EL TORO

Coach: Larry Nitta (15th year).

1995: 7-0 overall dual-meet record; Sea View League champion.

Key returners: Ryan Conzelman, 400, Sr.; Damien deBeaubien, SP, DT, Sr.; Tad Kaput, 1,600, 3,200, Sr.; Brian Koupal, HH, Jr.; Jose Lopez, 200, 400, Sr.; Matt Mason, SP, DT, Sr.; Mike McAdam, PV, Sr.; Bobby Miske, 1,600, 3,200, Jr.; Dan Noll, SP, DT, Sr.; Rich Oates, HH, IH, Jr.; Elliott Parks, HJ, LJ, TJ, Jr.; Ed Pollick, 800, 1,600, Sr.; Murle Sango, LJ, Jr.; Jeff Whetstone, 1,600, 3,200, Jr.

Key newcomers: Jason Hardy, SP, Jr.; Danny Lee, 1,600, 3,200, So.; Eddy Limon, 1,600, 3,200, So.; Josh Petlowany, PV, So.; Mike Smith, 100, HH, LJ, Jr.; Shaun Stevenson, 800, 1,600, So.; Taso Tsirtsis, SP, DT, Jr.

Outlook: Depth isn't a problem for the defending league champions, as almost every event is loaded. Parks high jumped 6 feet 6 inches and triple jumped 43-3 1/2 inches a year ago. Pollick is one of area's top 800-meter runners and Smith ran 14.77 wind-aided in the high hurdles last spring.

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