Paredes Will Leave Bishop Amat

From Staff and Wire Reports

Mark Paredes, who led perennial football power La Puente Bishop Amat High to the 1992 CIF Southern Section championship and an 84-14 record in his eight years as coach, has resigned to become the coach at North High in Riverside next season.

Citing a need for a change, Paredes, who resigned Thursday, will leave Bishop Amat at the end of the current semester.

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Kevin Patterson has announced his resignation as head basketball coach at Cal Poly Pomona. Patterson, a Bronco assistant for five years, replaced Dave Bollwinkel in 1992. He had a two-year record of 26-27.

Swimming

Arizona's Chad Carvin set his second American record in three days and Stanford won its third consecutive team title at the NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships in Minneapolis.

Carvin won the 1,650-yard freestyle in 14:34.91, nearly three seconds faster than the eight-year-old record of 14:37.87.

Stanford finished with 566.5 points, followed by Texas with 445 points. USC, led by Brian Early's victory in the 10-meter platform diving, was sixth.

Tennis

Sabine Hack avenged a loss to top-seeded Conchita Martinez in the final of last year's Virginia Slims of Houston by beating her 2-6, 6-4, 6-4, in a semifinal.

Hack, the seventh seed, will play No. 4-seeded Mary Pierce in today's final. Pierce beat unseeded Asa Carlsson of Sweden, 6-2, 6-2.

College Baseball

Brian Stephenson pitched a five-hitter and David Roberts, Mike Mitchell and Zak Ammirato homered to lead UCLA to a 6-0 victory over top-ranked USC in the opener of a Pacific 10 Southern Division series at Jackie Robinson Stadium.

Miscellany

Thomas Grandi of Canada went from sixth place after the first run to win the men's giant slalom in the U.S. Alpine Championships at Winter Park, Colo.

Mark Martin won the second round of the 1994 Internaional Race of Champions series at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway.

Kehinde Aledefa won the 110-meter hurdles in 13.85 and ran on USC's winning 1,600-meter relay team as the host Trojans won the Quincy Watts Invitational track meet with 68 points.

Phillimon Hanneck of Zimbabwe will defend his title in the Carlsbad 5000 road race today. Colleen DeReuck of South Africa heads the women's field.

Harry Sullins of Ann Arbor, Mich., averaged 231 over four games to win the Professional Bowlers Assn. Tums Classic at Windsor Locks, Conn.

Cambridge took the lead on the first bend and rowed to a 6 1/2-length victory in the 140th Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race in London.

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