Moore hurdlers in mid-season form given Poly Lam BHCll. Cllrt.. FH..HÂ»rcllÂ».im INDfcPtNObN I (AM) UAM_(PM)-C -3 By KEN PIVERNETZ Slalf Writer If Thursday's m a r k s wore any indication, the 330 low hurdles promises to be one' ol (he Moore League's glamor running events in track this spring. On a day when Wilson nipped Â« illikan, 60-58, and Poly and Jordan ran away with easy wins, the atten- tion getters were Kevin Gibson, Clarence Hopper and Elbcrt Curry. VI illikan's Gibson ran the lows in a fast early- reason 38.3, Hopper of Jordan was timed in 38.4 and Curry of Poly 30.1. Only Gibson's time was not a school record, Larry Norwood having run 38.1 to win the league finals last spring. Bul Norwood -- nor anyone else for that matter -- was not running that fast at this time a year ago. Although Poly decisive* -t Hir.SONW.MIIJ.lKA.VU IM - Polk im I0.3Â». Keys (Ml 113. Â±_Â» l-'Van iWl 33. I'olk (Wl 113. lÂ» -- Van iWl 51?. Gdlcmy (Ml 51.1. Averrdj. (Vfi. (0 -- der'rates (Ml 1 00 H Phillies ( M l ? S I S . AKcrimlWl Mllr - C Cot mi I 31 J. Wah^T Itt'il 319. Milk-nMl ;-Â»ilr - r Co\ ffl'l 9 S5, Airtun (Ml 19 01, Doul !*110.01 IMnt - Uolas iWl IS w. Odpn (Wl ly beat Complon, and Jordan did likewise to Lakcwood, 87-31, most of the top marks canic at Wilson's Stephens Field. Wilson had the meet won before Ihe mite relay, but was not without a few anxious moments at the outset. VI illikan, with Gibson winning the lows, then anchoring the 440 relay, won the first two events and held a surprising 19-4 lead after Ihe third race when Al deFrates and Jeff Phillips went 1-2 in the 880. A 1-2 finish by Pete Dolas and Dale Oden in *Â· * 110 rf I ay -- Jordan (Sidney. Varks. ppor. C'olfniniHO Milp rtlay -- Jordan ("Sharp, riinij- Hiwor. C' Mif'lhirri. Williamson! Ulct'MiiKluid not run. taax lump -- llrv*n (l.( 131 1 * Hooper'J 194 l i. Johnson U 1 1 7 7 . Itith Jniiip -- I Jss.m (JÂ» ii-2. Cahjl] ^hipa[ -- Gilrralh ( J l i1 6'i Divers (Jl ll-l. Cri.Jum (1.1 41-Hi Pole vauil - RrfiormU) 120. Hani- . N-nc 1WIJI -- Gibson IM) 38.J. Kwnf (.Ml. iWl. - bfrkOlIl-0. i-olhird. JV wur*: l.ike*irx*! 7*. Jmdan t SOI'll SOTÂ»: Jordan 01.Ijh-nood 5S Last hurdle Millikan High's Kevin Gibson is caught clearing last flight of hurdles en route (o fast 38.3 clocking in Moore League dual meet opener against Wilson Thursday. Bruins nipped the Rams, 60-58. Staff photo by TOM SHAW LBSU gymnasts defend PCAA championship 110 relay - Milhkan (Kfs. Cede- m i . I^is. Cihsnnl H t. Wilson (Polk. O.]pn, A%vrv(ta. Vanl 41 I MO relay -- Vi'rfson (Aienrlla i? 1 Ahlf rim S54, Koenker 62.1. Van I'JSl J-.s.l but disqualified fir bsl man eudiaR o(l aliuikan ranner M i l N k a n (IrA-is. Nielo, CoKeray. Gibswil no time l.ong jomp -- Wilkinson (W) 21-7*. l^is(Mia)54. H e Â» l ( M i a 3 I'ole vauK -- Vourg (M! 110. il Co\(W!lM. UrrtdlMllJO. StHlput -- folaias ( U ) 4a-l. }'Lnk- sloniWlM-7. Kinder iMl IW.. HiRli jamp -- Vounp i M ) G-5. Wllkin s j i n i n l f i ^ . R'.:hn(Wl trl JV seore: Wilson 91. M i l l i k a n 27; SOPII score: Miliikan 70. Â«'ilÂ«n IS TOI.Y 71, CtlMiTOX 39 100 -- Was Kindlon (P) 10.0. Curry i P l 10 2. Oumncnan iCl 113 _ CO - Wasiiinctim (I 1 ) 230. Curry |H - Fmlkci iri 51 3. lljdson (Ci 118. Knot (CI514. Â»Â« -- Pope (Ci I:S7K, Oyens ( P i 1 SS.I,l!emrB(l'l202l. Mile -- Mezj IPl 1.31.1, I j r r i v a (Pi ' 2-nillt -- PhiUirs (PI 10:1118. flanks (Cl K.3? 3, no third IMHII - Coleman (Pi 153. Tolbcn ICl IS 4. Williams ( P I Is V SÂ«.n - Curry l l ' l 391 Isrhoo! rrrord, M mark 3v2by Guison. 19751. Tolberl (Cl 315. Williams (Pi W 5. 410 relay -- Common 4J.S, I'oly pulled up Mile relay -- Complon no (iir.e. Po!vditt not run S-irvVrs Cj SI II Hanlbo ll'l 3)3 IlilA Jump - Tyler (I'l 64. Davis If i r. J^uA^-J.. lf\ c.