Anthony Triumphs at Riviera Club Tourney Blake Anthony, a fourth-grader at Corpus Christi School, won the boys’ 10-and-under division championship at the Riviera Country Club’s annual tournament last month. Anthony outlasted Alec Bowman, 7-6, 5-7, 6-3, in a grueling three-hour match. Anthony was presented with his trophy by new Riviera Tennis Director Pam Austin. Meyers Paces Loyola Cross Country to Title Palisades native Ethan Meyers, a second-year varsity runner on the Loyola High cross country team, helped lead the Cubs to the CIF Southern Section championship at Mt. San Antonio College and the Division II state title at Woodward Park in Fresno last month. Along with Meyers, a junior who also ran track at St. Matthew’s, Loyola’s squad included two-time state champion Mark Matusak of Torrance and Will McGregor of Santa Monica, who was a track teammate of Meyers at St. Matthew’s. Westphal Has Pepperdine Hoops Primed for WCC Palisadian Paul Westphal, head coach of the Pepperdine University men’s basketball team, has the Waves ready for West Coast Conference play, which begins tomorrow. Pepperdine posted a 78-63 victory over Colorado State Monday night at Firestone Fieldhouse, improving to 10-5 this season. Westphal is currently 62-43 in four seasons with the Waves, including a 29-13 (.690) mark in WCC play and one NCAA Tournament appearance (in 2001-02). Amos Enters Vegas Fencing Tournament Palisadian Noelle Amos of Marymount High and the Los Angeles International Fencing Club, has qualified for the ‘Duel in the Desert’ fencing tournament in the Women’s Epee division, which begins January 29 in Las Vegas. Amos finished 22nd overall last year.
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