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St. Francis High golf nets Mission League victory

SPORTS ROUNDUP:

March 25, 2013

BOYS’ GOLF
St. Francis 204, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 208: Johnny Brandt shot a four-over-par 39 on Monday to lead the visiting Golden Knights in a Mission League match at Lakeside Golf Club. St. Francis (6-3, 5-2 in league) got 40s from Vince De Pinto and Nathan Han.

This post has been corrected

BOYS’ TENNIS
Crescenta Valley 16, La Salle 2: The visiting Falcons (3-3) picked up a nonleague win on Monday.

BASEBALL
Crescenta Valley sweeps Chula Vista Mater Dei: The Falcons (7-5) posted a nonleague road doubleheader sweep Saturday. The Falcons opened with a 13-1 win before recording an 11-4 victory.
In the first game, Ted Boeke hit a grand slam and Brett Klein had two doubles and three runs batted in for the Falcons. In the second game, Boeke hit a three-run home run and drove in another run.

MEN’S GOLF
Glendale Community College in neutral site match: The Vaqueros took fourth in a seven-team event Monday at Soule Park Golf Club in Ojai. Glendale, which shot a 382, received a two-over-par 74 from Clayton Ojeda. The Vaqueros also got a 75 from Tavit Garabedian, 76 from Derrik Hubbard, 78 from Ryan Miranda and 79 from Jin Park.

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MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD
Vaqueros capture Western State Conference Inland Meet: Glendale Community College finished first in the meet at Antelope Valley College on Friday. Glendale received first-place finishes from Nick Lacroix in the hammer (52.95 meters) and shot put (13.30 meters), Kurt Lutz in the 3,000-meter race in 8 minutes 58.04, Quaid Vuncannon in the discus (49.49 meters) and Jason Ahn in the javelin (50.22 meters).

WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD
Glendale Community College in Western State Conference Inland Meet: The Vaqueros placed second in the meet at Antelope Valley College on Friday. Glendale picked up five first-place finishes, including two from Grace Zamudio in the 800-meter in 2 minutes 20.01 seconds and the 3,000 (11:05.01). Also posting first-place efforts for Glendale were Charlene Quintanilla in the 1,500 (4:57.75), Nafasi Mataei in the 100 (12.33) and Ana Tonga in the javelin (30.40 meters).

FOR THE RECORD: In the sports roundup that was originally published online March 25, it was written that Crescenta Valley High boys' tennis lost to La Salle. In fact, Crescenta Valley won and the story has been correctly changed to reflect that.

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