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SPORTS
December 18, 1988 | Staff and Wire Reports
The U.S. International University men's basketball team squandered an 8-point halftime lead and lost its sixth consecutive game, 92-78, to St. Francis (N.Y.) Saturday in the consolation game of a tournament at Dartmouth. The Gulls (3-8) will get another chance at St. Francis (4-3) when they play host to the Terriers Dec. 30 at Golden Hall. USIU completes this 10-game trip, on its record is 1-8, Monday night at Coppin State in Baltimore, Md.
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NEWS
March 12, 1987
Cal State Dominguez Hills' most successful basketball team ever didn't go out with a bang, but it went down fighting. The Toros, who won a school-record 22 games, bowed out of the NCAA Division II regionals in Billings, Mont., losing to Alaska-Anchorage and dropping the consolation game to Cal State Hayward. The Toros, who went into the tournament with four straight victories, seemed to run out of luck even before the regionals began.
SPORTS
April 11, 1996
Billy Castonguay had four hits, including a two-run home run, and drove in five runs as Simi Valley High beat Barstow, 11-6, in a Gold Division semifinal game of the Birmingham baseball tournament Wednesday at Grant High. The Pioneers (8-8-1) face Franklin today at 10 a.m. in the division championship game at Birmingham. Castonguay (3-2) allowed Barstow (10-2-1) five earned runs and six hits in six innings with six strikeouts and six walks.
SPORTS
December 29, 1993
In other Marina tournament games: Fountain Valley 47, Marina 45--Erin Avila's three-point basket with 27 seconds left lifted Fountain Valley (6-3) to an upset of No. 6 Marina (7-3). Avila had 10 points and Gina Ybarra had 11 for Fountain Valley. The Barons had a 13-5 scoring advantage in the third quarter and survived six lead changes in the fourth. Martita Emde had 18 points and Shandy Robbins 14 for Marina.
SPORTS
March 30, 1999 | DAVE DESMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pitcher Jodie Cox gets most of the attention at Quartz Hill High, but it was her battery-mate who gave the Rebels a charge Monday night in the Division I championship game of the High Desert Classic. Olaya Salazar, a 5-foot-3 junior catcher, threw out two baserunners in crucial situations and was two for three with a run batted in to spark Quartz Hill to a 2-0 victory over Golden League rival Highland before more than 500 at Lancaster City Park.
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