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Sports DIGEST : Hunt Wins Junior Golf Tournament With 170

Renee Hunt of Studio City won the girls Juniors Golf Assn. Tournament at Industry Hills on Thursday by shooting a 170 in the 36-hole, two-day tournament.

Hunt carded an 84 Wednesday on the Zaharias course and followed that Thursday with an 86 on Industry Hills’ Eisenhower course.

In the boys competition, Bobby Burns of Granada Hills was third and Greg Abdulian of Studio City was fourth. Burns shot a 78 and an 83, behind leader Edgar Bubba Drake, who had a 78 Wednesday and an 80 Thursday. Abdulian shot an 80 and 85.

Bob Sockolich of Burbank was seventh and Kevin Eden of Granada Hills was ninth.

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Davis Assumes New Post at El Camino

Jeff Davis has been named El Camino Real High’s freshman and sophomore basketball coach.

The former El Camino basketball and baseball player has been a member of the El Camino coaching staff for more than five years, serving as an assistant on the freshman and sophomore teams, an assistant on the varsity and head junior varsity coach.

“I’m looking forward to getting the team back on track, like it was in 1982-83,” Davis said. “We have an outstanding team with smart players who have good attitudes.”

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In the 1982-83 season, Davis was an assistant varsity coach. He helped Coach Mike McNulty turn around the team’s dismal 1981-82 league record of 2-8 into 8-2. The team was co-league champion.

Davis, 25, has also coached basketball in the USA Development League, the Superstar League, and the Moorpark College and John Wooden summer camps. He has run El Camino’s summer league team for four years.

Most recently, Davis served as assistant sports information director for women’s sports at UCLA.

Arabian Horses Featured in Canyon Country

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Canyon Country Arabian Breeders will hold an open barn, sale presentation and informal ranch tours Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Nespral Arabians Ranch, 15731 Iron Canyon Road in Canyon Country.

The event is free and open to the public.

Information: (805) 252-2636 or (818) 367-3395.

A Cool Way to Beat the Summer Heat

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Classes in canoeing, kayaking, sailing and boardsailing will be offered beginning Saturday at several locations throughout the Los Angeles area.

Sponsored by the Los Angeles City Recreation and Parks Department, these weekend and weekday classes are part of the department’s small-craft program.

Canoeing classes, which instruct on the handling of 15-foot canoes, will be offered at Del Rey Lagoon. Novice kayaking classes, which are taught with 13-foot kayaks, will be offered at Venice High.

The sailing classes, which take place at Marina Del Rey and Del Rey Lagoon, range from basic sailing to ocean sailing. Intermediate sailing classes will also be offered. Boardsailing courses, on freestyle and sport boards, will be offered at Cabrillo Beach in San Pedro.

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Information: (213) 485-2924.


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