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October 22, 1992 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It would have been all too easy to portray Allen Carter as an underachiever, maybe even a failure. Had those chest pains--the ones that made him fall to his knees three years ago--been the real thing, Carter might have been considered just that. A one-time football star who had never fully realized that wealth of potential. Another former jock struggling with post-football trauma.
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October 22, 1992 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It would have been all too easy to portray Allen Carter as an underachiever, maybe even a failure. Had those chest pains--the ones that made him fall to his knees three years ago--been the real thing, Carter might have been considered just that. A one-time football star who had never fully realized that wealth of potential. Another former jock struggling with post-football trauma.
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November 5, 1992 | CHRIS FOSTER
Frightening Irish: Allen Carter, assistant coach at Anaheim High School, is not a Notre Dame fan. As a graduate of USC, where he played football, that's understandable. But how much does he dislike the Fighting Irish? Well, Anaheim was playing Kennedy, also nicknamed the Fighting Irish, during a nonleague game. Before the game, the Kennedy band played the Notre Dame fight song. "I looked over at Allen and he had his hands over his ears," Colonist Coach Todd Borowski said.
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November 22, 2010 | By Lance Pugmire
This is the week the " Notre Dame Killer" comes to life. Anthony Davis, on a late fall Saturday 38 years ago, led USC to a rout over the Fighting Irish with six touchdowns. Two years later, after the Irish took a 24-0 lead late in the first half, he ran for four more touchdowns in what became known as "The Comeback. " Davis is 58 now, but his achievements are never far from his thoughts. "Obviously, I'm someone of interest . . . I'm a name," says Davis, who now works as a part-time security guard and lives in his mother's Sylmar apartment.
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July 21, 1996
David Bohannon of Garden Grove beat Ken Robinson of San Carlos, 2-6, 6-1, 6-0, in the semifinals of the USTA 50-55 hardcourt championships Saturday at the Lindborg Racquet Club. Bohannon will meet Dick Johnson of Ballwin, Mo., in the men's 50 singles championship match, which will follow the 55 singles final at 10 a.m. The 55 final will match Len Saputo of Walnut Creek and Allen Carter of Dallas.
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December 3, 1993
An alleged South-Central Los Angeles gang member wanted for killing a 14-year-old bystander in a drive-by shooting in October surrendered to police Thursday. Wendell Allen Carter, 25, who faces a murder charge and two counts of attempted murder, walked into the Southwest Division station about 1 p.m. after a noontime television newscast showed his picture. He was being held in lieu of $1-million bail.
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July 22, 1996
Bob Duesler of Newport Beach and Henry Leichtfried of Irvine won their division at the USTA 50-55 hardcourt championships Sunday at the Lindborg Racquet Club. The pair won the 55 doubles final, 6-4, 6-2, over Geof Grant of Sausalito and Gordon Smith of Greenbrae. Dick Johnson of Ballwin, Mo., beat David Bohannon of Garden Grove, 7-5, 6-1, in the 50 singles final. Allen Carter of Dallas beat Len Saputo of Walnut Creek, 6-2, 6-3, in the 55 singles final.
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April 4, 2000 | PAUL McLEOD
Ben Haley, who spent the last six seasons at Santiago High, said his appointment Monday as football coach at Anaheim High is a dream come true. Haley, a 1974 Anaheim graduate, inherits a team that has won just one of its last 29 games. He replaces Allen Carter, who resigned after going 15-45-1 in six years. "I'm looking forward to it," Haley said. "I know they've had a tough time in the last few years. But I'm going to a place where I will have a lot of control over what I have to do.
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September 7, 2001 | JILL LEOVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two dozen suspected gang members were arrested early Thursday as authorities conducted raids in Lynwood and Compton in an attempt to break up a sophisticated cocaine distribution network. Most of the suspects were arrested quickly and without incident, authorities said. But one suspect, 24-year-old Roberto Suarez, held off sheriff's deputies for more than five hours as he refused to come out of a home in Lynwood.
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September 24, 1994 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The clock ticked down to zero and Terry Henigan turned to his team and yelled. "Go over and congratulate them," he said. "They kicked our butts." Nice to see Henigan doesn't watch a game through rose-colored glasses. Anaheim did exactly what Henigan said. The Colonists, who have a one-man attack in Reuben Droughns, knew exactly how to use him in their 20-7 upset of third-ranked Irvine. Droughns right. Droughns left. Droughns right up the middle.
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