Ania Bleszynski remained unbeaten by turning in a trifecta. Bleszynski, 16, of Thousand Oaks, won matches on Sunday in singles, women's doubles and mixed doubles.
In singles, the Harvard-Westlake student defeated Gina Majmudar of Staten Island, N.Y., 6-3, 7-6 (7-5). In doubles, she teamed with Julie Scott of Austin, Tex., in a 6-0, 6-3 triumph over Majmudar and Erin Gowen.
In mixed doubles, Bleszynski and partner Michael Jessup of Saratoga, Calif., defeated Brian Patterson and Gowen, 6-7 (2-7), 6-1, 7-5.
CYCLING: Pam Schuster of Northridge placed 19th in the women's road race in a time of 2 hours 2 minutes 45.2 seconds.
In the men's race, neither David Clinger of Woodland Hills nor Shawn Cronkhite of Quartz Hill finished in the top 19. Because of a malfunction in tracking equipment, their places and times were not available.
FIELD HOCKEY: The East peppered South goalie Steve Cathey for seven consecutive goals after falling behind, 1-0. Cathey, from Simi Valley, made eight saves.
FIGURE SKATING: Tamara Kuchiki of Canoga Park and partner Neale Smull of Wilmington, Del., won silver medals in the ice-dancing competition. They moved up a spot in the free dance portion of the event after finishing third in Saturday's compulsory dance sequence.
RACQUETBALL: Tony Jelso of Ventura defeated Dan Fowler of Silver Spring, Md., 15-4, 15-7, in the first round of men's singles.
SHOOTING: Troy Baker of Glendale won a silver medal in men's three-position rifle competition at Lackland Air Force base. Baker, 21, scored 1,253 points to place behind only Bob Foth, a 1992 Olympic silver medalist. Foth, whose score was 1,257.8, made a three-event sweep in the men's rifle events.
SOFTBALL: Debby Day and the North dropped their second decision in two days, this time to the South, 3-1. Day, a pitcher from Sylmar, held the South scoreless after the first inning.
Krista Gomez of Sylmar had a double for the East in a 6-4 loss to the West.
SWIMMING: Joel Gustafson of the Buenaventura Swim Team won a bronze medal in the 100-meter breaststroke at the Palo Alto Natatorium. Gustafson, 18, touched in 1 minute 5.45 seconds, .20 shy of qualifying for the national championships this week in Austin, Tex.
Gustafson's training partner Chris Pelant, 17, of Ventura, finished fourth in the 200 freestyle in 1:53.81, and won a silver medal as the anchor of East's 800 freestyle relay.
Charles Girdlestone, 18, of Camarillo and Conejo-Simi Aquatics, placed 10th in the 100 backstroke in 1:00.20.
TEAM HANDBALL: Denny Fercho and James Hop, both from Camarillo, combined for five goals to help the West over the North, 26-18.