Instead, prosecutor Alex Spiro read a letter on their behalf, the Journal reported."Ellen was a sweet, kind, generous, compassionate, loving and beautiful young woman.If Carmel beats King City on Wednesday, the two teams will face off again at a neutral site Friday to determine which will get the league’s automatic playoff spot for CCS.Monterey 3, North County 0 The MBL-P champion Spartans tuned up for the postseason with a non-league 25-23, 22-25, 19-25, 25-20, 15-20 win.In February 2010, he was convicted again for Samsoe's murder and for the murders of four women in Los Angeles County. At a news conference after Monday's hearing, Manhattan Dist. Cyrus Vance said Alcala would be returned to California, where he is appealing his death-penalty conviction.Should that conviction be overturned, Vance said, Alcala would return to New York for his sentence.The Journal reported that many in attendance at Monday's sentencing wore stickers bearing the black-and-white photograph that initially appeared in stories about Crilley's death."Cornelia Always in Our Hearts," the stickers read.
Claire Bishop added nine kills and seven assists for Carmel while Madi Lombardi tallied five digs and three aces.
The Monterey High girls tennis team completed an undefeated Monterey Bay League Pacific Division season Tuesday with a 5-2 win over San Benito.
Olivia Rhodes, Eipponee Miller and Sarah Gensel were singles winners for Monterey, as were the doubles teams of Stephanie Stephens and Margaux Leivenberg and Sarah Song and Tina Ngo.
Cecilia Reyes recorded a career-high 63 assists for Seaside while Kyana Aledo tallied 26 digs and Aleah Jakubowsky 24 digs.
Jocelyn Hernandez had 23 kills and four blocks for Seaside while Sydney Johnson finished with 21 kills.
Makayla Chassion, Camryn More, Darcy Davis and Riley Doolittle were singles winners for Salinas.