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sports00 scoFes Team Back On Winning Track Normans Top North Torrance Following Santa Monica Loss By Steven Herbert Jenny Ng (triple jump) and Katrina Smith (400 meters) remained undefeated in dual meet competition, as Beverly Hills High School defeated North Torrance, 70-62. in a Bay League girls' track meet March 23 at Nickoll Field. Anastasia Drannikova won the i,600 and 3,200 as the Normans improved to 3-I, 2-! in Bay League competition. Lauren Brown (100); Rachel Deco (discus throw); Annie Grabarsky (800) and Dejah Judelson (300 low hurdles) were Beverly Hills' other individual event winners. The Normans won the boys' meet 88-48 as Jibril Raymo (200, 400) and Ben Oh (I 10 high hurdles, 300 intermediate hurdles) each won two events. High jumper Haben Hagos remained undefeated in dual-meet competition while freshman Lorenzo Bursey (100), David Housman (shot put), Jason Kravitz (discus throw) and Amir Scott (long jump) also won their events for Beverly Hills (3- I, 2- I ). The Normans will travel to Peninsula today for a Bay League meet scheduled to begin at 2:45 p.m. Rot) Monteilh (100), Raymo (400), Avrem Vreman (800) and Hagos (high jump) were Beverly Hills' only individual event winners in 73-63 loss to Santa Monica March 16 at Nickoli Field. Deco (shot put, discus throw), Ng (triple jump) and Smith (200, 400), won their events in an 83-53 loss to the Vikings. Housman set personal records in winning the shot put and discus throw in an 89-39 victory over South Torrance March 9 at Nickoll Field. Trailing heading into the discus' final round, Housman uncorked a 13 I-foot, four- inch throw to topping his previous best of i 24-6, set the previous week against West Torrance. He won the shot put with a 43-9 put. Monteilh won the 100 and 200 meters and anchored the Normans' winning 400 relay team. Ben Oh was the Normans' other double winner, winning the ! 10 high hur- dles and 300 intermediate hurdles and running the leadoff leg in the 400 relay. Terrance Allen (triple jump), Hagos (high jump), Andrew Maizel (pole vault) and Raymo (400) also won. Smith won the 400, anchored the winning !,600 relay team and led off the victori- ous 400 relay team in the girls' 86-50 victory. Ng was Beverly Hills' lone double indi- vidual event winner, taking the long jump and triple jump. The Normans also got victories from Jessica Albertson (300 low hurdles), Brown (100), Drannikova (3,200), Shauntey Green (200) and Judelson (100 high hurdles). tltQKTE,R Ames, Siebold Share No-Hitter Freshman Laura Ames and junior Suzy Siebold combined on a no-hitter while Hilary Gale and Laurie Housman each hit three-run home runs as Beverly Hills High School defeated Morningside, 24-0, March 22 at Morningside. Ames pitched the first three innings and Seibold the final two in the Ocean League softball game shortened to five innings because of the 10-run rule Michelle Aptaker added a second-inning solo home run for the Normans. Beverly Hills swept a nonleague doubleheader from St. Bernard, 7-0. 4-3, Saturday at La Cienega Park. Housman and Kelli Serden each had two hits in the opener, while Serden was three-for-three in the second game, scoring twice and stealing two bases. Ames (4-2) pitched a shutout in the opener while Seibold won the second game. Beverly Hills (6-4, 1-1 ) will play host to Leuzinger Friday at La Cienega Park at 2 p.m. in a league game and St. Monica in a nonleague doubleheader Saturday at 4 p.m. Steven Herbert has covered sports for The Associated Press, Los Angeles Times and Washington Post. You can e-mail ideas to 12 Beverly Hills Weekly Watch for us! Norman Newservice Celebrating its 26th year as the world's longest.running high school weekly 30-minute cable 73/newscast Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Let's Talk Monday, Wednesday PTSA Issues and Answers Monday, Wednesday Careers Monday, Wednesday Skip E. Lowe Looks at Hollywood Monday, Wednesday Coverage of Board of Education meetings and other special programing Tuesdays and Thursdays Business Products LLC WARNER BUSINESS PRODUCTS IS THE ONE STOP SOURCE FOR ALL OF YOUR OFFICE SUPPLY NEEDS!! OFFICE SUPPLIES & FURNITURE COMPUTER SUPPLIES & FURNITURE JANITORIAL SUPPLIES SHIPPING SUPPLIES TONER SUPPLIES FOR ALL MACHINES CUSTOM STAMPS & SIGNS SERVING CALIFORNIA SINCE 1984 WE WILL MEET OR BEAT OUR COMPETITOR'S PRICES (Free delivery with $40.00 minimum order) CALL (818) 887-7500 for a free catalog or to place an order Mention this ad to receive an additional 10% off your first order.