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SDSU Football Program Gets 2 More Commitments

February 10, 1988

The San Diego State football team has received oral commitments from two more high school seniors.

Darren Cooley, a 6-foot, 3-inch, 265-pound nose guard from Windsor Baptist High School in Oklahoma City, and Scott Kilgore, a 6-1, 190-pound outside linebacker from Gunderson High School in San Jose, said they will attend SDSU.

Cooley said Tuesday he selected SDSU after also taking recruiting trips to Liberty Baptist, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. Kilgore said he also took a recruiting trip to Utah.

Cooley and Kilgore are two of at least 13 high school seniors who have announced their intention to sign a national letter of intent today with SDSU.

At least 25 San Diego County high school players are expected to sign national letters of intent with NCAA Division I football teams today.

The signing period starts today and ends April 1 for high school seniors and graduating community college players.


All six singles and three doubles entries won Tuesday as the University of San Diego women's tennis team defeated Cal State Long Beach, 9-0, in a nonconference match.

Jennifer Larking, Tonya Fuller, Aby Brayton, Laura Gonzalez, Christy Drage and Jill Greenwood won singles matches for host USD (1-2), and Larking-Brayton, Fuller-Greenwood and Gonzales-Jewell won doubles matches.


Miguel Gutierrez made four free throws and Steve Riddle added two more in the final 20 seconds as Point Loma Nazarene College upset first-place Azusa Pacific, 73-68, in a Golden State Athletic Conference game.

Gutierrez and Riddle each scored 20 points to top Point Loma Nazarene (8-16, 2-7), which outrebounded Azusa Pacific, 28-17.

Five players scored in double figures as Christian Heritage beat The Master's, 92-76, in an NAIA District 3 game at Granite Hills High School.

Dewayne Burton scored 19 points, Bill Soucie had 15, and Mark Kraatz, William Cunningham and David Kirksey each had 13 for Christian Heritage (12-11).


Sally Cohnour scored 22 points to lead Azusa Pacific to a 65-57 victory over Point Loma Nazarene College in a Golden State Athletic Conference game at Point Loma.

Point Loma, which trailed throughout, had 26 turnovers. Point Loma (16-8, 4-3) came within 54-52 with three minutes to play but couldn't pull ahead.

Laura Mars led Point Loma with 13 points. Azusa Pacific is 14-6 and 5-3.

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