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Referee’s Suit Names District, Football Player

Attorneys representing football referee Brad Woolley have filed a lawsuit in L. A. Superior Court against the Antelope Valley Union High School District and a Palmdale High football player who attacked Woolley during a game last season.

Woolley sustained minor injuries when Darius Wilson, then 18, knocked him down in the fourth quarter of the Oct. 13 Palmdale-Saugus game at College of the Canyons.

The suit, which seeks unspecified damages, charges that Wilson caused Woolley “extreme and severe mental anguish and physical pain.”

Also named as a defendant is Palmdale football Coach Kent Bothwell, who failed “to properly supervise the members of the football team,” the suit alleges.

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School district attorneys are reviewing the lawsuit, a spokeswoman said.

Registration for the 16th American Roundball Corp. basketball summer league for boys grades 3-12 and college women will be held Sunday at noon at North Hollywood High.

Players may sign up as individuals or as part of a team. Games are played at North Hollywood High on Saturdays and Sundays beginning June 16.

Information: 818-995-3761.

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An ARC baseball camp will be held at Notre Dame High in two sessions, July 16-20, and Aug. 13-17, for boys aged 9-17.

Information: 818-764-5381.

A summer baseball camp will be held by Coach Chris Johnson and his Valley College staff. A session for players aged 10-12 will take place June 25-July 6; a session for players aged 13-16 will be held July 9-20.

Information: 818-781-1200, ext. 209, or 818-988-3911.

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Marianne Spencer, Betsy Lund and Heather Clark of Antelope Valley College were named to the All-Foothill Conference softball team, which is selected by coaches.

Spencer, a pitcher, was 7-5 with a 2.57 earned-run average. Lund, an infielder, batted .339 with 15 runs batted in, and Clark, an outfielder, batted .359.

Cheri Bainbridge and Pam Craycraft, also of Antelope Valley, were named to the second team.

The World Star Basketball Camp for boys and girls aged 13-18 will be held June 24-28 at Canoga Park High.

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The camp, which features instruction from Ron Meikle, who is a scout for the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers, Canoga Park High Coach Jeff Davis and Cleveland High assistant Larry White, will run from 1-4 p.m.

Information: 818-999-6994.


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