PREP NOTES : Bordok Gains His Eligibility at Tustin High

TIMES STAFF WRITER

The Southern Section has granted eligibility to football player Trent Bordok, who transferred to Tustin High School after being suspended at Woodbridge last week.

Bordok, a 6-foot-3, 230-pound linebacker, enrolled at Tustin Monday, and suited up for the Tillers' game against Foothill Friday night.

Bordok, a senior, was suspended for one week at Woodbridge for violating team rules during the Warriors' trip to Warrenton, Va., last week. Bordok was upset with the suspension and transferred.

According to Tustin Athletic Director Al Rosmino, Bordok moved with his mother from Irvine into the Tustin Unified School District.

Alicia Liniger has quit the Edison High School volleyball team after a disagreement with Coach Dave Mohs and assistant Charlie Brande, Mohs said.

Mohs said Liniger quit after refusing to participate during part of a recent practice.

"We were pushing everyone hard in practice and she didn't want to work hard," Mohs said.

Liniger, 15, a 6-foot-4 junior who is being recruited by colleges, was a returning starter for the Chargers. Mohs said Liniger is free to return to the team if she wishes.

"I just didn't want to play for Edison anymore," Liniger said. "It's nothing against either one of the coaches. I just don't want to play high school volleyball there."

Liniger said she will continue playing for the Sunset Volleyball Club, which begins play in January.

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