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Tookey was a multiple-event winner at last week’s Pioneer League finals. Just rounding into form after a broken leg last September, Tookey won the 100 meters in 11.03 seconds, along with the 200 (22.53) and anchored South’s winning 4×100 relay team (44.56).
Anderson threw a complete-game shutout in the Monsoons’ 4-0 victory over La Mirada last Wednesday. Anderson struck out eight while allowing only four hits and leads Mayfair with a 8-1 record and a 0.96 ERA.
McMillan proved he’s one of the top young sprinters in the area last week at the San Andreas League finals. He won the 100 (11.07 seconds) and 200 meters (22.08). Those times were the No. 2 wind-legal times in the state among freshmen.
Caldarone starred for the Saints at the Valle Vista League meet, winning four titles. He took first in the 50-yard freestyle (22.17) and the 100 free (48.30) and also swam a leg on the victorious 200 free relay and 400 free relay teams. He is seeded second in both individual events for the upcoming CIF Division 4 meet. Caldarone, also a standout on the school’s water polo team, plans to got to Long Beach State and study mechanical engineering.
Mullin put on a show at his last Rio Hondo League finals. Mullin set a meet record in the 100 butterfly by winning in 48.79 seconds. He followed that by winning the 100 backstroke in 50.08. Those two showings set him up nicely for the upcoming CIF finals.
Obradovich, the Breakers’ co-captain, had nine kills in a sweep of Estancia that clinched the program’s 11th consecutive league title. He also had 23 kills in a sweep of Dana Hills to conclude the regular season.
Sun Valley Poly
The Cal State Northridge-bound pitcher dazzled in a 1-0 nonleague victory over Venice, striking out eight in a game that carried major L.A. City Section playoff implications.
Ferguson held off a hard charge from one of the Inland area’s best golfers on Wednesday, shooting 4-over-par 76 and then holding off San Diego State-bound Ryan McCoy of Great Oak in a three-hole playoff to win the Southwestern League championship in the league finals tournament at CrossCreek Golf Club.
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