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March 23, 2003 | Martin Henderson, Times Staff Writer
The crowning moment of Noelle Quinn's high school career couldn't have been more pronounced. With two starters on the bench in early foul trouble, Quinn's legacy rode on her ability to be herself. The UCLA-bound guard was vintage Noelle as she finished with 27 points, 15 rebounds and six assists to lift Torrance Bishop Montgomery to a 49-43 victory over San Francisco Sacred Heart Cathedral in the state Division III girls' basketball championship game on Saturday at Arco Arena.
September 25, 1986 | ALAN DROOZ
South High (1-1) has been giving up points faster than expected--44 in two games--but got its offense going last week, scoring 34 points against Mira Costa. Bishop Montgomery (1-1) shut out Mary Star, 27-0, but was whipped by Huntington Beach, 36-19. An interesting game-within-a-game will be Bishop Montgomery's elusive quarterback, Niu Sale, looking for running room against South's big linemen. Running back Steve Kuzawa is the big man in the South attack. 7:30 p.m.
December 4, 2002 | Lauren Peterson, Paul McLeod, Mike Bresnahan, From staff reports
Senior middle blocker Noelle Quinn had 18 kills and 14 blocks to lead Torrance Bishop Montgomery to a 15-9, 15-13, 10-15, 16-14 victory over North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake in the Southern California Division III girls' volleyball regional final Tuesday at Bishop Montgomery. Quinn and another middle blocker, Nicole Read, who had 16 kills, nine blocks and 12 digs, sparked comebacks by Bishop Montgomery in each game and kept the match from going five games.
The Angelus League won't have Bishop Montgomery High to kick around anymore. That's one of many repercussions resulting from the realignment of the South Bay's CIF-Southern Section athletic leagues. The changes take effect this fall. The shuffling significantly alters the outlook for the 1990 football season for several local teams. But nowhere will the alterations mean more than at Bishop Montgomery.
January 19, 1992 | ROB FERNAS
Steve Carroll has resigned as football coach at Bishop Montgomery High and will step down as athletic director at the end of the school year to pursue other teaching and coaching opportunities, he said Friday. "I've had some opportunities arise that, financially, would put me in a little better shape," he said. "Rather than wait three or four months to see if those opportunities become a reality, I've decided to resign so the school can get busy about hiring another football coach."
January 27, 1989 | ROB FERNAS, Times Staff Writer
Bishop Montgomery High School on Thursday announced the resignation of football Coach Andy Szabatura and is expected to name Athletic Director Steve Carroll as his successor. Carroll, defensive coordinator last season, would not confirm the report, but sources said that Carroll is earmarked for the head coaching job. Brother Tom Fahey, the principal, hopes to make an announcement by Monday.
January 7, 1990
Bishop Montgomery High's basketball team snapped a 38-game Angelus League losing streak Friday night by beating highly ranked Bishop Amat, 69-53, in a league opener at Bishop Amat. "I wasn't aware we had lost that many in a row until somebody told me," said first-year Coach Doug Mitchell, whose team improved to 10-3 overall with its fourth straight win. "This gets the monkey off our back."
December 31, 1991 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ
Pushing its up-tempo offense to full speed, Bishop Montgomery defeated Marina, 63-51, in the championship game of the Marina girls' basketball tournament Monday night. The Knights (9-1) outscored and outhustled Marina (11-2), the third-ranked team in Orange County, turning a 15-15 tie after a quarter and 28-22 game at the half into a rout. Bishop Montgomery led by as many as 20 (49-29) early in the fourth quarter before the Vikings rallied to make the final score somewhat respectable.
November 25, 1993
Torrance High and Bishop Montgomery will play quarterfinal-round matches at 7 p.m. Saturday in the girls' state volleyball championships. Third-seeded Torrance (20-3), the Southern Section Division III champion, will travel to play second-seeded Bakersfield Highland (24-4) in a Division II match. Top-seeded Bishop Montgomery (17-4) will play host to Exeter (31-2) of the Central Section in a Division III match.
The desire to play another basketball game translated into victory for the Bishop Montgomery High girls' team Thursday night. The seventh-seeded Knights upset second-seeded Gahr, 60-52, and will play Alemany, a 68-42 winner over Carlsbad, for the Southern California Regional Division II title at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Cal State Dominguez Hills. Three players scored in double figures and the Knights outrebounded Gahr, 36-24. But Bishop Montgomery was driven by a simple desire.
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