Alemany High standout sprinter Miguel Fletcher formally opened his senior season of competition Thursday in impressive style on Harvard-Westlake’s all-weather track in a Mission League dual meet.
Fletcher clocked a wind-aided 10.2 seconds in the 100 meters and 21.1 in the 200 meters, and anchored Alemany’s victorious 400-meter relay team that timed 44.7.
Despite Fletcher’s efforts, Harvard-Westlake captured the meet, 82-44.
In another boys’ track meet:
Notre Dame 102, Westlake 16--Justin Fargas won the 100 and 200 meters for Notre Dame in a season-opening nonleague meet at Notre Dame.
Fargas, who will attend Michigan next season on a football scholarship, was timed at 10.4 and 21.5.
El Camino Real 8, Monroe 4--Christina Enea and Vanessa Laguire each had three hits and batted in a run, and Cara Blumfield added two hits and two RBIs for El Camino Real in a nonconference season opener at Monroe.
Verdugo Hills 2, Garfield 1--Nikki Shaw scored from first base on a throwing error with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning to win the nonconference opener for the Dons.
Simi Valley 15, Oak Park 3--Simi Valley (2-0) scored nine points by sweeping the doubles competition in a nonleague match at Simi Valley.
Campbell Hall 17, Notre Dame 1--Singles players Adam Zunder and Shaunt Vanerian each won in straight sets for Campbell Hall (2-0), which are ranked No. 2 in Division IV, in a nonconference match at the Racquet Centre in Studio City.
Granada Hills 7, Monroe 0--The Highlander doubles teams of Lee Weinstein and Ali Fakhari, and Anand Murthy and Daniel Lim each lost just one game in recording straight-set victories in a nonconference season opener at Granada Hills.
Taft d. Fairfax, 10-15, 15-4, 15-10, 15-2--Elan Yakovee and Joe Nargi each had nine kills, and Afram Naoum added 37 assists and six blocks for Taft (1-0) in a nonconference match at Fairfax.