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January 16, 1992 | JOHN WEYLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some players carry their teams to victory at least once a week. A game-winning shot is just another drop in the basket. For others, the highlights don't come as often and that makes those moments especially sweet. Feb. 4, 1989: In the final second of the first half against Nevada Las Vegas, freshman point guard Brett Pagett sinks a three-pointer--he was well beyond the stripe--but officials rule it a two-point shot. It turns out to be just enough for UC Irvine.
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January 16, 1992 | JOHN WEYLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some players carry their teams to victory at least once a week. A game-winning shot is just another drop in the basket. For others, the highlights don't come as often and that makes those moments especially sweet. Feb. 4, 1989: In the final second of the first half against Nevada Las Vegas, freshman point guard Brett Pagett sinks a three-pointer--he was well beyond the stripe--but officials rule it a two-point shot. It turns out to be just enough for UC Irvine.
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March 11, 1988
Center Dre Lamoureux and point guard Brett Pagett, both of Los Alamitos High School, were named co-most valuable players of the Empire League in a vote by the league's boys' basketball coaches. Lamoureux averaged 21 points and 13.5 rebounds a game and Pagett averaged 7.8 assists in helping Los Alamitos to the league championship and a 21-7 record. Los Alamitos Coach Steve Brooks was named the league's coach of the year.
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December 6, 1990
In nonleague men's basketball: Rancho Santiago 110, Chaffey 86--Corie Blount and Brett Pagett each scored 24 points and Erik Martin scored 21 to lead visiting Rancho Santiago (9-1). In nonconference women's basketball: El Camino 69, Orange Coast 64--Cindy Lyons scored 22 points, and Monica Wood had 19 points and nine rebounds for El Camino at Orange Coast. Forward Erika Manning had 24 points for OCC.
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January 8, 1990 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Guard Brett Pagett reportedly has left the UC Irvine basketball team to enroll at Rancho Santiago College, where his father, Dana, is the coach. Coach Bill Mulligan said, "It's up to him." Pagett, a sophomore from Los Alamitos High School, averaged 0.4 points a game last season, but has been sidelined by a foot injury. Mike Labat, a senior swingman, also might leave the team, Mulligan said. A reserve, Labat had the flu over Christmas vacation and did not practice with the team.
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April 26, 1988
Magnolia High School forward Mike Goff, who was the county's leading scorer and rebounder this season, heads the list of selections for the North team in the 23rd Orange County All-Star basketball game June 25 in UC Irvine's Bren Center. Goff averaged 28.2 points and 16.7 rebounds and set six school records for Magnolia. The North team will be coached by John Mayberry of Kennedy.
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December 14, 1990
Brett Pagett set a single-game record for Rancho Santiago College with seven three-pointers in a 99-75 victory over Moorpark in the semifinals of the Pasadena Tournament Thursday. Pagett was seven of nine from three-point range and nine of 11 overall. He surpassed the record of six, which was set by Kenny Ammann (1988) and Gene Altamirano, who did it twice last season. Pagett also had six assists.
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July 18, 1987
Charles Lockard scored 16 points and Jim Waikle added 14 Friday night to lead Capistrano Valley High School's basketball team to a 55-46 victory over Woodbridge in the first round of the Servite Classic Summer Basketball Tournament at Servite High. Capistrano Valley advances to today's second round against Marina at 7:30 p.m. Adam Keefe scored a game-high 28 points for Woodbridge, which will play Long Beach Poly in today's consolation round.
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February 6, 1988
Guard Brett Pagett scored 23 points and center Dre Lamoureux added 19 to lead Los Alamitos High School to a 67-58 Empire League victory over Loara Friday at Loara. The victory, coupled with Esperanza's loss to Cypress, clinched the league championship for Los Alamitos (17-6, 8-0). Loara held a 13-5 lead after the first quarter. But Los Alamitos outscored Loara, 49-32, in the second and third quarter. Monttes Whitlock scored 21 points to lead Loara (4-5, 0-8).
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March 10, 1991 | STEVE KRESAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rancho Santiago withstood a late Long Beach City College rally to win its second consecutive men's state title Saturday, 73-70, before 3,533 at the Bren Events Center at UC Irvine. Rancho Santiago had a 13-point lead with 16:25 to play, but Long Beach's defense finally started to slow Rancho Santiago. Long Beach kept getting closer and Terry Nelson had a rebound dunk to cut the lead to 73-70 with seven seconds left. Rancho Santiago let the clock run down to five seconds before calling time out.
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