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June 12, 1998 | MARTIN HENDERSON and MICHAEL ITAGAKI
Eric Bangs, who guided Woodbridge High to consecutive state basketball final appearances and its first state title, has returned to coach the Warrior girls' basketball team, he said Thursday. Bangs left Woodbridge in May of 1995 after the state championship season to become an assistant at Irvine Valley College. He was the Lasers' head coach last season. Bangs, who works in Woodbridge's special education department, compiled a 296-69 record in his first 12 seasons at the high school.
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June 12, 1998 | MARTIN HENDERSON and MICHAEL ITAGAKI
Eric Bangs, who guided Woodbridge High to consecutive state basketball final appearances and its first state title, has returned to coach the Warrior girls' basketball team, he said Thursday. Bangs left Woodbridge in May of 1995 after the state championship season to become an assistant at Irvine Valley College. He was the Lasers' head coach last season. Bangs, who works in Woodbridge's special education department, compiled a 296-69 record in his first 12 seasons at the high school.
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January 24, 1991 | MIKE REILLEY
Steve Kemp, an 11-year major leaguer and a baseball All-American at USC, has been named baseball coach at Woodbridge High School, Athletic Director Dave Cowen said Wednesday. Kemp replaces Johnny Ceballos, who was suspended one season for violating Southern Section rules by working with players in the off-season. Cowen said Ceballos is working as an assistant coach at UC Irvine this spring and is free to return to Woodbridge next season. Kemp, an outfielder, hit 130 home runs and batted .
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July 20, 1995
Pat Quinn, formerly the boys' basketball coach at Saddleback High School, has been hired to be the girls' coach at Woodbridge, Warriors Athletic Director Dave Cowen announced Wednesday. Quinn guided Saddleback to the 1989 Division I-AA championship game, where it lost to Long Beach Millikan. Quinn replaces Eric Bangs, who led Woodbridge to a 33-1 record and the State Division II title last season.
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June 6, 1998 | PAUL McLEOD
Eric Bangs resigned as women's basketball coach at Irvine Valley College after one season, Athletic Director Aracely Mora said Friday. Bangs, who has been with the program since its inception in 1995, was an assistant to Lisa McNamee for two seasons before taking over last season. He led the Lasers to a 25-8 record, a second-place finish in the Orange Empire Conference and to the third round of the Southern California playoffs.
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June 5, 1997 | MARTIN BECK
Lisa McNamee, who built the Irvine Valley women's basketball program from scratch, has resigned to dedicate herself full time to her family's business, McNamee said Wednesday. Eric Bangs, McNamee's assistant for the two years the program has existed, will take over as head coach, Athletic Director Aracely Mora announced. McNamee was named Orange Empire Conference coach of the year after leading the Lasers to the conference title last season.
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December 6, 1992 | KIM KUTCHER
Brea-Olinda defeated Woodbridge, 61-28, in the championship game of the Irvine girls' tournament Saturday night at Irvine High School. But the score didn't reflect the teams' in-your-face intensity. Junior Nicole Erickson scored a game-high 24 points in three quarters for Brea-Olinda (4-0), including a spectacular basket from 50 feet at the halftime buzzer that gave the Ladycats a 23-11 lead.
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December 29, 1991 | MARK SPINN MARK SPINN..BD: SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A little help from an unexpected source helped Capistrano Valley hold on for a 57-51 victory over Woodbridge on Saturday night in the semifinals of the girls' Costa Mesa Winter Basketball Classic. Capistrano Valley advanced to Monday's 8 p.m. championship game against South Coast League rival San Clemente, a 60-56 winner over Costa Mesa in the second semifinal.
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June 5, 1997 | STEVE KRESAL
Debie Woelke, women's basketball coach at UC Riverside the last seven seasons, resigned Wednesday to accept the same job at Fullerton College. Her appointment at Fullerton won't become official until it is approved by the North Orange County Community College Board of Trustees, which meets Tuesday. It will be a homecoming of sorts for Woelke, who played basketball, softball and field hockey for Fullerton from 1976-78.
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