Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsAllison Stokke
IN THE NEWS

Allison Stokke

FEATURED ARTICLES
SPORTS
June 2, 2007 | Diane Pucin, Times Staff Writer
When she competes, Allison Stokke's entire focus is the path in front of her, a narrow stretch of crushed rock leading to a bar balancing between stanchions that soar toward the sky. And when she dashes down that runway, her hands grasping a 13-foot pole that will propel her, head over heels, she doesn't even notice the explosion of flashes from hundreds of cameras focused on her.
ARTICLES BY DATE
SPORTS
June 2, 2007 | Diane Pucin, Times Staff Writer
When she competes, Allison Stokke's entire focus is the path in front of her, a narrow stretch of crushed rock leading to a bar balancing between stanchions that soar toward the sky. And when she dashes down that runway, her hands grasping a 13-foot pole that will propel her, head over heels, she doesn't even notice the explosion of flashes from hundreds of cameras focused on her.
Advertisement
SPORTS
March 27, 2005
BASEBALL * Jacob Turner and Jacob Meskin, Palos Verdes: Turner threw a six-hitter, striking out two and walking one, and Meskin hit two doubles and drove in a run, and the Sea Kings recorded a 3-2 victory over Los Angeles Loyola, ranked No. 20 by The Times, in a pool-play game of the Redondo tournament.
SPORTS
May 18, 2005 | Lauren Peterson, Dan Arritt, From Times Staff Reports
Junior Darby Anderson of Santa Margarita and seniors Kami Craig of Santa Barbara and Lauren Silver of Long Beach Wilson have been invited to join six returning U.S. Olympians and a host of college players from Southland universities on a 34-player U.S. women's senior national water polo team roster selected by new U.S. women's Coach Bill Barnett. Barnett, who has coached at Newport Harbor High since 1966 and headed the U.S.
SPORTS
June 30, 2004 | Bob Rohwer;Martin Henderson;Eric Sondheimer;Lauren Peterson
Gayle Hunter, one of the top multi-event athletes in the nation, won the women's heptathlon last weekend at the USA Junior outdoor track and field championship at Texas A&M in College Station. Hunter, a graduate of Riverside North High who has signed with Penn State, finished with 3,231 points on Saturday, ahead of the 3,156 recorded by runner-up Hillary Werth, a sister of Dodger outfielder Jayson Werth who will be a senior this fall at Chatham (Ill.) Glenwood High.
SPORTS
June 17, 2004
The athlete of the year swept the state titles in the sprints during a surprisingly strong senior season. *--* FIRST TEAM Jasmine Baldwin, Bishop Amat Sr. 100, 200 *--* *--* Jasmine Lee, Long Beach Poly Sr. 400 *--* The USC signee won her second consecutive state title in a season-best 52.93 seconds after winning the Southern Section Division I final and Masters Meet for the second year in a row. *--* Alysia Johnson, Canyon Country Canyon Sr.
SPORTS
April 8, 2005 | Eric Sondheimer
It's hard to believe that a 17-year-old junior, Jamere Holland, is on the verge of erasing Olympic gold medalist Quincy Watts from the record book in the 100 meters at his alma mater, Woodland Hills Taft. Holland is emerging as the fastest sprinter in the City Section since Watts ran his school-record time of 10.36 seconds in 1987. Two weeks ago at the Pasadena Games, Holland ran a career-best 10.40 in his first 100-meter race of the season. "I surprised myself," he said.
SPORTS
June 28, 2005 | Eric Sondheimer, Times Staff Writer
If Ebony Collins were on a stage, fans would be tossing her roses and begging for an encore. What the sophomore sprinter from Long Beach Wilson accomplished this month at the state track and field championships in Sacramento will be long remembered as one of the best individual performances by a female athlete in state history. She won four gold medals and ran national bests in three events. Her winning time of 40.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|