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June 17, 1989
Assistant coaches Mike Henigan and Dave Penhall, who helped coach Fountain Valley High School to the Division I football championship last fall, resigned Friday. Henigan retires after 25 years of coaching, including five seasons as the head coach at Marina High. He has been offensive line coach at Fountain Valley since 1980 and worked with linemen such as Duval Love, Brad Houchen, Brad Leggett and Lance Zeno. Henigan will continue to teach health science at Fountain Valley and be boys' athletic director at the school.
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November 5, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A crafty left-handed quarterback in Northern California spends years on the bench because an all-world right-hander is playing in front of him. The starter gets hurt, the backup steps in and takes full advantage of regular playing time by showing he's just as effective as the starter. Sound familiar?
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April 22, 1989
Quarterback David Lowery of Trabuco Hills High School, the Southern Section's Division VIII player of the year last fall, heads the list of players named to the South team that will participate in the 30th Orange County All-Star football game June 30 at Orange Coast College's LeBard Stadium. Lowery passed for 3,325 yards in 14 games to lead Trabuco Hills to the Division VIII championship in only its fourth year of existence. He has signed a national letter of intent to play football at San Diego State next season.
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October 12, 1989 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Every day at practice is an opportunity for David Henigan and Troy Kopp, an opportunity to gain an edge, and a chance to lose one. Henigan goes in for one play, Kopp for the next. Kopp, the starter, steps to the line, spots something in the defense's alignment, and makes a change. Wrong choice, Coach Walt Harris tells him. Henigan stands on the sidelines and waits for his chance, just as he has during the past three games.
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September 20, 1988 | CHRIS FOSTER, Times Staff Writer
El Toro High School appeared to have a football victory locked up Saturday night. The Chargers had a 31-28 lead over Fountain Valley, Orange County's top-ranked team, with only 1 minute 9 seconds left. Enter David Henigan. That was all the time he needed. Henigan, the Barons' quarterback, even had 2 seconds to spare. Henigan, The Times' athlete of the week, took the Barons 70 yards in 1:07 and capped the drive with a 17-yard touchdown pass to Eric Sassenberg. Fountain Valley won, 35-31.
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October 12, 1989 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Every day at practice is an opportunity for David Henigan and Troy Kopp, an opportunity to gain an edge, and a chance to lose one. Henigan goes in for one play, Kopp for the next. Kopp, the starter, steps to the line, spots something in the defense's alignment, and makes a change. Wrong choice, Coach Walt Harris tells him. Henigan stands on the sidelines and waits for his chance, just as he has during the past three games.
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November 5, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A crafty left-handed quarterback in Northern California spends years on the bench because an all-world right-hander is playing in front of him. The starter gets hurt, the backup steps in and takes full advantage of regular playing time by showing he's just as effective as the starter. Sound familiar?
SPORTS
November 19, 1988 | LEN HALL
DIVISION I Fountain Valley 39, St. Francis 0--Quarterback David Henigan and running back Kedric Powe led the Barons (9-2) to an easy victory over outmanned St. Francis (4-7) at Huntington Beach High. Powe did the most damage, gaining 160 yards in 11 carries and scoring 3 touchdowns. Henigan, who like most of the Baron starters only played 3 quarters, completed 9 of 17 for 109 yards and 2 touchdowns.
SPORTS
December 7, 1987
David Henigan of Fountain Valley High School, who passed for 1,356 yards and 4 touchdowns this season, was named the Sunset League most valuable player in a vote of the league's football coaches. Huntington Beach running back Jason McGehee was named the league's offensive player of the year, and Fountain Valley defensive and Reza Mehdizadeh was named defensive player of the year. Guy Carrozzo of Ocean View and Mike Milner of Fountain Valley were named co-coaches of the year.
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November 7, 1992
Orange County's top 10 career passing yardage leaders: 1. Todd Marinovich 9,182 Mater Dei, Capis. Valley, 1984-87 2. Tony Solliday 6,640 Capistrano Valley, 1988-90 3. Bret Johnson 6,627 El Toro, 1985-87 4. Todd Gragnano 6,160 Los Alamitos, 1987-89 5. Pat Barnes 5,946 Trabuco Hills, 1990-92 6. David Henigan 5,879 Fountain Valley, 1986-88 7. Billy Blanton 5,738 Mater Dei, 1990-91 8. Shane Foley 5,264 Newport Harbor, 1984-85 9. Burt Call 4,956 Capistrano Valley, 1981-83 10.
SPORTS
June 17, 1989
Assistant coaches Mike Henigan and Dave Penhall, who helped coach Fountain Valley High School to the Division I football championship last fall, resigned Friday. Henigan retires after 25 years of coaching, including five seasons as the head coach at Marina High. He has been offensive line coach at Fountain Valley since 1980 and worked with linemen such as Duval Love, Brad Houchen, Brad Leggett and Lance Zeno. Henigan will continue to teach health science at Fountain Valley and be boys' athletic director at the school.
SPORTS
April 22, 1989
Quarterback David Lowery of Trabuco Hills High School, the Southern Section's Division VIII player of the year last fall, heads the list of players named to the South team that will participate in the 30th Orange County All-Star football game June 30 at Orange Coast College's LeBard Stadium. Lowery passed for 3,325 yards in 14 games to lead Trabuco Hills to the Division VIII championship in only its fourth year of existence. He has signed a national letter of intent to play football at San Diego State next season.
SPORTS
September 20, 1988 | CHRIS FOSTER, Times Staff Writer
El Toro High School appeared to have a football victory locked up Saturday night. The Chargers had a 31-28 lead over Fountain Valley, Orange County's top-ranked team, with only 1 minute 9 seconds left. Enter David Henigan. That was all the time he needed. Henigan, the Barons' quarterback, even had 2 seconds to spare. Henigan, The Times' athlete of the week, took the Barons 70 yards in 1:07 and capped the drive with a 17-yard touchdown pass to Eric Sassenberg. Fountain Valley won, 35-31.
SPORTS
November 30, 1988
Quarterback David Henigan of Fountain Valley High School, who passed for 2,302 yards and 17 touchdowns in 10 games, was named the most valuable player of the Sunset League for the second consecutive season in a vote of the league's coaches. Fountain Valley tailback Kedric Powe, who rushed for 1,001 yards and 14 touchdowns, was named the league's offensive player of the year. Edison linebacker Kevin Roberts was named the defensive player of the year.
SPORTS
November 26, 1988
ORANGE COUNTY CAREER RUSHING Player Yrs Yds 1 Ray Pallares 83-85 5,398 2 Derek Brown 86-88 4,607 Servite 3 Robert Lee 85-87 4,401 Santa Ana 4 Myron White 72-74 4,164 Santa Ana Valley 5 Ross Bauer 84-86 3,764 El Modena ORANGE COUNTY CAREER PASSING Player Yrs Yds 1 Todd Marinovich 84-87 9,165 Mater Dei, Capistrano Valley 2 Bret Johnson 85-87 6,538 El Toro 3 David Henigan 86-88 5,556 Fountain Valley 4 Shane Foley 84-85 5,264 Newport Harbor 5 Burt Call 81-83 4,956 Capistrano Valley SOUTHERN SECTION
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