Clipped From The Argus
is two the In for in the running events. Larry Hollins (MiraCosta, 7-0 high jump), Bill Chew (Citrus, 15-6 pole vault), Mike Hill (MT. SAC, 25-6 long jump) and Sylvester Marshall (West Hills, 171-11 discus) are people to watch in the field events. * * * Southern California champion Cerritos puts its fantastic 38-1 record on the line aga'nst northern champ College of the Sequoias (28-13-1) in a best of three series for the state baseball title with the first game slated for today at 3 p.m. COS has only one .300 hitter in the likes of shortstop Jim Wohlford but his .382 led his conference and along with his glove earned him all-conference honors in the Valley Conference. Two right handers, Roger Johnson and Dan Hensley will take the mound duty sporting and 12-6 records respectively. Cliff Vaudreuil, Dave Brunell, and Don Highstreet make up the Cerritos mound corps. Vaudreuil has been an all-conference choice for two years and hasn't lost a JC game Â·Burnell earned himself player-of-th'e-year award in the South Coast Conference and Burnell spotted a 5-0 record enroute to all- conference honors. Â·First baseman Tim Steele (.425), second baseman Steve Staggs (.337), and outfielder Ron Diggle (.300) all earned all conference berths and lead the Oerritos hitting attack. Northern California champion Carlos Kir- mayr of Modesto JC will take his singles title and his share of his NorCal doubles title to Bakersfield College in an attempt to gain Modesto the state team tennis title. Kirmayr topped Steve Slefanki of Foothill in the NorCal finals last week and then .ed w:th Charlie Panui to defeat Stefanki and Felix Ponte -in the doubles. Hn the south, Van Linge won the singles title by downing Chris DeGraff of San Diego CC and then teamed with Jim P a r d take the doubles championship from Bakersfield's Steve Newbrough and Gary Champlin. All quarterfinalists from both Northern and Southern California have qualified for the tourney.