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Sophomore Angelina Kim of Fairfax became the first girls' golfer in City Section history to win the CIF/SCGA So Cal Regional Golf Championship on Thursday at Canyon Crest Country Club.

She shot a 4-under 69 to tie Isabel Sy of Troy, then won in a playoff.

It's a remarkable achievement, considering last season she couldn't play because Fairfax didn't have a girls' golf team.

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Archer School in Brentwood could have a historic night Friday when it bids for its first Southern Section sports title, playing against Foothill Technology in the Division 7 girls' volleyball final at 4:30 p.m. at Cerritos College.

Archer has made it to the final despite having no gym and making constant trips via bus to Culver City to work out.

In the semifinals, Archer overcame a 2-1 deficit in sets to knock off Heritage Christian, winning the final two in 25-14 and 15-11.

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The Bell cross country team prepares to run in Wednesday's City Section prelims.
The Bell cross country team prepares to run in Wednesday's City Section prelims. (Eric Sondheimer / Los Angeles Times)

Winning a City Section cross country title for a second consecutive season would be very nice for Justin Hazell of El Camino Real, but he has much bigger ambitions.

He has his sights set on a state title, so don't expect him to go for any records when the city championships are held Nov. 18 at Pierce College.

He was on cruise control Wednesday at the prelims, qualifying in 16:10.93. Ben Hamer of Palisades had the fastest time of the day at 15:56.60 in his heat. Marvin Guardado of Birmingham also indicated he's going to provide competition with a time of 15:57.91. Matt Rios of Granada Hills was right behind at 15:58.80.

The Bell cross country team prepares to run in Wednesday's City Section prelims.
The Bell cross country team prepares to run in Wednesday's City Section prelims. (Eric Sondheimer / Los Angeles Times)

Winning a City Section cross country title for a second consecutive season would be very nice for Justin Hazell of El Camino Real, but he has much bigger ambitions.

He has his sights set on a state title, so don't expect him to go for any records when the city championships are held Nov. 18 at Pierce College.

He was on cruise control Wednesday at the prelims, qualifying in 16:10.93. Ben Hamer of Palisades had the fastest time of the day at 15:56.60 in his heat. Marvin Guardado of Birmingham also indicated he's going to provide competition with a time of 15:57.91. Matt Rios of Granada Hills was right behind at 15:58.80.

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  • Volleyball

The Southern Section girls' volleyball finals on Friday and Saturday will be streamed live on Fox Sports West's Prep Zone.

The Division 1 final between Mater Dei and Marlborough from Cerritos College will be broadcast on Prime Ticket at 8 p.m. Saturday.

Other matches on the web:

  • Volleyball

The Southern Section girls' volleyball finals on Friday and Saturday will be streamed live on Fox Sports West's Prep Zone.

The Division 1 final between Mater Dei and Marlborough from Cerritos College will be broadcast on Prime Ticket at 8 p.m. Saturday.

Other matches on the web: