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GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

* Lizzie Cheek, Fullerton Rosary: Had 20 kills and 10 digs to lead the Royals (8-6), No. 4 in the Southern Section Division III-A rankings, in a 25-22, 25-27, 25-18, 25-16 nonleague victory over visiting Orange Lutheran (6-3), No. 7 in Division III-A.

* Jasmine Wiley, Pomona: Senior had five of her team-high 18 kills in the clinching game of a 25-13, 25-21, 28-30, 23-25, 15-12 nonleague victory over visiting Woodland Hills Taft.

BOYS’ WATER POLO

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* Charles Wright, Long Beach Wilson: Senior had four goals for the Bruins, No. 1 in Division I, who scored a 10-6 victory over La Jolla Bishop’s in the quarterfinals of the South Coast tournament. Long Beach Wilson (5-1) will play La Canada in a semifinal at 11:45 today at Newport Harbor.

* Doug McNeese and Gamal Rady, La Canada: Each had three goals for the Spartans, No. 1 in Division III, in an 8-6 win over Corona del Mar, No. 6 in Division I, in the South Coast tournament.

* Dave Van Boxtel and Petar Solomun, Lake Forest El Toro: Boxtel had three goals, including two in the first quarter, and Solomun, a foreign exchange student from Serbia and Montenegro, had two goals for the Chargers (3-1), No. 5 in Division I, in an 8-4 victory over Los Alamitos, No. 3 in Division II, in the South Coast tournament.

* Andy Nelson, Palos Verdes: Scored with 32 seconds left in overtime for the Sea Kings (8-1), No. 4 in Division III, in an 8-7 nonleague victory over visiting Los Angeles Loyola (5-5).

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* Mikey Edwards, Rowland Heights Rowland: Had five goals for the host Raiders (10-4), No. 3 in Division VI, in a 12-10 win in the Los Altos tournament over No. 6 Jurupa Valley.

* Timmy Bohr, Fountain Valley: Had five goals in a 17-13 nonleague victory over Fountain Valley Los Amigos, which trailed, 11-9, after three quarters.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

* Roxanne Teti, Santa Barbara: Swept at No. 1 singles, 6-1, 6-0, 6-2, to lead Dons (5-1), the 2004 Division II runners-up, in a 17-1 nonleague victory over visiting Mater Dei (2-4), which lost three matches this week.

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