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SPORTS
November 17, 1991 | KIM KUTCHER
Orange County teams enjoyed a banner day at the Southern Section Cross-Country preliminaries at Mt. San Antonio College on Saturday. Twelve boys' teams and 15 girls', along with several individuals, qualified for Saturday's Southern Section finals. In boys' Division I-AA, Saddleback placed second in its heat, defeating favored Santa Ana Valley by 16 points and finishing three points shy of Hoover.
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NEWS
October 13, 2005 | Anne-Marie O'Connor, Times Staff Writer
"THE MARCH," E.L. Doctorow's fictional Civil War saga of Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman's devastating scorched-earth campaign against the Confederate South, was chosen Wednesday as a finalist for the National Book Awards , along with Joan Didion's memoir of her grief following her husband's death, "The Year of Magical Thinking." American poets W.S. Merwin and John Ashbery, both 78, were also finalists. Merwin was nominated for "Migration" and Ashbery for the collection "Where Shall I Wander."
SPORTS
November 2, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
The moment she crossed the finish line Thursday afternoon, Katy Eklof was elated. The Costa Mesa High School junior had won the Pacific Coast League girls' cross-country title at O'Neill Regional Park in Trabuco Canyon, upsetting teammate Denisha Bendz in course-record time. Then came the bad news. Eklof's team, which entered the league final with a 5-0 league dual-meet record, lost the title to Laguna Hills, which placed five runners in the top 25 to win with 49 points.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 21, 2007
"Finding Buck McHenry" Alfred Slote A 10-year-old boy named Jason finds a baseball card and the person on it is Buck McHenry. It is the same name as his school's custodian. Is the custodian the guy on the card? If he is, why is he hiding his identity? Read the book to find out what happens. Reviewed by Levon, 10 Horace Mann Elementary Glendale -- "Now That You Are Five" Charlotte Steiner Jack and Anne live across the street from each other.
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