Ramas captures the 1,600 in 6:14.5 and the 3,200 (13:36) to lead Hoover.
•April 14 — Though Hoover doesn't field a boys' golf team, it still has a bright spot in Alan Cho. Cho cards a two-over-par 73 to finish tied for third in a Pacific League match at De Bell Golf Club in Burbank. Cho finishes with three birdies and one eagle.
"I think the confidence in my game went up and I'll feel even more comfortable," said Cho, a senior. "I hit my driver pretty well and my iron shots were OK.
"It's a much shorter course, so I just had to be able to play it safe and play my own game and have good course management."
The softball teams notches a 4-3 Pacific League road win against cross-town rival Glendale. Pitcher Kaitlyn Williams makes her first appearance in the circle since Little League and scatters three hits en route to picking up the victory.
"She's a tremendous athlete, had the desire to pitch and I wanted to shake things up a little bit," Hoover Coach Rich Henning said. "All in all, I'm very pleased with the game she pitched and, of course, the result."
•April 15 — Hoover baseball pitcher Cameron Doran throws 125 pitches and strikes out 11 in the process to help the Tornadoes earn a 5-3 Pacific League road win against cross-town rival Glendale.
"I had a lot of problems with the mound early and it's higher than I'm used to," said Doran, who surrenders three hits. "I had some problems finding the strike zone early on.
"Then, I started to get ahead in the count with my fastball and I was then able to also use all four of my pitches effectively to keep them off-balance."
Hoover Coach Joe Cotti praises Doran for his performance.
"He pitched probably his best game of the year," Cotti said. "He never stopped battling and the mound was like a cliff to him early in the game.
"He had a hard time finding his spots early, but he didn't make any excuses. He came back and regrouped nicely."