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October 28, 1997
The state auditor's office issued its report Monday on alleged improprieties at Cerritos College and said it found no evidence of mismanagement. "On all the substantive issues we came up clean," Cerritos College President Fred Gaskin said Monday. "I am pleased and extremely proud of the staff and am sorry they wasted their time."
December 23, 1988
Lisa Pounds scored 15 points as Cerritos College defeated Cypress, 82-49, in a nonconference women's basketball game Thursday at Cypress. Vicky Silva, a sophomore forward, scored 25 and had 9 rebounds for Cypress (6-9). Becky Wayland, who has been averaging 24 points for Cypress, sprained her ankle in the first half and didn't play again. She ended with 9 points. Cerritos is 10-4.
December 24, 1987
Cerritos College has extended its deadline for spring registration because officials believe that last week's stormy weather kept many continuing students from registering. Continuing students may register between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday through Wednesday. New students can apply on those dates for an appointment for open registration, scheduled Jan. 7 through 19. Classes at the Norwalk-based college begin Jan. 11.
May 10, 1998
Cerritos 6, Oxnard 1--Israel Torres (4-2) pitched a five-hitter with 12 strikeouts to help the Falcons (30-10) sweep the best-of three series at Cerritos College. Jeff Sanchez scored for the Condors (27-13) on a passed ball with the bases loaded in the first inning. Jack Wilson (1-1) allowed six earned runs on 10 hits in 7 2/3 innings. Cerritos beat Oxnard on Friday, 4-0.
December 8, 1992 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI
Friday's Southern Section Division I championship football game at Anaheim Stadium could be moved to Cerritos College because of inclement weather, Southern Section Commissioner Stan Thomas confirmed Monday. The anticipated Division II rematch between Orange County's two top-ranked teams, Los Alamitos and Esperanza, is scheduled for Saturday at Cerritos College. In their regular-season meeting, Los Alamitos won, 34-14, on a muddy, rain-drenched field at Valencia High School.
December 4, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Former Lakewood Coach Vince Lobendahn confirmed he has accepted the position of football coach at Norwalk Glenn, which went 0-10 this season. Lobendahn has been a teacher at Glenn for 15 years but only coached there in 2004, when his freshman team went 9-1. "I love the school," he said. "These are my friends. " Lobendahn coached at Cerritos College this past season. His son, Toa, will be a freshman lineman at USC this fall.  
June 30, 1988
More than 20 people have expressed interest in being appointed as a trustee on the Cerritos Community College District board to fill a portion of the term left vacant by board President Barbara J. Hayden, who was recently elected to the Downey City Council. The Cerritos College board voted last week to appoint a trustee to fill 15 months of Hayden's remaining 3 1/2-year term. The balance of the term will be filled in the November, 1989, election.
September 28, 1989
A forum will be held tonight for candidates running for the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District Board of Education and Cerritos Community College District Board of Trustees. The event, sponsored by the League of United Latin American Citizens, will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Norwalk-La Mirada district's board room, 12820 S. Pioneer Blvd., Norwalk. Candidates will give five-minute presentations and answer questions from the audience.
April 16, 1988 | STEVE KRESAL, Times Staff Writer
Derek Dehdashtian is one of those guys who just looks like a catcher. Dehdashtian, a sophomore at Orange Coast College, packs 215 pounds into a 6-foot frame. His coach and college and professional scouts talk about his future in terms of catching. But so far, his career behind the plate has consisted of about 15 games. He has remained at third base, his position since Little League, otherwise. "He's a bowling ball out there," Mike Mayne, OCC coach, joked about Dehdashtian in the infield.
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