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sportsm Baseball Team Wins Two Normans score 19 runs in victories over Ventura, Oxnard By Steven Herbe~ Jason Gomes drove in three runs and Steven Jo'ceph two as Be'*eriy Hill'; High de c ted Ventura 9-8, Salurday in a Wc~.tside "Fournamcm game at [,a Ciencga Park The Normans scored four runs m the sixth inning t(~ break a 5 5 tic Chascn Walker ",Jnglcd ir~ Adam I.cvyn with the firs( run J.~eph followed with ~t d~,uble driving in pinch runnel Bryan Englcr Gome',' double drove in Juseph and S(cvc Seigel. who reached on a ground ,,nt Reliever Jcrcmv 1.c, cv 1 0) pltchcd ~mc inning to im:k up th,: vltt*,gv Gc,mc~, Clyde Hogan J,,,..~ph and l.cvyn each had two hits in a IO 7 Westsidc TL)Ll~nalncn~ victory Prulas at { )xnard. Je:~s," Macht homclcd Ica, lin~ oH Ihe fihh Joc Rocchi,) (I-th pgchcd ;~ complete gantc, striking out seven rfhc Nol marts (3-2) arc scheduled t~ phly hosl to M(~rnlngsidc Wcdn~,da? al 3 15 phi at I ~ Cicncga Park in their Ocean I.cague upener. Track Coulmey Ray won lhc high iump, long iump and triple jump as Beverly Hills High del~alcd Simlh Torrance, 9g 36, in the girls' Bay I,eaguc track opcner ff~r hc~th schools ghursday at Nicktlll PJchl Lauren Blown won the I00 and 2(g) reelers and anchored the Normans' victorious 400-relay tear~l Erin Hill (40~)l was the other individua~ event winner for Beverly Hd~s (2-0, I 0 in league phly) Jason Kravitz won the discus and shol put and was named as the Athlele of the Meet in the boys' {cain's 8"7-44 victory over the Spar~ans Steven Lin (110 high hurdles, 300 intermediate hurdles) and Haben Hagos (high jump, triple jump) each also w~m two events for the Normans (2-0, I 0). Jibri[ Raymo .won the HK) and anchored {he winning 400 and 1,600 relay teams for Beverly Hills. Cameron Gooraboo (4(R}); Matt Pedmutter (pole vault); Noah Smith I3,2(~) and William Yung (long jump) were Beverly Hills' other individual event win- ners Swimming Charles Kim ( 100-yard breaststroke, 100 butterfly) and Alan Nah (50 freestyle, 100 lrecslyle) each won two evems as Beverly Hills High defeated Crossroads, 125-41, q hursday in a non-league boys' meet at the Swim-Gym. Stanley Balk (200 frcestyleL David Goldman (100 backstroke) and Toby Karlin (500 freestyle) were the other individual evcnt winners Ior the Normans (I-0) Latin Moravia (100 freestyle, 200 individual nledley) and Sbelley Sorger (200 freestyle and 500 freestyle) each won two events in the girls' team's 104-45 victory over the Roadrunners. Liz Beaty (10B butterlly) and Schadi Scmnani ( 100 breaststroke) were Ihe other indi- vidual winners for tile Normans. Softball Kelli Serden went lhree lbr-three and drove in a run, Laurie Housman drove in two runs as Beverly Hills High deli:ated Colnpton, 6-3, in a Hawthorne Tournamen! game shortened to five innings because of a time limit Saturday at Hawthorne. Breeanna Hutehens went two-for-three and drove in a run. Sophomore Zoe Erwin pitched a complete game and did not allow an earned run. The Normans (1-2) are scheduled to play host to Marymount at 2:30 p.m today at La Cienega Park in a nonleague game. Beverly Hills are scheduled to play host to Mornin side at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in its Ocean League opener. Hockey Beverly Hills High will conclude its inaugural season in the United High School Hockey League Monday by facing Rancho Bernardo 2 al Staples Center. The opening face-off is scheduled fo* 2:45 p.m. Benny Moradzadeh scored two goals and JeB Shukhman one in Beverly Hills' 6-3 playoff loss to Agoura Thursday at the North Hills lceoplex Keyan Safyari assisted on all three ~goals. Tennis Beverly Hills High is scheduled to face Cupertino Manta Vista at 10 a.m. Friday at the Balboa Bay Racquet Club in a first-round malch of the National High School Tennis All-American Boys Invitational Team Tournament. The 16-team tournament includes teams from 13,4e states and is set to run through Saturday All teams are assured of playing four matches. The Normans opened their season with a 14-4 loss to Corona de[ Mar Thursday at the Balboa Bay Racquet Club The Jonathan Dutton-Tyler Reichwald doubles learn won two sels for Beverly FliBs, while Justin Gordon wire one singles set and Bryan Swatt one by default The Normans are scheduled to play host to Brenlwood at 3 p.m. Tuesday in a non- league match. 12 Beverly/Hitls Weekly Hair Care Skin Care Cosmetics * Bath Fragrances Spa. Salon 7~ I, t. l, I. ) I, ) i. t, I. i* I, t. Knovdegabte staff '* Large selection of the hottest brand names World wide shipping LOOKING FOR A UNIO. PLACE TO DINE? ONE OF THE SIX BEST RESTAURANTS IN SANTA MONICAI Named on Jtmc 18, 2000 by WARSZAWA Choice Tables: Santa Monies 1414 Lincoln Blvd,, Saa~ Honica Reservation& 310-393-8831 open 'rues-Sat 6:00 pm -11.:OO pm Sur, 5:00 pra AO:OO pm -,, ha,