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June 27, 1989
The Cypress Dawgs lost to the Pomona Colts, 2-1, in a Metro League baseball game at Cypress College Monday night. Pomona took a 1-0 lead on Ed Cartwright's home run. Cypress tied the score in the second inning when Joey Gonzalez was hit by pitcher Paul Olson, advanced to second on Ed Garcia's single and scored on Ernie Franco's single. The Colts scored the game-winner in the third. With two outs, Ken Tolbert hit Tim Albert with a pitch. Albert took second on a passed ball and scored on Jim Stowell's double.
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June 27, 1989
The Cypress Dawgs lost to the Pomona Colts, 2-1, in a Metro League baseball game at Cypress College Monday night. Pomona took a 1-0 lead on Ed Cartwright's home run. Cypress tied the score in the second inning when Joey Gonzalez was hit by pitcher Paul Olson, advanced to second on Ed Garcia's single and scored on Ernie Franco's single. The Colts scored the game-winner in the third. With two outs, Ken Tolbert hit Tim Albert with a pitch. Albert took second on a passed ball and scored on Jim Stowell's double.
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March 14, 1989 | CHRIS FOSTER, Times Staff Writer
Ed Garcia of Brea-Olinda High School says he loves basketball. Which shows just how serously he takes baseball. As confusing as that seems, it makes perfect sense to Garcia, the Wildcats' senior center fielder. During his sophomore and junior years, Garcia played basketball at Brea, which drastically limited the time he spent on baseball. "I've always played winter ball, but I would stop in November so I could play basketball," Garcia said.
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March 14, 1989 | CHRIS FOSTER, Times Staff Writer
Ed Garcia of Brea-Olinda High School says he loves basketball. Which shows just how serously he takes baseball. As confusing as that seems, it makes perfect sense to Garcia, the Wildcats' senior center fielder. During his sophomore and junior years, Garcia played basketball at Brea, which drastically limited the time he spent on baseball. "I've always played winter ball, but I would stop in November so I could play basketball," Garcia said.
SPORTS
April 5, 1991
In other Orange Empire Conference games: Saddleback 13, Fullerton 12--Brad Porter had a two-out bloop double to cap a five-run rally in the ninth for host Saddleback (12-15, 4-9). Brian Walker had four hits and two RBIs for Saddleback (12-15, 4-9). Darby Carmichael had five hits, including a home run, and Ed Garcia (a grand slam) and Sal Mancuso had home runs for Fullerton (19-12, 6-7).
SPORTS
March 8, 1989
Ed Garcia hit two grand slams and a three-run home run to lead Brea-Olinda High School to a 21-9 victory over La Habra in a nonleague baseball game Tuesday at Brea. Garcia, a senior center fielder in his second season of varsity play, hit grand slams in the first and the fifth innings. His three-run home run came in the second. He also was hit by a pitch and was walked intentionally. He finished three for three with 11 RBIs for Brea-Olinda (2-1).
SPORTS
July 23, 1989
The Metro League all-stars will play an all-star team from a San Diego league at 2 p.m. today at Fullerton College. The Metro League consists of Orange County and Long Beach area college players. The Metro League roster: Pitchers--Greg Hays and Jeff Kanegae, Long Beach 49ers; Dave Turner, Huntington Beach Rustlers; Dave Bladow, Irvine Metros; Matt Lipscomb, Fullerton Blues; John O'Donohue and Jeff Middlebrook, Cypress Dawgs.
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June 22, 1999
School officials were greeted with overturned trash cans and a mysterious device resembling dynamite at Cleveland High School early Monday, causing the postponement of final exams and traffic congestion around the campus. The device, which proved to be nonexplosive, was fashioned to resemble a bomb. It was discovered at 6:15 a.m. outside the school's discipline center by Assistant Principal Alan Weiner and Dean Ed Garcia, who called police, said Principal Eileen Banta.
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May 18, 1995 | ERIC MALNIC, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A North Hollywood man and a Bell woman were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of murder in the stabbing death of a man slain during a botched carjacking attempt in the subterranean garage of his condominium complex in Brentwood earlier this month. Lt. Ed Garcia, commander of the West Los Angeles detective division of the Los Angeles Police Department, said Gerald Singleton, 32, and Bennie Lee Kamack, 41, were taken into custody at their homes without incident Wednesday morning.
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May 18, 1995 | ERIC MALNIC, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two suspects were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of murder in the stabbing death of a man slain during a botched carjacking attempt in the subterranean garage of his condominium complex in Brentwood this month. Lt. Ed Garcia, commander of the West Los Angeles detective division of the Los Angeles Police Department, said Gerald Singleton, 32, of North Hollywood and Bennie Lee Kamack, 41, of Bell were taken into custody at their homes without incident Wednesday morning.
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July 17, 2008 | Lonnie White
Gamblers who bet on the winning golfer at this weekend's British Open will receive a pretty decent payout based on numbers listed at Golf- odds.com. With Tiger Woods sidelined for the remainder of the season after knee surgery, every player listed has been given at least double-digit odds to win this year's Open at Royal Birkdale. Sergio Garcia is the favorite with 10-1 odds, followed by Ernie Els and Lee Westwood at 15-1.
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July 19, 1990 | STEVE KRESAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The 25th annual Metropolitan League Champion-All Star game matches the Cypress Dawgs against the best players from the other six teams in the league Sunday after the Angels' 1:05 p.m. game with Cleveland at Anaheim Stadium. Normally, the game is played two weeks later, but a scheduling conflict at Anaheim Stadium forced it to be moved up.
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