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CHATTER: RULING DISPUTED.

Byline: Chris Branam Daily News Staff Writer

David Dicker has a Southern Section rule book. Dean Crowley also has one. But they might not be the same edition.

Crowley, the Southern Section commissioner, said the Southern Section was allowed to tell the Catholic Athletic Association in October that it needed to restructure its leagues. Dicker, an Encino attorney representing the Alemany High parents, says it wasn't in the section's authority to mandate a releaguing.

Crowley said the rule book Dicker is using is outdated.

``We went through an amendment to our constitution which allowed some movement to our areas,'' Crowley said.

The argument still might be raging, but it seems obvious Alemany's football team will be playing in the Del Rey League next season and in 2000. The section voted on its leagues last week despite Dicker's appeal. . . .

It should be noted that Alemany lost to future league opponent Loyola 60-20 last season. But the Indians also beat St. Paul, which is in the new Del Rey League and lost to Notre Dame by a point (14-13). . . .

Crystl Bustos, formerly of Canyon, and Nancy Evans, who went to Hoover, are among the five former players from the region who have been invited to try out for the U.S. Pan American softball team in June.

Nicole Giordano (Hart), Keri Lemasters (Canyon), and Becky Witt (Louisville), along with Westlake coach Barbara Jordan, are scheduled to try out at Fresno's Bulldog Diamond in mid-June. . . .

Including last year's Daily News Bernie Milligan All-Star baseball game, Tim Arroyo made his first two hits at Cal State Northridge count. Representing Kennedy High, Arroyo hit a homer in the Milligan game in June 1998, then hit a grand slam for CSUN on Jan. 23 to lift the Matadors to a 10-6 extra-inning win over San Francisco. . . .

Terrmel Sledge, who transferred from CSUN to Long Beach State when the school cut baseball in the spring of '97, is enjoying his change of scenery. The 49ers are ranked No. 2 in Baseball America's preseason poll and Sledge is favored to repeat as the Big West Conference's player of the year.

Sledge, a senior outfielder, batted .392 with 13 homers and 26 stolen bases last year at Long Beach State. . . .

Former Camarillo football and baseball standout Joe Borchard is projected as an All-Pacific 10 outfielder by Baseball America. Borchard batted .355 with 10 homers and 55 RBI last year as a freshman. . . .

Hart midfielder Erin Misaki was selected to the under-17 U.S. Youth Soccer Select team which competes Feb. 12-21 at the Adidas Cup in Florida. Teams from Japan, Germany, China and Sweden are playing in the first-year event hosted by the U.S. Soccer Federation. The United States will be represented by four teams of teen-agers. . . .

The Hicks brothers - Jonathan and Matthew - made their marks at North Hollywood in the past couple of years as football players. But the latest Hicks sibling - Charlene - is a basketball player.

North Hollywood girls' basketball coach Rich Allen eagerly awaits Hicks, a seventh-grader at Walter Reed Middle School.

``She's going to fit right into our line of point guards,'' he said.

Unbalanced scoring: Give Krystal Credit, a girls' basketball player at Foshay Learning Center in Los Angeles, her due. Credit scored all her team's points - and grabbed 27 rebounds - in a 82-33 loss to Bravo Medical Center last week. . . .

Big boy: It was revealed in the February issue of Student Sports magazine that Kyle Boller, Hart's record-setting quarterback, weighed in at 11 pounds, nine ounces at birth.
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Date:Feb 2, 1999
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