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Gurney Rolls Into PBA Lead With a 277 in Fourth Round

Barry Gurney of West Hills closed with a 277 game Wednesday night to take over first place in the $75,000 Rocky Mountain PBA Senior Classic in Littleton, Colo.

Gurney, a two-time champion, was third going into the fourth round. But he took over first by beating Denny Torgerson, who was leading going into the final game, 277-182.

Golf

Darren Angel of Northridge slipped to eighth place by shooting a four-over-par 74 for a two-day total of 143 in the American Junior Golf Assn. boys championship at Four Season Resort and Club Tournament Players course in Irving, Tex.

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Todd Golditch of Northridge struggled to an eight-over-par 80 and was tied for 36th at 157 after the second round of the ClubCorp Junior Players Championship (15-16 division) in Hot Springs, Va.

Baseball

Left-hander Dave Perry allowed three hits and struck out five to lead Conejo Valley (13-1) to a 6-1 Senior Little League victory over San Bernardino Newmark.

Conejo Valley is one victory away from winning the state divisional championship for 15-year-olds.

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Tennis

Twins Mike and Bob Bryan of Camarillo recorded singles victories as Southern California defeated the South, 4-2, in the U.S. boys’ 18-and-under intersectional team tennis championships at the University of South Carolina.

Jason Cook of Woodland Hills defeated Eddie Coates of Cleveland, Tenn., 6-7, 6-2, 6-3.

Contributing: Steve Henson, Vince Kowalick, Michael Lazarus, Bryan Rodgers.


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