BOYS BASKETBALL BEAT : SLOW AND STEADY.Crespi's first-year coach Dick Dornan says he wasn't discouraged when his Celts The following pages provide lists of nations or people of Celtic origin, arranged by branch of Celtic ethnicity or language grouping:
``I was never concerned,'' Dornan said. ``We just had to get over the hump hump (hump) a rounded eminence.
dowager's hump popular name for dorsal kyphosis caused by multiple wedge fractures of the thoracic vertebrae seen in osteoporosis. and get a few breaks.''
Sure enough, Crespi has won three of four, including triumphs over Quartz Hill, Ventura and Montclair Prep - ``We're three plays away from being 5-2,'' said Dornan, who pointed out the best is yet to come, considering his top six scorers are all underclassmen.
Grant's Gilbert Arenas Gilbert Jay Arenas Jr. (born January 6, 1982 in Florida) is an American professional basketball player currently with the NBA's Washington Wizards. Arenas overcame his modest NBA debut, including being a second-round draft pick, to establish himself as one of the most has emerged as the the City Section's best overall player, averaging almost 30 points, eight rebounds, seven assists and six steals for the 5-4 Lancers lanc·er
1. A cavalryman armed with a lance.
2. A member of a regiment originally armed with lances.
3. lancers (used with a sing. verb)
a. A kind of quadrille.
Arenas, a 6-3 forward, is only a junior.
``Right now he's dominating,'' said coach Howard Levine, who projects Arenas to break Ronald Patterson's school season record of 589 points (1994-95). ``Gilbert is a very gifted athlete who scored 22 points per game as a sophomore. He's got great quickness, speed and jumping ability. And at just 170 pounds, there's a lot of room for muscle growth.''
Arenas recently went through a five-game stretch that saw him score 30, 36, 30, 39, and 36 points. He is coming off his best game of the season: 45 points, 10 rebounds, 12 assists and 10 steals - a quadruple quad·ru·ple
1. Consisting of four parts or members.
2. Four times as much in size, strength, number, or amount.
3. Music Having four beats to the measure.
n. double - in a 112-66 rout over Bell Jeff on Tuesday.
Coach Gary Spindt has to be pleased with Valencia winning eight of its first nine. The Vikings were a combined 6-40 their first two years of competition before going 14-11 last season. Spindt points to guard Mark Sison and forward Mark Powlak as early-season catalysts. Sison admirably replaced suspended starter Jason Williamson during a four-game stretch and averaged 12 points. Powlak is averaging close to 10 points and five rebounds.
Meanwhile forward Brian ``Bubbles'' Otis is on pace to set a school record for charges taken. ``That's the most unselfish thing you can do,'' Spindt said. ``Bubbles is just a hard-nosed team player.''
Hard as a Rocky
Montclair Prep's Rocky Steryo is off to a torrid start, averaging almost 30 points per game - including twice as many 3-pointers as 2-pointers. He has 181 3-pointers - 46 in nine games this season, including 11 in a recent 71-46 win over Antelope Valley This article is about the Los Angeles County region. For the census-designated place in Wyoming, see Antelope Valley-Crestview, Wyoming.
The Antelope Valley . The previously overweight guard lost 20 pounds over the summer and says being trimmer trimmer
see resco nail trimmer, toenail scissors. has made a big difference.
``I'm a lot quicker now,'' Steryo said. ``I've just got more speed and jumping ability.''
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Lancaster's Andrew Austin, a 6-4, 240-pound junior power forward, could give teams plenty of problems in the paint, considering most Golden League competitors lack size. Austin scored 20 in a recent loss to Diamond Bar.
Joey Cuppari, Westlake's dazzling two-sport star (three actually, if you count baseball) has been named second-team Grid-Hoop All-American by Student Sports magazine. He is the only area standout on the list.