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June 1, 1991 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Adrian Brown got a good look at Isaac Carson during the CIF State track and field preliminaries Friday and pronounced him fast but beatable. "Let me tell you, that boy is quick," said Brown, a senior 110-meter high hurdler from Huntington Beach High School. "That homeboy is fast. Some kind of turbos kicked in." Carson, a senior from Daly City Jefferson, bolted away from Brown for a comfortable victory in their heat. Carson's time of 13.
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June 1, 1991 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Adrian Brown got a good look at Isaac Carson during the CIF State track and field preliminaries Friday and pronounced him fast but beatable. "Let me tell you, that boy is quick," said Brown, a senior 110-meter high hurdler from Huntington Beach High School. "That homeboy is fast. Some kind of turbos kicked in." Carson, a senior from Daly City Jefferson, bolted away from Brown for a comfortable victory in their heat. Carson's time of 13.
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April 7, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As he speaks, his toes tap and his hands wave. He crosses and uncrosses his legs. He bounces and squirms. He has nearly chews to bits the cap on his felt-tip pen. Approaching the biggest race of his young life, it's fairly apparent that Adrian Brown, Orange County's top prep high hurdler, is feeling the pressure. The Arcadia Invitational, perhaps the most prestigious in-season high school track and field meet in the nation, can do that to people.
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April 7, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As he speaks, his toes tap and his hands wave. He crosses and uncrosses his legs. He bounces and squirms. He has nearly chews to bits the cap on his felt-tip pen. Approaching the biggest race of his young life, it's fairly apparent that Adrian Brown, Orange County's top prep high hurdler, is feeling the pressure. The Arcadia Invitational, perhaps the most prestigious in-season high school track and field meet in the nation, can do that to people.
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February 6, 1999 | ROBYN NORWOOD
In an unprecedented move, the NCAA on Friday overturned a postseason ban, giving Louisville's basketball team a chance to play in a March tournament this season. An NCAA appeals committee cited "procedural error" in the case of NCAA violations by former Louisville assistant coach Scooter McCray. The committee said Louisville and McCray had not been adequately warned about the seriousness of the violations, and that may have altered their defense before the NCAA.
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September 12, 1994
Mater Dei Coach: Rick Martinez (third year). 1993: Third in the South Coast League; eighth at the Orange County Championships. Key returners: Daniel Gonzalez, Sr.; Dan Kozak, Sr.; Chris Lore, Sr.; Bobby Miske, So.; Brian Mitzel, Sr.; Matt Wickersham, Jr. Key newcomers: Adrian Brown, So.; Evan Wride, So.; Michael Zepeda, So. Outlook: In only his third year on the job, Martinez, a Mater Dei alumnus, has the Monarchs near the top of the county's cross-country scene.
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April 3, 1993
Orange Coast's Nicole Shammas scored on Carly Girton's throwing error in the bottom of the eighth to give the Pirates a 3-2 victory over Saddleback in an Orange Empire Conference softball game Friday at OCC. Kathy Shortall pitched a complete game to earn the victory for OCC (15-8, 9-3 in conference). Saddleback is 18-9, 5-7. In other Orange Empire Conference games: Fullerton 3, Irvine Valley 0--Alicia Robles pitched a two-hitter for host Fullerton (18-7-1, 8-4). Irvine Valley is 4-18, 1-11.
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March 17, 1993
College: Saddleback Sport: Golf Class: Freshman Richardson's success this season has been a case of coming in from the cold. Richardson, a graduate of Dana Hills High School, started the fall at Minnesota but left at the semester break. Back in Southern California, he had helped Saddleback dominate the competition.
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December 14, 1997 | Associated Press
Billy Holmes rushed for three scores and a Division II title-game record 195 yards as Northern Colorado (13-2) won its second consecutive championship, 51-0, over New Haven (12-2) at Florence, Ala. It was the biggest blowout in the history of the Division II title game. . . . In the Division III championship, Bill Borchert threw for 411 yards and six touchdowns as Mount Union defeated Lycoming, 61-12, at Salem, Va., to win its second consecutive Stagg Bowl.
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March 30, 1990
Top teams: Esperanza, San Clemente, Saddleback. Top sprinters: Erik Mitchell (Los Alamitos), Roshawn Sims (Esperanza), Tim Martin (San Clemente). Top hurdlers: Adrian Brown (Huntington Beach), David Fair (El Toro), Damon Richardson (Esperanza). Top distance runners: Mark Gonzales, Tim Mahon (La Habra); Daniel Niednagel (Dana Hills); Mike Farrell (San Clemente); Robby Price, Eddie Salinas (Saddleback); Alan Grant, Brian McCaffery (Marina); Mike Terry (El Modena); Linh Le (Los Amigos).
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July 27, 1992 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Critic Clinton: A New York Times ad for the play "My Secret Garden" contains an eye-catching blurb from a recent theatergoer: " 'Simply Magical!'--Hillary Clinton." A spokesman for the show, Adrian Bryan-Brown, said Clinton and her daughter, Chelsea (along with Tipper Gore and her three daughters), caught a matinee during the Democratic convention in New York. Clinton gave her review during a backstage chat with the cast.
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