December 14, 1997
A.D. Lamoureux scored 25 points to lead Cypress to a 92-88 overtime victory over Saddleback for third place in the Santa Barbara tournament Saturday night. Cypress (7-6) outscored the Gauchos, 14-10, in overtime after being outscored in the second half, 41-35. Frankie Floyd scored 19 points for the Chargers, including four three-point goals, and had 11 rebounds. Chris Killins scored 14 points and Mark Jensen added 13 points. Lamoureux made the all-tournament team.
February 11, 1997 |
Irvine Valley and Fullerton, which are tied for first in the Orange Empire Conference men's basketball race, hope to hold their positions before meeting Feb. 19. Irvine Valley (22-6, 9-1) is at Rancho Santiago (14-11, 3-7) Wednesday and hosts third-place Riverside (19-10, 6-4) Friday. Riverside is at Fullerton (16-10, 9-1) Wednesday then Fullerton travels fourth-place Saddleback (15-11, 5-5) Friday. All games are at 7:30 p.m.
December 18, 1997
Hamadi Stewart saved Cypress in the final seconds of regulation and overtime as the Chargers defeated Long Beach, 108-100, in double overtime in a nonconference men's basketball game at Cypress. The Chargers are 8-6. Cypress trailed, 80-78, but Stewart tipped in a missed shot as time expired to send the game into the first overtime. With 11 seconds left in overtime, Cypress again trailed by two when Stewart grabbed a rebound and made the follow-up shot to send the game into the second overtime.
December 13, 1997
Orange Coast's Jennifer Ludwicki made a school-record six three-pointers to lead the Pirates to a 69-55 victory over San Diego Mesa in a nonconference women's basketball game Friday at OCC. Ludwicki, a former standout at Fountain Valley High, scored a game-high 32 points, making six of 12 three-point shots, and had seven rebounds for the Pirates (9-2). Kim Schielke had 17 points, five rebounds and three assists for San Diego Mesa (9-3). In the L.A.
November 22, 1997
Vedda Desatoff scored on a header in the 71st minute as Cypress earned a berth in the state tournament by beating Ventura, 1-0, in a Southern California women's soccer playoff game Friday at Cal State Fullerton. It was the second playoff goal for Desatoff, who scored off Cami Askey's corner kick. Desatoff, the Orange Empire Conference player of the year, scored when Cypress beat Santa Barbara, 1-0, in the first round Tuesday.
December 19, 1996
Angie Baca scored 24 points and Michelle deBruijn had 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead Fullerton to an 82-63 victory over Mt. San Antonio in a nonconference women's basketball game Wednesday at Fullerton. The Hornets (5-5) closed out the first half with a 17-4 run that was capped by Lauren Murphy's three-pointer. Murphy scored 12 points for Fullerton and Nadia Hoerner, playing in her first game after leading the Hornets' volleyball team to the state finals, had eight points and 10 rebounds.
April 21, 1998
All-Mission Conference linebacker Tony Magliocco of Santa Ana has accepted a scholarship to Eastern Illinois. The 6-foot, 220-pound Servite graduate led the Dons in tackles last season. Kevin Cole (Villa Park), a 6-2, 262-pound offensive lineman will play at Western Washington. Dan DeClark (6-2, 260), also an offensive lineman, will attend Western New Mexico State.
March 30, 1996
Players have been selected for the North and South teams of the Costa Mesa Kiwanis Club's all-star basketball game, which will be April 20 at Orange Coast College. Players were selected by respective coaching staffs. There was a two-player limit from each school, and only seniors were eligible. The teams: Boys, North--Jacy Armbruster (Katella), Chad Boberg (Cypress), William Byrd (Canyon), Lance Day (Servite), Josh Greer (Esperanza), Jon Heredia (Brea Olinda), A.D.
January 24, 1998
In other Orange Empire Conference men's games: Saddleback 64, Cypress 60--Marshall Freeman scored 17 points and had 14 rebounds as Saddleback held off a late Cypress charge. Vernon Jackson scored 12 points and had six rebounds for Saddleback (12-9, 4-2). A.D. Lamoureux scored 14 points and 13 rebounds for Cypress (11-12, 2-4). Frankie Floyd had 11 points for the Chargers.