*. Oxiiard to host volleyballers The season's biggest indoor v o l l e y b a l l t o u r n a - ment lo dale will be held Saturday at Oxnard. Twenty three women's teams are entered along with 22 men's teams in the day-long event starling at 9 a.m. Playing sites are Channel High, O x n a r d High and Pt. Hueneme High. Women's tennis Uns Bcjrh (II) Cellar t Onnjtr nuii i Sinslfi-l'rooll (l.lll M. U'f. 16. 61: ](rrrTuan (Uil del. Currk, s-l. Â» :. ifliruti il.ni ik-r. I'irk. 01. S-7 -i i.. the 120 high hurdles and doubles by Anthony Van (Â·HW220) and Clark Cox (milo/2-milp) brought the Bruins back. John Young of Millikan was another double winner, scoring a close high jump decision over John Wilkinson of Wilson al fl-5. after earlier vaulting M feet. Wilkinson cleared 6-! lo finish second and nlso won the long jump at 21-7. Al Complon, I'oly's Michael Washington won both sprints and Andre Pope of Complon ran a 1:57.8 half-mile to h e a t Jackrabbit Peter Owens. Washington breezed to 10.0 and 23.0 clockinRs on t h e R a m s a n r Stadium track; Pope rallied in (lie final 50 yards to catch pacesetter Owens, who had led from the sl.trl, and finished with a 1:5S.-1. The Hares suffered a lough blow in Ihc -MO relay when anchorman Jimmy Clinton pulled up l a m e wilh a six-yard lead and had to scratch from (lie 100 and 220. "I'm sure we would have run at least Â·IZ.S." said a dejected Jim Richardson, not sure of the extent of Clinton's injury. Sophomore Marvin I,ard, Washington, and W i l l i e Fowlkes had the lead. In addition to winning the 330 lows, Hopper also ran 15.2 to capture and highs ami ran a leg nn the Panthers' victorious 110 relay. Jordan is now 4-0 on the season and nest hosts Wilson in w h a t should bo another cliffhanger next week. LEASING I Cat I. Trucks AIIMoLn Mocleli Foreign Donwitk FOR INFORMATION CALL" Fro* T*fnmÂ« AERO MOTORS . . Josl-nalr, ijfl. f,2. H3lh.i*ay Mfl il.I)l drl. W f n Wftuin. S3, 6-1 : ll Kutuiil.lll. Jd. Knghl-Sct.G-Z.i-l. GRAND PRIX --REPORTS-5:45 P.M. KFOX 1280 Your Country" The Long Beach State gymnastics team will defend its one-year reign as Pacific Coast Athletic Association champion when it compeles in the PCAA championships and NCAA Chalk on third for Angels HOLTVH.LE ( A P ) Angels manager Dick Will i a m s ended speculation over the club's third base situation Thursday after his c l u b held its first spring drill. Williams said that Dave Chalk will continue to play third, with the newly-acquired Bill Melton "working out a bit at third, a bil at first, and a lot in the batting cage." Melton, acquired from Ihe Chicago While Sox, is a third baseman, bul is expected lo be used prim a r i l y as the Angels' designated hitter. T h i r t y rosier players were on hand for the opening workout, with pitchers Nolan R y a n a n d Dick Drago and catcher Ellie Rodriguez a m o n g those not yet in camp. Pitcher Gary Ross, acquired from the Padres over the winter, was the A n g e l s ' f i r s t casualty. Uoss was hit on the forearm by a line drive and taken for X-rays, bul they p r o v e d negative and a club spokesman said he shouldn't have to miss any drills. Western Regionals lonight ami Saturday in San Jose. The meets are being held simultaneously in the San Jose State campus gym. Competition begins tonight at 7 and continues Saturday with sessions at noon and 7 p.m. The 49ers were lops in league and regional competition in 1975 when the concurrent events were held at Cal State Fullerton. Coach Yoshi Takei's team won wilh a score of 378.35 to Fullcrton's 377.95. Leading the Long Beach team is all-around champion Yoichi Tomita, who was rated tops in league in f o u r c a t e g o r i e s ( a l l around, horizontal b a r , parallel bar and rings) during the regular season. 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