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Football: Chaminade adds three transfer students

The Mission League football competition between Gardena Serra and West Hills Chaminade keeps getting more intriguing every month.

The two schools battled it out last season, with Chaminade prevailing, 28-20, in a close league game, then Serra beat the Eagles, 30-28, in the Western Division championship game. Nothing should change in 2013 as far as one or the other competing for a championship.

So in the off season, it's all about adding new players, and Chaminade has added three transfer students.

Brandyn Lee, a sophomore receiver who caught 30 passes at Chatsworth Sierra Canyon, has enrolled at Chaminade, along with junior running back-cornerback Kieran Yancy, who played at Sierra Canyon. The Eagles also added junior defensive end Garrett Scarpace from Hueneme. He's 6 feet 3, 200 pounds, and his father is Mike Scarpace, who played on USC's 1967 national championship team and has coached in high school and college.

-- Eric Sondheimer

 
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