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May 21, 2009 | Eric Sondheimer
CITY SECTION PREVIEW Today at 2 p.m. at Birmingham. Why it matters: The City Section track-and-field prelims will feature many football players showing off their speed. In the 100 and 200, sophomore DeAnthony Thomas of Crenshaw is the favorite. But he'll have lots of competition from D.J. Morgan of Woodland Hills Taft, DeShawn Beck of Los Angeles Jordan and Tevin Carter of Santee. The USC-bound Morgan is the dominant figure in the hurdle races.
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December 22, 2009 | Eric Sondheimer
Geno Hall, the most versatile and feared player for Crenshaw High's 14-1 football team, has been selected the City Section player of the year by a panel of sportswriters. He heads the All-City team after scoring six touchdowns on punts and kickoff returns, eight on receptions and one rushing. He started at receiver, where he caught 50 passes, and also played defensive back for a Cougars team that won the City Section Division I championship and became the first City team selected for a CIF state championship bowl game.
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April 18, 2014 | By Gary Klein
With USC preparing for its final spring practice Saturday at the Coliseum, Coach Steve Sarkisian on Friday released a depth chart that will look entirely different in the fall. More than 20 players -- including starters such as defensive lineman Leonard Williams, cornerback Josh Shaw and safety Su'a Cravens -- have been sidelined for all or part of spring workouts. They are among those not included on the depth chart. Sarkisian this week announced that Cody Kessler was the starting quarterback.
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April 16, 2012 | By Gary Klein
There were no big surprises when USC Coach Lane Kiffin released an end-of-spring depth chart Monday. Kiffin, in fact, brushed off its importance. “That really doesn't mean very much,” he said. Still, the chart does offer some insight into where the roster stands heading into summer. The Trojans begin training camp in August in preparation for their Sept. 1 opener against Hawaii. Matt Barkley, of course, is the starting quarterback. Max Wittek and Cody Kessler are listed as co-backups.
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November 14, 2013 | By Gary Klein
Ed Orgeron removed his sideline headset during the final seconds of USC's victory at California last week and grasped hands with tailback Javorius Allen. "It's been a loooong time coming," Orgeron sang heartily in his Cajun drawl. "Change gonna come," Allen joined in, pumping the coach's fist. Orgeron and Allen were reciting the words to one of Allen's favorite songs: Sam Cooke's 1964 classic "A Change Is Gonna Come. " Much has changed in USC's program - and for Allen - since Orgeron replaced Lane Kiffin in late September.
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November 14, 2008 | Ben Bolch and Eric Sondheimer, staff reports
The Orange Lutheran Lancers secured a share of their third consecutive Trinity League title after defeating Santa Ana Mater Dei, 24-21, Thursday at Santa Ana Stadium when Parker Flynn made a 43-yard field goal with two seconds left. It was also the third consecutive year Lutheran, 8-2 overall, 4-1 in the Trinity League and ranked No. 8 in the Southland by The Times, defeated No. 5 Mater Dei (7-3, 4-1).
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September 12, 2009 | Ben Bolch, Staff Reports
The film session that awaits Los Angeles Crenshaw High's defensive players in the coming days could get ugly, with one exception. Top-ranked Crenshaw stopped Norco on a crucial fourth down in the fourth quarter Friday night on the way to pulling out a 47-44 victory in which host Crenshaw gave up 487 rushing yards. "When we needed to stop them, we stopped them," Crenshaw Coach Robert Garrett said. "We showed character at the end." Norco, ranked No. 22 in the Southland by The Times, had pulled to within 47-44 late in the third quarter on Kelsey Young 's 66-yard touchdown run and was driving again when it faced a fourth-and-four situation at the Crenshaw 12-yard line.
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October 19, 2008 | Ben Bolch, Times Staff Writer
During a fourth quarter in which the teams had already combined for 51 points, Simi Valley Grace Brethren High needed to move the ball only three yards on a two-point conversion to cap a stunning comeback against Malibu. But the Sharks made a rare defensive stop, holding Jack Gililand short of the goal line with 1 minute 10 seconds left to preserve a 51-50 victory Friday night in a Frontier League game at Moorpark College. "It was the craziest game I've ever seen," Malibu Coach Ray Humphrey said Saturday.
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November 16, 2007 | Eric Sondheimer, Times Staff Writer
With sunlight starting to disappear and the chances for overtime growing more likely, sophomore running back D.J. Morgan of Woodland Hills Taft had a sense of urgency when he was handed the ball Thursday afternoon in the final 30 seconds of a City Championship Division playoff opener at Los Angeles Jordan. "I'm just thinking I don't want overtime," Morgan said. "I have to run hard and get into the end zone."
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September 18, 2009 | Ben Bolch
No. 4 Westlake Village Oaks Christian (2-0) at Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline (2-0), 7 p.m. , ESPNU -- A victory at Skyline might temporarily silence those who contend that Oaks Christian feasts on a weak nonleague schedule. The Totems are two-time defending Washington state champions who have won 30 consecutive games and feature Brigham Young-bound quarterback Jake Heaps. A triumph would give Oaks Christian Coach Bill Redell his 200th coaching victory in 22 years at the high school level.
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