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{ ortsB tresslve at Smith sets school record, Raymo wins twice, relay teams post season bests at Arcadia Invitational. By Steven Herbert Noah Smith ran the fastest 1,600 meters by a sophomore in Beverly Hills High School history while senior Jibril Raymo Won his 200 and 400 heats Saturday during the day portion of the Arcadia Invitational at Arcadia High. Smith was sixth in 4 minutes, 26.39 sec- Onds. Raymo won the 200 in 22.35 seconds and 400 in 49.06 All three Norman relay teams posted sea- SOn-best times. The boys' 1,600 relay team ~fc Cameron Goorahoo, Pierre Hollie, orenzo Bursey, and Raymo finished third :24.96.InThe girls' 1,600 relay team of Va Barnett, Erin Hill, Latasha Land and Lauren Brown was fourth in 4:04.17. The girls' 400 relay team of Val Barnett, l-Iill, Ashley Smith and Brown was seventh in 50.21. Other Beverly Hills individual partici- Pants included Barnett, fifth in her heat of Trey LaSalle-Castro (1-0) pitched two shutout innings to pick up the victory after starter David Kessler allowed one earned run over the first five innings. The Normans are scheduled to play host to Harvard-Westlake at 7 p.m. Friday and Redondo at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday in an Ocean League game. Both games will be played at La Cienega Park. Golf Jeff Felix and Mike Saghian both shot four-over-par 39s as Beverly Hills High won a three-way Bay League match at Rancho Park, April 6. The Normans fin- ished with 201 strokes, North Torrance had 208 and West Torrance 210. Tennis Beverly Hills High freshman Iris Ichim defeated 14th-seeded Douglas Wink of Greensboro, N.C., 2-6, 6-4, 6-4, in a girls' 18 and under round of 16 match Monday in ~t girls' 100 in 12.74 and Courtney Ray, the Easter Bowl at Palm Springs. h in the girls' long jump at 16 feet, 11 The sixth-seeded Ichim was scheduled to ~?hT'Normans are scheduled to play host play ninth-seeded Tanner Cochran of West Torrance in a Bay League dual Dublin, Ga. In a quarterfinal Tuesday at the Riviera Resort & Racquet Club set to begin ~t at 2:45 p.m. today at Nickoll Field. after the Beverly Hills Weekly's deadline. ~..,Y will also participate in the Mustang The final is scheduled for today. "~s Saturday at Santa Monica College. Ichim, 15, opened the tournament with a 6-0, 6-2 victory over Jami Kirk of Ft. aseball, r ve in one run with a sin- Lauderdale, Fla., then defeated Christian Steven Seigel d o another with a bases- gle and Jesse Macht Thompson of Las Vegas, 6-0, 6-4, and loaded walk as Beverly Hills High scored Jamie Peisel of Savannah Ga., 6-2, 6-2. four runs in the bottom of the seventh to The tournament is among the United .~teat Hoover, 9-8, in a Babe Herman States Tennis Association s super national F;U~ament game Thursday at Stengel tournaments. Ichim is ranked eighth in the i~lu. girls 18 and under division, iil ~edsallh Centre Deliver Clothes To The Needy (,I to r): "People Helping People" manager Victor Scott and stall with Kabbalah volunteers herman and Dadce Richman Cooper. j..~ 800 POUnds of clothing was delivered to "People Helping People" in South Central L.A. after a .um.lg ~ . ,, . ,,. . ed ~-. ,- Ive held in honor of Passover by The Kabbalah Centre. People Helping People ts direct- ',y vastor Harrison Soberanis. The Kabbalah Centre is directed by Rabbi Philip Berg. PictureU ,, . A Fulfilling Luncheon Ma-" ti-r): Luncheon co-chairs Jackie Banchik, rlene Brousoo, honoree Toby Waldorf and co- Friends of chair Darlene Fogel. tio, ,,- the Fulfillment Fund honored educa- ~nTSultant Toby Waldorf at their lOth Annual FU,=I.9 Luncheon, at the Beverly Hills Hotel. The ment~.~i~ hn~; n.t Fund is dedicated to Identifying and ha,.','.',u nigh-Potential youth from disadvantaged "~grounds, helping motivate more than 2,000 students in the Los Angeles area. Purity You Can Trust. When your family's health is foremost, you can rely on YOSEMITE WATERS to provide quality drinking water. Enjoy good tasting water that is completely free of chemicals, unfriendly bacteria like cryptosproridium and unwanted matter such as lead, which is found in most household plumbing systems YOSEMITE WATERS... Convenient, Reliable & Affordable. We're the purity you can trusty with NITZA NIEMANN TECHNIQUE REPERTOIRE COACHING Performed on the Opera and Concert Stage in America, Israel & Europe. Conducts Vocal Seminars at the Centre Le Ph nix Fribourg in Switzerland. Director of Several L.A. Choirs. Vocal Coach to over 70 BHHS Madrigal Singers since 1971. Beginners - Advanced Nitza Niemann Vocal Studio Beverly Hills, CA April 19 - 25, 2001 9