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May 8, 1997 | STEVE HENSON
The impasse between pitcher Sean Douglass and Antelope Valley High baseball Coach Ed t'Sas was not resolved Wednesday and Douglass did not practice with the team. Douglass, a 6-foot-5 right-hander projected as a second-round draft choice next month, has not practiced since Monday, when t'Sas ordered him to do 332 push-ups. Douglass is concerned that push-ups could hurt his arm, an opinion supported by pitching coaches and scouts.
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May 11, 1997 | PAIGE A. LEECH
Any psychologist worth his hourly fee will tell you, communication is key to resolving conflicts. Any coach worth his whistle will tell you, conditioning is key for a team to be successful down the stretch of a long season. Given those axioms, it's no wonder Sean Douglass' high school baseball career at Antelope Valley ended sadly and abruptly Thursday, only two weeks before the start of the playoffs. In Douglass' case, there was plenty of conditioning and not enough communication.
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May 11, 1997 | PAIGE A. LEECH
Any psychologist worth his hourly fee will tell you, communication is key to resolving conflicts. Any coach worth his whistle will tell you, conditioning is key for a team to be successful down the stretch of a long season. Given those axioms, it's no wonder Sean Douglass' high school baseball career at Antelope Valley ended sadly and abruptly Thursday, only two weeks before the start of the playoffs. In Douglass' case, there was plenty of conditioning and not enough communication.
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May 9, 1997 | STEVE HENSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Push-ups came to shove with Sean Douglass leaving the Antelope Valley High baseball team Thursday over disagreements with Coach Ed t'Sas. Douglass, a 6-foot-5 right-handed pitcher, is one of the nation's top prospects. He attributed a string of subpar performances recently to t'Sas ordering him to do sets of push-ups on the day before games. Douglass missed practice Tuesday and Wednesday, and in his only contact with t'Sas during those days, he said the coach hung up the phone on him.
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May 9, 1997 | STEVE HENSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Push-ups came to shove with Sean Douglass leaving the Antelope Valley High baseball team Thursday over disagreements with Coach Ed t'Sas. Douglass, a 6-foot-5 right-handed pitcher, is one of the nation's top prospects. He attributed a string of subpar performances recently to t'Sas ordering him to do sets of push-ups on the day before games. Douglass missed practice Tuesday and Wednesday, and in his only contact with t'Sas during those days, he said the coach hung up the phone on him.
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April 9, 1997
"The guys said they wanted to dedicate the game to Coach [Brent] Newcomb, but they changed their minds because we didn't beat them bad enough." Antelope Valley High baseball Coach Ed T'Sas, after the Antelopes defeated Highland, 3-2, Friday. Newcomb, the school's football coach, suffered a heart attack on Thursday. Newcomb's condition has improved and he could be released from Antelope Valley Hospital as early as today.
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January 14, 2000
Ed t'Sas, former Antelope Valley High coach, has been hired to replace Steve Hagerty as baseball coach at Paraclete. T'sas coached eight years for the Antelopes, winning three Golden League titles. He resigned after the 1998 season. Athletic Director Margaret Neill of Paraclete said a football coach to replace Hagerty will likely be selected in the spring.
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April 8, 1992 | VINCE KOWALICK, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Freddie Edwards flied out to left field to begin Tuesday's Golden League baseball game between visiting Antelope Valley and Quartz Hill highs. Only 93 minutes later, Edwards, a senior center fielder for the Antelopes, flied out to center to end it. In between, Quartz Hill's Travis Bowser and Antelope Valley's John Narhuminti, two lanky, high-kicking left-handers, made short work of batters struggling to make contact.
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April 8, 1998
With a choice of tournaments to enter over spring break, Antelope Valley Coach Ed t'Sas has no problem in selecting the Santa Barbara tournament over higher-profile tournaments in Las Vegas and Pomona. The Antelopes will stay in Santa Barbara and play games in Oxnard and Santa Barbara over the next couple of days. "We've been up there the last couple of years and we have a great time," t'Sas said. "All the coaches bring their golf clubs.
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May 8, 1997 | STEVE HENSON
The impasse between pitcher Sean Douglass and Antelope Valley High baseball Coach Ed t'Sas was not resolved Wednesday and Douglass did not practice with the team. Douglass, a 6-foot-5 right-hander projected as a second-round draft choice next month, has not practiced since Monday, when t'Sas ordered him to do 332 push-ups. Douglass is concerned that push-ups could hurt his arm, an opinion supported by pitching coaches and scouts.
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May 7, 1994 | KENNEDY COSGROVE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
After Antelope Valley High pitcher Jeremy Holiday shut down Golden League-leading Palmdale on three hits Friday, his real work began. Holiday is a freshman, so after every game he is saddled with the tedious tasks of watering the field, raking the mound and emptying the water cooler. Antelope Valley Coach Ed T'Sas watched his star pitcher dump the leftover water out of the bucket while Holiday's teammates joked and yelled in the dugout.
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April 12, 1992 | VINCE KOWALICK
Freddie Edwards cannot get to first base. As leadoff batter for Antelope Valley High, Edwards is hitting only .188 (six for 32) and has reached base only 11 times in 38 plate appearances, an on-base percentage of .289. Edwards' speed is a terrible thing to waste. For the past three years, as a tailback-defensive back for the school's football team, Edwards (6-foot-1, 175 pounds) turned on the burners, earning a football scholarship to San Diego State while dazzling crowds and coaches alike.
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