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PREP-JC ROUNDUP Butler, Scott lead Montgomery

first_imgGirls volleyball Seini Takutau had five kills and seven aces to lead Serra to a 25-9, 25-15, 25-20 nonleague win at Firebaugh. Marielle Brosmer added seven kills and two aces for Serra (6-2). In the Delphic League … CAMS 3, Pacific Hills 0: Jessica Hernandez had nine kills in a 25-23, 25-6, 25-8 win for host CAMS (1-1). Girls golf Beverly Hills’ Clair Cho sank a hole-in-one and shot a 4-under-par 32 at The Links at Victoria Park in a 204-206 Ocean League win over North Torrance. Cho aced the par-3, 157-yard No. 8 hole. Eliana David shot a 37 for North, which set a school record for lowest team round. In the City 1 League … Deanu U shot a 44 and Debbi U shot a 49 for Narbonne at par-37 Harbor Park. Narbonne had 289 points, trailing Venice (242) and LACES (286). Michelle Park of LACES shot a 36. JC women’s volleyball Marcela Hernandez had 11 kills and five blocks to lead El Camino to a 30-28, 20-24, 30-15 nonconference victory over visiting Santa Monica. Lauren Simmons contributed 10 kills and 15 digs. Amirta Tuladhar had 26 assists and 15 digs for El Camino (11-1). Santa Monica is 4-5.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! From staff reports By sweeping their sets, sophomore Danielle Butler and freshman Melanie Scott helped Bishop Montgomery earn an 11-7 nonleague girls tennis victory Wednesday at Torrance. “Both my first and second position are very strong, and they usually do sweep,” Bishop Montgomery coach Dor’e Pearson-Smyth said. “I never assume anything, but I know these two girls are very strong.” Lauren Williams won two of three sets for Bishop Montgomery (2-1). The Torrance doubles team of Diana Kim and Yen Thanh Tran swept its three doubles sets for Torrance (1-2). El Segundo 9, Santa Monica 9 (El Segundo wins on games, 80-78): Hazuki Onaga swept her three singles sets, losing just two games to lead visiting El Segundo (4-1). Amy Romeo won two of three sets for El Segundo. In other nonleague matches … West Torrance 10, Culver City 8: The doubles team of Ashley Cheng and Tiffany Lin swept their three sets to lead host West (2-5). The doubles team of Eunice Na and Sonya Park won two of three sets. Corona del Mar 13, Peninsula 5: Kiersten Steinhauer and Erin Coleman each won two of three singles sets, but Peninsula (5-2) lost at defending CIF Southern Section Division I champion Corona del Mar (6-1). last_img read more