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SPORTS
December 17, 1997 | DAVE DESMOND
Girls' basketball Coach Pat Bell will return to the Channel Islands High bench tonight after completing a six-game suspension for unspecified reasons. Channel Islands (5-1), defending Marmonte League co-champion, opens league play at Royal (7-1). "It feels good to be coming back," said Bell, who declined to comment directly on the suspension, imposed by former principal Dr. John Triolo. "Pat did not break any CIF rules," Athletic Director Al Terazon said.
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BUSINESS
July 29, 1997 | BARBARA MURPHY
Harvey Goldstein of Thousand Oaks has been elected president of the Channel Islands chapter of the California Society of Enrolled Agents. Serving with Goldstein in the upcoming year will be Carol Emshwiller of Oxnard, first vice president; Russ Merrick of Camarillo, second vice president; Larry Noble of Thousand Oaks, treasurer; and Cathy Haubrich of Ventura, secretary. Elected as a director to represent the chapter at the organization's state level was Ric Ross of Thousand Oaks.
SPORTS
November 13, 1988 | PAUL OLSON
It was supposed to be a battle between the tough defense of Thousand Oaks High and the potent offense of Channel Islands. But it was Channel Islands (8-2, 5-1 in league play) which blended tough defensive play with the running of fullback Jerry Williams to post a 27-7 victory over Thousand Oaks and earn a share of the Marmonte League title Saturday night at Hueneme High. Channel Islands will advance next week's Division II playoffs as the league's No. 1 team; Thousand Oaks (6-3-1, 5-1) is No. 2.
SPORTS
February 2, 1991 | KIRBY LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It wasn't poetry in motion, but the Channel Islands High basketball team's four-corner offense had its desired effects during the final eight minutes of the Raiders' 71-60 Marmonte League victory over host Camarillo on Friday night. Channel Islands made only two field goals in the fourth quarter, but hit 21 of 24 free throws, including a streak of 12. The Raiders were 30 of 42 from the line in the game.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 13, 1992 | LARRY SPEER
Channel Islands National Park officials want to form a community-based association to operate concessions in the park's visitor center and to organize educational programs. The new group was tentatively named the Channel Islands Nature and History Assn. in a feasibility study recently completed by park officials, said Channel Islands spokeswoman Carol Spears. Park officials expect the association to officially debut by June, when it will replace the Southwest Parks and Monuments Assn.
SPORTS
December 24, 1989 | KIRBY LEE
Channel Islands used an aggressive, full-court defense to coast to a 55-27 win over Rio Mesa on Saturday in the second round of the Thousand Oaks girls' basketball tournament at Thousand Oaks. Candis Carper scored 14 points to lead four Channel Islands players in double figures. Carrie Davidson, Camisca Hawkins and Sal Pauau each scored 10 points. Rio Mesa (3-4) scored its first field goal with 6:23 left in the first half, making the score 16-4.
SPORTS
January 7, 1994 | KENNEDY COSGROVE
The Channel Islands High girls are not interested in good theater, and they're a little perturbed at playing these nail-biting basketball games. Give them a blowout filled with ennui rather than a dramatic finish any day. "I just don't feel the games should be this close," Channel Islands Coach Don Salado said after Thursday night's 56-51 victory over host Simi Valley.
SPORTS
December 30, 1988 | STEVEN FLEISCHMAN, Times Staff Writer
Channel Islands High defeated Camarillo, 49-42, on Thursday night to advance to the final of the Thousand Oaks girls' basketball tournament in a game that neither team seemed to want to win until the fourth quarter. Channel Islands will play Thousand Oaks at 8 tonight in the championship game. After making 7 of 13 field-goal attempts in the final period, Channel Islands wound up shooting 34% (18 of 53) from the field for the game.
SPORTS
March 27, 1997
Jack Willard, a long-time assistant football coach in the Ventura County area, is taking a step up. He nonetheless hopes to feel right at home in his new position as head coach at Channel Islands High. Willard, named the Raiders' football coach Tuesday, grew up in Oxnard, has lived in Ventura County nearly his entire life and has taught and coached in the area for the past 16 years. He replaces Joel Gershon, long-time Channel Islands coach who resigned after last season.
NEWS
June 2, 1990 | SHEARLEAN DUKE, Shearlean Duke is a regular contributor to Orange County Life
Sitting at anchor in a craggy cove of Santa Cruz Island with no other soul in sight is like traveling back in time. The roar of the surf, the bark of a sea lion, the gentle lapping of the water against the hull makes you forget that just 24 miles away lies the city of Santa Barbara and the Southern California mainland, one of the most populous areas in the nation.
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