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September 21, 2000 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
Three starting football players at Valencia High walked out of practice Monday and are not expected to play Friday night against Oxnard. Their status with the team is unresolved, according to Coach Brian Stiman. "There's some personal problems going on with these young men that has nothing to do with football," Stiman said. "Football is very demanding and it's made it very difficult to deal with." Stiman said Wednesday he is working with the administration to resolve the situation.
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September 14, 2004 | Pete Thomas, Times Staff Writer
When the UCLA Bruins opened the season 10 days ago against Oklahoma State, it took only two carries for Manuel White Jr. to prove there were no aftereffects from a freak shoulder injury that made him sit out the final five games last season. On his first carry against the Cowboys, he sprinted around the left end for nine yards. On the second, after a collision with defenders at the line of scrimmage, he ran for eight yards with several of them clinging to his waist and shoulders.
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October 1, 1999 | PAIGE A. LEECH
There is a method to the madness of Valencia Coach Brian Stiman: Play tougher teams early, play tougher in the playoffs. Last year the Vikings played Silverado, Serra and Chaminade in the second through fourth games, going 1-2. This season those three were replaced by Peninsula, Oxnard and Chatsworth. "We scheduled Peninsula and Chatsworth for obvious reasons," Stiman said.
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September 23, 2002
Several streaks came to conclusions over the weekend. Ventura St. Bonaventure had its 43-game winning streak ended by Newhall Hart, 31-6. La Quinta had its 27-game unbeaten streak ended in a 16-0 loss to Murrieta Valley. Brea Olinda had its 14-game winning streak ended by Los Alamitos, 56-10. And then there was Malibu's streak. The Sharks had lost 13 in a row, but ended their frustration with a 43-0 victory over Los Angeles Ribet Academy.
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June 15, 1995 | ROB FERNAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Brian Stiman, football coach at Valencia High, has been reprimanded by his principal after holding an illegal meeting with eighth-graders and their parents. Stiman's team played a junior varsity schedule last fall in the school's first year of existence and will begin play at the varsity level in September. Valencia Principal Paul Priesz would not reveal terms of the punishment, but said Stiman was "dealt with accordingly."
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September 14, 2004 | Pete Thomas, Times Staff Writer
When the UCLA Bruins opened the season 10 days ago against Oklahoma State, it took only two carries for Manuel White Jr. to prove there were no aftereffects from a freak shoulder injury that made him sit out the final five games last season. On his first carry against the Cowboys, he sprinted around the left end for nine yards. On the second, after a collision with defenders at the line of scrimmage, he ran for eight yards with several of them clinging to his waist and shoulders.
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March 25, 1994 | DANA HADDAD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Brian Stiman and Larry Mohr, fellow assistants at Canyon High last year, likely will be rival head football coaches in the Santa Clarita Valley by the fall of 1995. Principal Paul Priesz of Valencia High said Thursday he will recommend Stiman to the William S. Hart Union High School District board of trustees, who are expected to approve his hiring on April 6. Canyon announced the hiring of Mohr as expected after he was approved by school trustees Wednesday night.
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September 23, 2002
Several streaks came to conclusions over the weekend. Ventura St. Bonaventure had its 43-game winning streak ended by Newhall Hart, 31-6. La Quinta had its 27-game unbeaten streak ended in a 16-0 loss to Murrieta Valley. Brea Olinda had its 14-game winning streak ended by Los Alamitos, 56-10. And then there was Malibu's streak. The Sharks had lost 13 in a row, but ended their frustration with a 43-0 victory over Los Angeles Ribet Academy.
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May 1, 1999 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
Linebacker Ray Cassaday, an All-Valley selection by The Times as a junior last season, has committed to UCLA for the year 2000. Cassaday, who's 16 and growing, ranks among the top defensive players in the Foothill League. The 6-foot-2, 235-pounder also plays fullback. "I think I'm a physical football player," he said. Cassaday is the second player from the Santa Clarita Valley to make an early commitment to the Bruins, following Hart fullback Patrick Norton.
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December 10, 1999 | PAIGE A. LEECH
With the Southern Section Division III final on Saturday, coaches are scrambling to find bulletin-board material to motivate their players. Coaches Mike Herrington of Hart and Brian Stiman of Valencia are waging a dirty battle of exchanging compliments. "This week Brian Stiman is telling all the newspapers--and they're listening--that Hart is one of the top teams in the state and that they might even be the best team in the state," Herrington said.
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September 21, 2000 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
Three starting football players at Valencia High walked out of practice Monday and are not expected to play Friday night against Oxnard. Their status with the team is unresolved, according to Coach Brian Stiman. "There's some personal problems going on with these young men that has nothing to do with football," Stiman said. "Football is very demanding and it's made it very difficult to deal with." Stiman said Wednesday he is working with the administration to resolve the situation.
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October 1, 1999 | PAIGE A. LEECH
There is a method to the madness of Valencia Coach Brian Stiman: Play tougher teams early, play tougher in the playoffs. Last year the Vikings played Silverado, Serra and Chaminade in the second through fourth games, going 1-2. This season those three were replaced by Peninsula, Oxnard and Chatsworth. "We scheduled Peninsula and Chatsworth for obvious reasons," Stiman said.
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June 15, 1995 | ROB FERNAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Brian Stiman, football coach at Valencia High, has been reprimanded by his principal after holding an illegal meeting with eighth-graders and their parents. Stiman's team played a junior varsity schedule last fall in the school's first year of existence and will begin play at the varsity level in September. Valencia Principal Paul Priesz would not reveal terms of the punishment, but said Stiman was "dealt with accordingly."
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March 25, 1994 | DANA HADDAD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Brian Stiman and Larry Mohr, fellow assistants at Canyon High last year, likely will be rival head football coaches in the Santa Clarita Valley by the fall of 1995. Principal Paul Priesz of Valencia High said Thursday he will recommend Stiman to the William S. Hart Union High School District board of trustees, who are expected to approve his hiring on April 6. Canyon announced the hiring of Mohr as expected after he was approved by school trustees Wednesday night.
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