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SPORTS
January 27, 1998
Santa Clara High jumped out to a 14-point lead after one quarter and held on for a 60-51 victory over Nordhoff in a Frontier League game Monday night at Santa Clara. B.J. Ward scored 18 points and Ryan McGill added 12 points and 11 rebounds for the Saints (8-9, 2-3 in league play). Andy Flores came off the bench for 18 points to lead the Rangers (1-4 in league play). Nordhoff's 7-foot center Chris Christofferson, was held to seven points.
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SPORTS
April 1, 1999 | From Staff Reports
Omelogo Udeze of Harvard-Westlake High has been selected Southern Section Division III girls' basketball player of the year, and Nick Jones and B.J. Ward of Santa Clara were selected Division V boys' co-players of the year. Udeze, The Times' Valley player of the year, led Harvard-Westlake to the state Division III final. Jones and Ward paced the Saints to the Division V state title.
SPORTS
March 6, 1998 | LAUREN PETERSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
If not for the road being so well-traveled, the Santa Clara High boys' basketball team might not have found the way. As it is, the Saints have taken the scenic route, running into every twist, turn and bump en route to the Southern Section Division V-AA championship game against Pacific Hills at 6 tonight at UC Irvine's Bren Events Center.
SPORTS
March 5, 1999 | MIKE BRESNAHAN, From Staff Reports
In a matchup almost identical to two years ago, Santa Clara will face undefeated Pasadena Poly in the Southern Section Division V-AA championship today. Pasadena Poly (27-0) had the same record when the teams met in the 1997 championship, won by Santa Clara, 76-70. To win this time, Pasadena Poly must stop Nick Jones and B.J. Ward of Santa Clara (25-3). "If I knew how to do that, I'd be a popular guy," Panther Coach Brad Hall said.
SPORTS
November 12, 1998 | ERIC SONDHEIMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sending a message that Cal State Northridge's baseball program is back on solid ground, Coach Mike Batesole is expected to sign seven high school players to letters of intent this week, a dramatic reversal from last November when uncertainty in the program's future resulted in no signings. Among the recruits is Ivan Hernandez, an All-City pitcher from Sylmar High. He committed to Northridge on Wednesday, the first day of the signing period, and plans to sign on Friday.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 16, 1999
Music Closing the 78th Hollywood Bowl summer season, John Mauceri and his Hollywood Bowl Orchestra put on their "Party of the Century" to celebrate the millennium. Guest stars appearing with the orchestra will include Alan Cumming, performing excerpts from "Cabaret"; veteran movie dancer Ann Miller; Welsh vocal prodigy Charlotte Church; and comedian Lea DeLaria. This celebration will go on for three nights, Friday and Saturday at 8:30 p.m. and Sunday at 7:30 p.m., $3 to $100. (323) 850-2000.
SPORTS
March 7, 1998
SOUTHERN SECTION In Division V-AA boys' basketball: Pacific Hills 82, Santa Clara 76--Santa Clara High battled back from an 11-point third-quarter deficit to force overtime, but like many of their shots from the free-throw line, the Saints fell short at the Bren Center. "One game we make 'em, and the next one we don't. It's really frustrating," said Santa Clara center Ryan McGill, who missed two free throws with 47.5 seconds left and the Saints trailing, 67-65. Even B.J.
SPORTS
January 4, 1997 | TRIS WYKES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Randy Gastwirt? He's a known commodity. Josh Rattray? He wasn't before the season but he is now. Gastwirt, a senior guard for Oak Park High's basketball team, entered Friday night's game against Santa Clara averaging more than 20 points. The Saints held him to 12 but gave up 24 to his backcourt mate Rattray and were upset, 53-51. "We did a hell of a job stopping [Gastwirt]," Santa Clara Coach Lou Cvijanovich said. "But [Rattray] got his licks in. That's someone we didn't know about."
ENTERTAINMENT
October 8, 1988 | RAY LOYND
It's salutary to find a musical revue that disdains youth and casts people who appear fortysomething and fiftysomething. And it's a pleasure to find them sexy, as in style, irony, wit, looks. "Coming of Age," which continues through Oct. 16 at the West Coast Theatre Ensemble, is a prickly bouquet with a promising future as cabaret theater: It would be apt to take in this trenchant sophistication at a club with a libation in hand.
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