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peoplem pictures, Beverly High 2003 Reunion Olympic Collection--Nov. 30 L to t7" (Back Row) Farzad Abdsham Michael Hay, Daniel Kakhshooy, Omid Yasharpour, Sonny Shackelford and Gues Tannaz Noud (Front Row) Dannielle Granados, Melody Shaldb '05, Joseph I/aoshlesan and gues Ardy Hakhamian Cheryl Thompson, Lauran Gabbaian, Alexandra Molina, liana Van Allen, Enka Saflr, Rachel Tamir Elana Istrin, Mad Toplil, Debbie Hiller Caroline Joseph, Tina Baravanan, Elana Isn, Kassie Kukura 6reg McGurk, Jamie Mahtaban, Daniel Negar Elan Ruspoli Sabnna Matloob, Samantha Lefkow#z, Valerie ltr/zman, Kimberley Kantor 77na Bamvanan, Sharon Rob Park, Jamie Mahtaban Jessica Podell and Adam Lemer sports cont. from page 9 score," Rappaport said. "Could have won the game. They could have won the game too. If we play like that, we're going to have a pretty good league season. Joyner made six saves, including two Rappaport described as "really big," play- ing an "excellent game," Rappaport said. Midfielders Sean McAlister, Phin Bauer and Miguel Ramirez all "had really strong games," said Rappaport, who also praised the play of sweeper Roman Zaragoza and Price. Girls' Soccer Page 10 Beverly Hills Weekly Peninsula 2, Beverly Hills 1 Shannon Haggins scored for the Normans in the second half of a South Bay/Westside Tournament game at Nickoll Field Dec. 11. Beverly Hills trailed 2-0 at halftime. El Segundo Tournament Marlborough 4, Beverly Hills 1 Jessica Karpiak scored for the Normans (3-4-1) in the second half of a pool play game Saturday. Beverly Hills trailed 2-0 at halftime. Girls' Basketball Milken Classic Beverly Hills 55, Milken 43 Junior point guard Jessica Melamed scored a career-high 31 points helping the Normans to the victory in a pool play game Dec. 10. Beverly Hills led 16-13 at the end of the first quarter, then outscored the Wildcats, 16-7, to increase their lead to 32-20 at half- time. The Normans were outscored t4=8 in the third quarter to have their lead cut to 40-34 entering the fourth quarter. Natasha Allen added 12 points, Natasha Kashani five, Avital Simone three on a 3-point basket, Arianna Mazzarini and Lauren Moghavem two each. Melamed made four 3-point baskets and pulled-down a game-high equaling 10 rebounds. Her previous career scoring high was 27 in the season-opening 60-40 victory over Sun Valley Poly Nov. 25. Steven Herbert has covered Beverly Hills High School sports for the Beverly Hills Weekly since 1999. He has also covered college and professional sports for The Associated Press, Los Angeles Times and Washington Post. He can be reached at (310) 275-7943 or by email at