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Trees to Iraq; local national champion

Posted: December 9, 2008 10:05 p.m.
Updated: December 10, 2008 4:55 a.m.
The Valencia High baseball program donated nearly two dozen Christmas trees to needy families, a local firehouse and troops in Iraq.

Through their fund raising efforts, the Vikings were able to order trees from a company in Oregon named Evergreen. They were even able to deliver some.

A half-dozen trees were sent to Iraq. Others went to seminary students at The Master's College.

"Next year we'll make it even bigger," said Valencia head coach Jared Snyder. "This is a great way for the program and kids to give back to the community."

Tearing it up

Saugus High graduate Carmelo Terranova helped lead his Cal State Dominguez Hills Toros soccer team to an NCAA Division II Championship. The Toros defeated Dowling College of New York 3-0 on Sunday posting their 14th shutout of the season. In 26 games this season, Terranova scored four goals, had two assists and five shots on goal.

Salovich to San Diego

swimmer Kaitlyn Salovich has signed a letter of intent to San Diego State University.
Salovich has also been a member of the Empire League championship team for three seasons. She also swims for the Canyon Aquatics club and helped lead the Vikings girls swim team to a second place finish in the Foothill League last season.

Got it done

tennis player Tyler Gottshall and doubles partner Stephen Harlan of Palm Springs took first place in the 11th annual Prince Doubles Grand Prix Masters Championships on Nov. 23 at the Costa Mesa Tennis Center. The Prince Doubles Grand Prix Championships features the top four doubles teams in Southern California based on points earned during the year. Gottshall and Harlan entered the tournament as the third highest ranked team. Gottshall and Harlan clinched the boys 16 division championship by winning two out of three matches in the round robin tournament.


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