Horn plays winning tune

October 21, 2003

Newport Harbor High junior Kayleigh Horn birdied the first hole and

went on to shoot 3-over-par 39 to earn medalist honors and lead the

Sailors to a 227-245 Sea View League girls golf win over Laguna Hills

Monday at Laguna Woods Golf Club.

It was Horn's best round of the season, Newport Coach Marianne

Towersey said.

Natalie Draganza (41), Katie McKay (45), Jennifer Ryder (50) and


Ashley Jacobs (52) also scored for the Sailors, who improved to 5-10,

1-4 in league.

Laguna Hills fell to 2-3 in league.

Lions stay in second

* SOCCER: Vanguard University's men's soccer team maintained its

grasp on second place in the Golden State Athletic Conference with a

1-1 tie against California Baptist Monday.

The Lions (12-4-1, 5-1-1 in conference) remained a game ahead of

the Lancers (8-5-1, 4-2-1) thanks to Nathaniel Kramer's second goal

of the season. The goal in the 35th minute, assisted by Matt Hess,

evened the score after an early Cal Baptist goal.

The teams played through two overtime periods without another

goal. Tommaso Bianchi came up with five saves for the Lions.

Vanguard will meet first-place Fresno Pacific University Thursday,

in Fresno.

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