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October 29, 1992 | MIKE REILLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
All Brian Diaz could do was stand on the sideline and watch Valencia High's 43-6 Orange League football victory over Anaheim last season. He wanted to do more, but he couldn't. Diaz, a senior fullback, sat out his junior year because of blood clots in his right calf, a frustrating experience for him and the 2-8 Colonists. "I couldn't handle watching on the sidelines," Diaz said. "I had been playing football since I was 9, and here I was watching. I was helpless."
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October 29, 1992 | MIKE REILLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
All Brian Diaz could do was stand on the sideline and watch Valencia High's 43-6 Orange League football victory over Anaheim last season. He wanted to do more, but he couldn't. Diaz, a senior fullback, sat out his junior year because of blood clots in his right calf, a frustrating experience for him and the 2-8 Colonists. "I couldn't handle watching on the sidelines," Diaz said. "I had been playing football since I was 9, and here I was watching. I was helpless."
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November 21, 1992
Fullback Brian Diaz rushed for 157 yards and one touchdown in 30 carries to lead Anaheim to a 28-0 victory over Walnut. UP NEXT Defending champion Valencia next takes on top-seeded and unbeaten Covina Charter Oak.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 17, 2000 | Deepa Bharath, (714) 520-2513
The Docent Guild of the Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace has announced the recipients of $250 scholarships awarded this year for outstanding academic performance and extracurricular achievement.
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May 23, 2009 | Times Wire Reports
Liberty University has banned its fledgling College Democrats club, saying the group stands against the conservative Christian school's moral principles. Club President Brian Diaz said he was notified by e-mail last week that the club was being banned by the private Lynchburg university, founded by the late Rev. Jerry Falwell. Mark Hine, vice president for student affairs, said in the e-mail that the Democratic Party violates the school's principles by supporting abortion, socialism and the agenda of lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people.
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November 21, 1992 | RUSS BANKS
The outfit didn't match the occasion. It looked as if Anaheim running back Che Garcia--decked out in street clothes--was going to a dance. Garcia, sidelined with a broken collarbone, probably would have liked to show some of his steps on the football field, but instead was a bystander as the Colonists (9-2) shut out Walnut, 28-0, Friday night at Anaheim High in the opening round of the Division VI playoffs. Anaheim will play Duarte (10-0), a 38-0 winner over Covina Northview, next Friday.
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November 10, 1990 | DALE RUHE
Valencia High School clinched second place in the Orange League with a 49-24 victory over Anaheim Friday at Glover Stadium. Valencia (8-2, 4-1 in league) got three touchdowns from running back Willie Barnes, and Ryan Roskelly ran for an 84-yard touchdown and returned an onside kick 51 yards for another touchdown, both in the fourth quarter. The Tigers had 314 yards in total offense and cruised to the victory despite running less than half as many plays as Anaheim, 83-40.
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October 9, 1992 | HEATHER STEVENS
Running back Che Garcia scored two touchdowns, one on a 99-yard kickoff return to open the second half, as Anaheim defeated Buena Park, 31-14, Thursday in nonleague football at Glover Stadium. Garcia carried 12 times for 59 yards and scored the game's first touchdown with 9 minutes 23 seconds left in the first quarter. The touchdown was set up when Anaheim's Jake Walker intercepted a pass by Buena Park quarterback Alan Buckley and returned it 20 yards to the Buena Park 24.
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September 2, 1993
Anaheim 1992 RECORDS: OVERALL: 9-3 LEAGUE: 4-1 COACH: RECORD AT SCHOOL Todd Borowski: 9-3 RETURNING STARTERS: OFF: 5 DEF: 5 TOP RETURNERS OFF DEF YR Charles Armijo, 6-0, 300 OL DL Jr. Jaime Carlos, 5-11, 180 5QB -- Sr. Juaquin Chavez, 5-8, 180 -- DL Sr. Javier Gomez, 6-1, 215 -- LB Sr. Julio Herrera, 5-6, 160 RB -- Sr. Steve Howard, 6-4, 235 OL DL Sr. Steve Lopez, 6-3, 248 TE LB Sr. Damion Marquez, 6-2, 210 OL DL Sr. Roy Navarrette, 6-1, 250 OL -- Sr. Jaime Nunez, 5-10, 165 RB DB Sr.
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September 19, 1992 | RUSS BANKS
Loara, trying to recover from the 46-6 shelling it took last week from Western, was faced Friday night at Glover Stadium with the task of stopping Anaheim, a team which routed Fullerton, 37-0, in its opener. It was Anaheim who struggled, however, mostly because of the defensive play of Loara's John Hernandez and the running of Denison Dawson. But Anaheim eventually wore the Saxons down, winning, 21-3.
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