fi-2, 9-4- 1 in league play, finishing fourth and miss- ing a playoff berth by a half game. Girls' Basketball Michele Hale scored [ 8 points and Ceig, al Biberstcin I 7 in Beverly Hills High School's 55-52 Ocean League loss at Hawthorne Feb. 6, The Normans entered the fourth quaffer leading 42-3g, but were outseored 17- I0 in the fourth quarler D'Andra Walker added eigh, Jenna Gnlfin six and Gabrielia Kashani, Brandie c, ckett and Laura Wishingrad one each fk)r Beverly Hills. Bibcrstein and Lockctt each scored six in a 65 24 loss to league cflampit)n South Torrance, in Thursday's Ocean League game al the Swim Gym The Sporrans went a 144) first-half run and scored 17 unanswered points in the third quarter as they corn ~lcted Ocean League play 14-0, Ha e and Kashanl each added foul and M che e Hafim and W sh ngrad two each as the Normans ended the season 8-14, 5 9 in league play Football Fulfilling earlier non-binding verbal commitments, Beverly Hills Iligh School defensive back Jibrd Raymo (UCLA) and running back Roger Smith (Whshir~gton State) signed lel. ters of intent to accept addetic scholarships Feb. 7, the first day permitted under NCAA rules. Raymo is the first Norman football player to receive a scholarship to UCLA since Michael Moore in 1989 [] B/W Color Session Session $ 75 $100 H In Studio Photo Session Includes 2 - 8x10 Prints YOU keep the negatives Call (310) 403-7031 14 Beverly Hills Weekly