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December 31, 1994 | FORREST LEE
When it mattered most, Eric Ambrozich delivered. Ambrozich, a 6-7 sophomore center, scored 14 of his 24 points in the second half as Saddleback won the Rancho Santiago Holiday Classic with a 79-70 victory over the host Dons Friday night. "Eric really carried us in the second half," Saddleback Coach Bill Brummel said. "He's played well throughout the tournament. He really picked up his aggressiveness throughout the game."
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December 31, 1994 | FORREST LEE
When it mattered most, Eric Ambrozich delivered. Ambrozich, a 6-7 sophomore center, scored 14 of his 24 points in the second half as Saddleback won the Rancho Santiago Holiday Classic with a 79-70 victory over the host Dons Friday night. "Eric really carried us in the second half," Saddleback Coach Bill Brummel said. "He's played well throughout the tournament. He really picked up his aggressiveness throughout the game."
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January 14, 1992 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Eric Ambrozich is a rawboned, 6-foot-6 work in progress. He's a junior at Irvine High, where his contributions this season have been better than expected, but it's his potential that has people talking. He's far from Orange County's best player, but if projections mean anything, he could be headed to the front of the pack soon. And if not next season, then the next, or the one after that. The question is not whether he'll develop, but when . And when he does, watch out.
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January 14, 1992 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Eric Ambrozich is a rawboned, 6-foot-6 work in progress. He's a junior at Irvine High, where his contributions this season have been better than expected, but it's his potential that has people talking. He's far from Orange County's best player, but if projections mean anything, he could be headed to the front of the pack soon. And if not next season, then the next, or the one after that. The question is not whether he'll develop, but when . And when he does, watch out.
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March 2, 1995 | STEVE KRESAL
Saddleback got at least 20 points from three starters in a 99-81 victory over Antelope Valley in the second round of the Southern California men's basketball playoffs Wednesday in Mission Viejo. Eric Ambrozich scored 25, Anthony Carter had 24 and Micah Kroeger 21 for the Gauchos (27-5). Saddleback plays at Los Angeles City Saturday and the winner advances to the State tournament.
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March 4, 1995 | STEVE KRESAL
Getting to the final round of the Southern California playoffs hasn't been too difficult for Saddleback College in recent years. The Gauchos' problem has been advancing to the State tournament. Saddleback, which has lost in the third round for three consecutive seasons, tries to break that streak at 7:30 tonight at Los Angeles City. But the task won't be easy for Saddleback (27-5), the sixth-seeded team in Southern California.
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January 30, 1993
Chris Bradshaw made a three-point shot with 26 seconds left to give Saddleback a 47-46 victory over Irvine in a Sea View League boys' basketball game Friday at Saddleback. Rob Holloway had 15 points, Bradshaw had 11 and Hector Gallarzo had 11 for the Roadrunners (6-14, 2-8). Eric Ambrozich had 21 points for Irvine, which drops to 14-5, 5-4. In other league games: Tustin 77, Newport Harbor 66--Rod Scheuerman had 24 points and Dejuan Matthews had 19 points for visiting Tustin (16-5, 7-2).
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January 19, 1995 | STEVE KRESAL
Three weeks ago, Saddleback Coach Bill Brummel listed Cypress as one of the favorites for the Orange Empire Conference men's basketball title. But Saddleback beat Cypress, 86-66, on Wednesday for its 12th consecutive victory. Saddleback, ranked seventh in the state, is 5-0 in conference and winning by an average of 23 points. Riverside, also 5-0, will face Saddleback on Jan. 25 at Riverside in the final game of the first round.
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April 20, 1995
Micah Kroeger, a 6-foot-6 guard on Saddleback's basketball team, signed a letter of intent to play at Hawaii next season. Kroeger averaged 16.6 points, 6.3 rebounds and 2.3 assists and earned first-team All-Orange Empire Conference honors as a freshman last season. He will be the fourth Saddleback player to play at Hawaii in the last three years, following Eric Ambrozich, John Molle and Tes Whitlock. Kroeger, Ambrozich and Whitlock will be teammates next season.
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February 22, 1995
Anthony Carter of Saddleback and Keon Clark of Irvine Valley were selected Orange Empire Conference co-players of the year by the men's basketball coaches. Carter, a forward from Atlanta, averaged 19 points for Saddleback, which tied Riverside for the conference title. Clark, a 6-foot-11 center from Danville, Ill., tied for the conference scoring title with a 22.6-point average. He also led in rebounds (20.5) and field-goal percentage (68%).
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