Trebilcock leads the Buckeyes in 3-point shooting percentage (52.9 percent). She scored a career-high 17 points in the Buckeyes victory over Penn State on Feb. 22. -Ramona Shelburne Rigo to lead Canyon Mike Rigo is Canyon High’s new softball coach, replacing Bob Foster. Chuck Hannasch, who has been serving as Canyon’s interim coach, will remain on staff as an assistant. -Gerry Gittelson Jorgensborg signs with Irish Softball player Brianna Jorgensborg of La Reina High of Thousand Oaks has signed with Notre Dame. Jorgensborg batted .571 with eight HRs and 49 RBIs as a junior. -Gerry Gittelson Wife of Lugo dies Nancy Lugo, the wife of Canoga Park High football coach Rudy Lugo, died last week. Rudy Lugo has battled lung cancer for nearly a year. He went into remission about a month ago. Funeral services are pending. Contributions can be sent to: Canoga Park High School c/o CPHS Boosters Club, 6850 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Canoga Park, CA 91303. Write “Rudy Lugo” on the check. -Ramona Shelburne Oaks Christian gets $500,000 donation Younan Properties, a Los Angeles-based real estate investment corporation, is donating $500,000 to Oaks Christian High of Westlake Village. The money will fund several projects on campus and upgrades to the school’s athletic facilities including bleachers for the baseball field, synthetic turf for the football field and lighting for the aquatic complex. In honor of the donation, Oaks Christian will name its basketball and volleyball court, “Younan Court.” -Ramona Shelburne Hunters still in pursuit of No. 1 After completing the first unbeaten season in program history with Saturday’s 3-1 victory in the City Section final, Canoga Park’s boys’ soccer team (24-0-1) remained the nation’s second-ranked team in the latest Student Sports National Fab 50 poll, trailing Kingwood High (19-0-1) of Humble, Texas. Loyola of Los Angeles (26-6-4) is ranked No. 12 and St. Francis of La Canada Flintridge (25-5) is No. 42. -Erik Boal 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Ashlee Trebilcock has finally worked her way into the starting lineup for the No. 5 Ohio State women’s basketball team. The former Hart High of Newhall standout, who transferred to Ohio State after playing just four games at UCLA, became the Buckeyes’ starting shooting guard on Feb. 11 when All-American guard Brandie Hoskins ruptured her left Achilles’ tendon. Trebilcock, a three-time Daily News Player of the Year honoree, has taken the opportunity and run with it.
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