Singles -- Cordier def. Truong, 6-0, def. Denhert, 6-0, def.
Meigs, 6-1. Park (SH) won, 6-1, 6-0, 6-0. Russo-Larson (SH) won, 6-4,
lost, 6-0, won, 6-0.
Doubles -- Sethi-Whitaker (SH) def. Niato-Chen, 6-2, def.
Ngo-Vuong, 6-0, def. Keeley-Jacobs, 6-0. Garrison-Wee (SH) won, 6-0,
lost, 6-4, won, 6-4. Ross-Gerdau (SH) won, 6-3, 6-3, lost, 6-2.
OCC falls to Gonzaga
* CREW: The Orange Coast College men's crew team lost to host
Gonzaga in a dual race Friday in Spokane, Wash.
Gonzaga finished in 6:01.5 with OCC closely behind in 6:04.0 in
both school's season-opening race.
The Pirates jumped out to a quick lead and held it until there was
about 500 meters to go in the 2,000-meter race. Gonzaga won by about
The OCC freshman team defeated Gonzaga with a time of 6:07.8.
Gonzaga finished in 6:08.7.
* VOLLEYBALL: The Sage Hill School boys volleyball team lost to
visiting Crossroads from Santa Monica, 25-8, 25-12, 25-14, Friday in
a nonleague match.
Coach Merja Connolly-Freund said she was disappointed the team did
not improve from it's previous showings this year as the Lightning
fall to 0-3.
The Roadrunners used a steady stream of jump serves to create Sage
Hill serve receive errors, which made it difficult for the setter to
set up an effective attack.
Chandy wins 200, 400
* TRACK AND FIELD: Junior Zach Chandy won the 200- and 400-meter
dashes for the Sage Hill School boys track and field team in a
nonleague tri-meet involving El Modena and host Huntington Beach
The Sage boys were third with 15 points behind Huntington Beach
(64) and El Modena (65). The girls were third with 18 points behind Huntington Beach (53) and El Modena (79).
Chandy finished the 200 in 21.8 seconds and cruised the 400 in
51.3, while senior Mike Voge was fourth in the 1,600 in 4:57. Junior
Chris Neale was fourth in the 200 (24.6) and sophomore Chris Lee was
third in the triple jump at 34 feet, 3 inches.
Senior Laura Gordon won the triple jump for the girls with a 34-6
jump and was second in the 100 hurdles (17.3) and 300 hurdles (51.4).
She was third in long jump (14-11). Senior Megan McGillivray was