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DAY IN SPORTS: MONROE ROUTS RESEDA.

Byline: - Matthew Kredell

Rolando Nunez connected on a school-record 10 3-pointers Friday night for Monroe of North Hills in a 93-55 Valley Mission League victory over visiting Reseda.

The senior guard attempted 13 shots from behind the 3-point arc, making seven in a row during one stretch of the second half, and finished with 33 points in just more than 24 minutes of play.

``He was sick,'' Monroe coach Don Loperena said. ``I see him make shots in practice like that all the time. He's lights out.''

In other boys' basketball:

OLYMPIC LEAGUE

--Montclair Prep 79, Crossroads 50: In his first game back after missing a month with a sprained thumb on his shooting hand, Jin Soo Kim scored 17 points and blocked five shots as host Montclair Prep of Panorama City (12-5, 1-0) won its league opener.

GIRLS' BASKETBALL

FOOTHILL LEAGUE

--Hart 61, Burbank 29: Ashlee Trebilcock nearly outscored the entire visiting team, finishing with 28 points for Hart of Newhall (14-4, 3-0), the top-ranked team in the region. The Indians jumped out to a 13-point halftime lead and extended the margin to 22 to start the fourth quarter.

GIRLS' SOCCER

MARMONTE LEAGUE

--Thousand Oaks 2, Royal 1: Ali McCartney scored on a 20-yard free kick in the 68th minute to help host Thousand Oaks - ranked No. 5 by the Daily News - knock off top-ranked Royal of Simi Valley (12-2-2, 4-1-1), snapping the region's longest unbeaten streak at 12 games.

Devin Noe gave Royal the early lead, but Britney Arauz tied it for Thousand Oaks (8-1-2, 4-1-2) in the 34th minute. Nicole Cruz took a shot from 18 yards out that was deflected by Royal goalkeeper Amanda Diehm, landing at the feet of Arauz, who tapped the ball into an open net.

RIO HONDO LEAGUE

--La Canada 1, South Pasadena 0: Freshman Nancy Avesyan scored on a 29th-minute penalty kick as host La Canada (9-4-1, 3-0) knocked off a team ranked in the Southern Section Div. IV top 10 for the third time in its past four games, defeating No. 9 South Pasadena (9-5-1, 1-1).

FOOTBALL

--Anderson visits UCLA: Birmingham of Lake Balboa wide receiver Corey Anderson is making an official visit to UCLA this weekend.

Anderson earned All-Daily News first-team honors last season by catching 58 passes for 1,425 yards and scoring 12 touchdowns, helping Birmingham win the City Section championship. Anderson does not have an offer from the Bruins.

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Date:Jan 15, 2005
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