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THE DAY IN SPORTS: CSUN ROUTS TEMPLE FOR FOURTH IN A ROW.

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Jeremy Sickles hit two home runs and drove in six runs Thursday as Cal State Northridge won its fourth straight baseball game, defeating Temple 12-1 at Northridge.

Starting pitcher Jim DeBiase took the win, improving to 6-0. He allowed just four hits over five innings. The Matadors (15-13) totaled 13 hits against the Owls (3-8), including two doubles by Matt Synhorst, who finished with three hits.

In boys' golf:

Indians lose first: Hart High fell from the undefeated ranks while going against two of traditional best in the Southern Section, losing to unbeaten San Marcos (381) and tying Palm Desert at 396 in a three-way nonleague match at Rancho San Marcos.

Mark Lauver led Hart, taking medalist honors at 1-over-par 71. Ryan Wyman shot 78 and Jeff Siembieda 81 for the Indians, who dropped to 4-1-1. George Downey shot 75, J.R. Ruda 76 and John Poucher 76 for San Marcos (6-0). Joe Ramos shot 74 to lead Palm Desert (2-1-1).

It was the second time in as many weeks powerful San Marcos has knocked off one of this area's best teams. The Royals shot a season-best 5-over-par eight days ago at Santa Barbara GC to hand Westlake its first loss of the season - outdistancing the Warriors by 14 strokes.

In other prep golf:

Alemany stays perfect: Gina Fese shot 2-over-par 37, Jonathan Feuerhelm 38 and Krystal Shearer 39 to lead undefeated Alemany (3-0. 2-0) past Crespi 202-233 in a Mission League match at Porter Valley Country Club. Russell Ford led Crespi (1-4, 0-3) with a 41 over nine holes.

Youth power: Flintridge Prep, which lost four of its top five players from last year to graduation, shot a season-best 187 to improve to 5-2 with a nonleague sweep of Schurr (202) and Montebello (220) at Whittier Narrows GC.

Sophomore Jeff Osborn took medalist honors at 2-under-par 33 over 9 holes and freshman Connor O'Byrne shot 37 to lead the Rebels, who started four sophomores and a freshman.

In prep baseball:

Spartans sparkle: Sylmar starting pitcher Ivan Lopez struck out five and walked none in five innings and his Spartans struck for five runs in the second inning of a 6-0 Westside tournament win over St. Bernard's. Chris Avendano doubled for one of the six hits for the Spartans (3-1) against the Vikings (2-2).

In prep softball:

Del Real sparks Cougars: Patty Del Real struck out five in a complete-game two-hitter as Kennedy improved to 6-0 with a 1-0 win over Monroe. Colette Chisholm pitched a three-hitter for the Vikings (1-4).

Tigers roar: Sunshine Gallardo homered and drove in four runs, Monique Ramirez doubled and drove in two runs and Michelle Raigoza struck out six in five innings as San Fernando improved to 4-0 with an 18-2 nonleague win over visiting Palisades.
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Title Annotation:SPORTS
Publication:Daily News (Los Angeles, CA)
Date:Mar 12, 1999
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