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June 29, 1996 | ANDY SAMUELSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Of Friday's games in the "War on the Floor" basketball tournament at Sylmar High, the contest matching Antelope Valley and Canoga Park high schools may have been the most densely packed with young stars. In the Antelopes' 64-61 victory, four players--three from Canoga Park--were rated by Recruiting USA magazine among the top 100 seniors in Southern California. Not on the list was Antelope Valley point guard Tony Walker, who scored a game-high 22 points.
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December 20, 1994 | JEFF FLETCHER
In other boys basketball games: La Canada 85, Campbell Hall 37--Five players scored in double figures as the Spartans (5-4) outscored the Vikings, 51-13 in the second half of a consolation game in the La Canada tournament. Danny Bush scored 16 points for La Canada. Hasira Sutton, a 6-foot-5, 230-pound lineman from Ventura High, said Monday he will sign to play college football at San Diego State. The NCAA signing period for football is in February.
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December 20, 1998
Junior Drew Buford scored 32 points as Foothill beat La Puente Bishop Amat, 91-74, in the title game of Bob Osborne boys' basketball tournament Friday at Foothill High School. Buford, who also had 12 assists, was selected as the tournament's most valuable player. Alex Rasmussen scored 17 and Chad Bigler added 16, for the Knights (8-1). Josh Call and Christian Dundas each scored 20 points for Bishop Amat (6-3).
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December 1, 1991
Chris Enger had 17 points, eight rebounds and four blocked shots as the University of San Diego women's basketball team buried Eastern Washington, 95-67, in the second round of Rainbow Wahine Classic in Honolulu Saturday. Jill Shaver and Lynda Jones added 15 and 12 points for the Toreras (1-2), who will face Ball State in the consolation game today. Point Loma Nazarene's balanced scoring couldn't match explosive David Lipscomb of Tennessee in a 101-70 defeat in the Plainview (Tex.
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December 30, 1997 | MIKE LAZARUS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
What figured to be the best game on the first day of Northwest Valley Conference play next month has become that much more interesting. Emotions nearly boiled over during and following San Fernando High's 76-70 victory over Cleveland in the semifinals of the Hart tournament Monday night. Two technical fouls were called on Cleveland; San Fernando committed an intentional foul.
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