September 4, 1994
COACH: Hank Johnson, 20th year. 1993 RECORD: 5-3 in Southeastern Conference; 7-4 overall. OUTLOOK: The Bulldogs will be led by running back Isaac Hatley and defensive tackle Eboni Wilson. Jefferson faces the annual problem of fielding a small team. TOP RETURNING PLAYERS NAME SIZE POS. YR Isaac Hatley 5-8/160 RB Sr Eboni Wilson 6-3/245 DT/FB Sr Yesfi Olivo 5-11/230 OG/MLB Sr Stevie Williams 5-8/150 WR/CB Sr TOP NEWCOMERS NAME SIZE POS.
September 4, 1994
* Ranking, league and 1993 record Comment 1.Loyola, Del Rey: 8-4-0 Time to open trophy case 2.Dorsey, Pacific: 10-4-0 Always in the hunt 3.Bell Gardens, Almont: 9-3-1 Solid, if not spectacular 4.Jefferson, Eastern: 7-4-0 Ready to make stretch run 5.Garfield, Eastern: 11-2-0 Strong up front 6.Crenshaw, Pacific: 4-7-0 Burning rubber 7.Locke, Eastern: 5-2-1 A Sirr thing 8.Manual Arts, Metro: 4-7-1 Adds passing attack 9.Fremont, Eastern: 11-3-0 Moves up in class 10.
December 11, 1994
OFFENSE Name: Jeff Deno Jr.
February 1, 1995 |
Today is the start of the national signing period for football. This is a partial list of top local players who have declared their college choice. The list was compiled by prep editor Eric Shepard. Player School Pos. Ht. Wt.
December 25, 1994 |
It took a lot of hard work for the Bell High football team to win its first City Section title in the 3-A final Dec. 9. But Coach Henry Santiago said raising funds to purchase championship rings will be a much more difficult task. Santiago is seeking sponsors to purchase rings for 64 players at a cost of $150 each. "It's traditional to have a ring when you win a City championship, but about 80% of our players cannot afford it " Santiago said. "This is an enormous undertaking.
February 5, 1995 |
Fourteen Central City football players signed with Division I schools Wednesday, including Locke running back Sirr Parker, who announced he will attend Texas A&M. Parker, one of the nation's most sought-after running backs, also considered offers from USC, UCLA, Notre Dame, Nebraska, Washington, and Arizona. Parker, a 6-foot, 185 pound senior, narrowed his choices to Washington and Texas A&M before announcing his decision Wednesday.