Cerritos puts -# in track finals . Last year the Cerritos College track team failed to place a performer in the California. State Meet for the first time in 14 'seasons. . Determined to change - that statistic, the Falcons .'qualified 18 athletes for Â·Saturday's South Coast 1 Conference finals at San Diego Mesa College in the . circuit preliminaries held -at Mesa Wednesday. ; "We lost a few in some events and gained a few in others," said coach Dave Kamanski, "but all- in-all it was just about as we figured." Throughout its 2-3 conference dual meet season Cerritos gathered a good Â·share of its points in the field events and are continuing to show strength in this area. Mike Spoolstra led the weight men by flinging the javelin 195 feet while shotputter G l e n K l e i n threw 50-3 and Ron Dumphy hurled the discus!46 feet. Other to'p 'Falcon perfformers included Ray DeCuffa's 13-6 vault, a 6-2 leap by high juniper Steve .Eades and Phil Scrna, a qualifier in the long jump 'and triple jump. - In the nmning events, Â· f o r m e r Excelsior High teammates Jeff English and Carlos Poivee qualified in the mile and 880, respectively, w i t h ings of 4:24 and 1:58. Jordan sped to a 51.5 quarter-mile. Mt. San Antonio led schools -wilh' 47 qualifiers for the finals while Fullerton, winner of the dual meet title w i t h a mark, placed 38 athletes. USC can clinch Pacific-8 crown USC can clinch its fifth successive Pacific-8 Conference Southern Division baseball title by taking two of three games from visiting S t a n f o r weekend. The Trojans host the runncrup Cardinals at dcaux Field today at 3 and Saturday in a noon doubleheader. S t a n f won two of three when teams met al Stanford last month. Pro grid briefs NFI, Kills-Signed four veterans: guard Willie Parker, linebacker Dave Washington, and centers Bruce Jarvis and Mike Montler. 49ers--Signed veteran middle linebacker Frank Nunley. Broncos--Signed draft choices Steve 1 Buchanan, running b a c k from Cross, and Darrcl Austin, lineman South Carolina. WFI.