February 4, 2014 |
The Agoura baseball underclassmen have been making a positive impression among college recruiters. Among the players who have committed in recent months include junior shortstop Bryce Fehmel (Oregon State), junior third baseman Joe Czarske (Arizona), junior catcher Ryan Fineman (Notre Dame), freshman outfielder Jonny DeLuca (Oregon) and sophomore infielder Ben Baird (Washington). Eric.firstname.lastname@example.org
May 6, 2000
Joe Riccio, athletic director at Santa Paula High for the last 10 years, has been hired as boys' basketball coach at Agoura. Riccio, 46, replaces Bill Sanchez, who resigned in March, saying he was frustrated with a lack of administrative support for the program. Riccio hasn't coached in high school since guiding the Santa Paula girls' team to an 86-58 record from 1989-95, but Agoura Assistant Principal John Reece wasn't concerned about that. "We have faith in him," Reece said.
July 3, 1998
Tyler Stauffer pitched a no-hitter with nine strikeouts and four walks Thursday and Agoura routed Kingman, Ariz., 14-0, in the Camarillo tournament. Stauffer, a junior right-hander, allowed only one ball to be hit out of the infield at Camarillo High. Brian Jacobsen of Agoura had two hits and four runs batted in and Nick Hillman had three hits and four RBIs.
September 12, 1987 |
Agoura High Coach Frank Greminger was sure his team would have to pass the ball to beat Newbury Park on Friday night, which meant he needed a big game from quarterback Scott Heflin. But, when Heflin injured the thumb on his throwing hand, Greminger turned in desperation to his defense. "I just didn't know what we were going to do," he said.
October 30, 1987 |
Bryan Dameworth and Deena Drossin led Agoura to an impressive win in the Frontier League cross-country finals Thursday at Paramount Ranch in Agoura. Dameworth, who placed third in last year's Southern Section 2-A championships as a freshman, won his second consecutive league title, running the three-mile course in 15 minutes, 18 seconds. Teammates Peter Oviatt (16:16) and Derek Kite (16:09) placed second and third as Agoura scored 19 points.
October 4, 1987 |
Palos Verdes High won the boys and girls team titles as expected, but Agoura made a strong showing at the Kenny Staub Cross-Country Invitational on Saturday morning at Crescenta Valley Park. The Chargers, led by sophomore Bryan Dameworth and freshman Deena Drosin, placed fourth in the boys Division I standings and second in the girls division. In winning their respective races, Dameworth covered the three-mile course in 15 minutes, 29 seconds and Drosin clocked 17:47. Palos Verdes, the No.