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SPORTS
May 23, 1992 | ERIC SHEPARD, TIMES PREP SPORTS EDITOR
Kent Neil's toughest decision these days is which of his pitchers to start. One is 9-0 and one is 8-0, and both have earned-run averages that make opposing coaches shudder. Neil also can call on a junior reliever who is 6-0 and already the target of college recruiters. It has been that kind of a season for Neil and his Diamond Bar High baseball team. Winners of 23 consecutive games, the Brahmas have generally been regarded as the top high school team in Southland this season.
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NEWS
August 25, 1991
Regarding the article "Bill Would Allow City to Skirt Housing Rule" (Times, Aug. 18): I think you should know that the bill referenced in that article and currently being drafted by state Sen. Frank Hill, which would allow redevelopment agencies throughout the state to meet their low-to-moderate income housing requirement by alternatively providing new public educational facilities, is not an effort on the City of Industry's part to abuse current redevelopment...
NEWS
April 7, 1991
Diamond Bar residents who served in the Persian Gulf will be welcomed home by an honor guard during the city's second birthday celebration at Diamond Bar High School on Saturday. The event will also feature a softball tournament, a local business exposition, a cake-cutting ceremony and entertainment by community groups. An emergency preparedness fair sponsored by the Los Angeles County Office of Emergency Management will cover earthquake preparedness and fire prevention.
SPORTS
November 29, 1990 | ALLAN MALAMUD
If Steve Beuerlein was good enough to start seven games for the Raiders in 1989, why has he not been good enough to suit up for a game in 1990? . . . The Los Angeles Raiders' record at Denver, where they play Sunday, is better than you might think: 3-4. . . . In San Francisco, people are saying the loss to the Rams was the best thing that could have happened to the 49ers. Funny, but I thought an unbeaten season would have been the best thing that could have happened. . . .
SPORTS
August 11, 1990
Ray Moore, athletic director at Loara High School the past six years, has been named athletic director at Diamond Bar High School. Moore will take over for Bill Clein, who had been acting athletic director and also as an instruction dean at Diamond Bar for the past three years. Clein will retain his responsibilities as instructional dean. Moore also has coached Loara's baseball team and been an assistant football coach.
SPORTS
May 25, 1989 | AL PRESTON
Bonnie Ebenkamp pitched a one-hitter and Diamond Bar High School scored four runs in the ninth inning to defeat Canyon, 4-0, in the second-round of the Southern Section 4-A softball playoffs Wednesday at Canyon. Diamond Bar (23-2) was limited to three hits through eight innings by Canyon's Sara Roberts (10-3). Then in the ninth,Pam Barr lead off with a single to left. Barr beat Roberts' throw to second after Julie Hensel's bunt. Barr then beat Comanche third baseman Krissy Kyriazis to the bag on a fielder's choice to load the bases.
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