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September 18, 1992 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Erick Fielding's legs churned, blockers blocked, holes opened, and the crowd roared for more. It was just like Fielding's freshman season, only better. Much better. The more they gave the ball to Fielding, a senior tailback at Mission Viejo, the more nostalgic he became. He carried the ball 14 times last week, gaining 145 yards and scoring on runs of 17 and 39 yards as Mission Viejo routed West Torrance, 42-7.
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September 18, 1992 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Erick Fielding's legs churned, blockers blocked, holes opened, and the crowd roared for more. It was just like Fielding's freshman season, only better. Much better. The more they gave the ball to Fielding, a senior tailback at Mission Viejo, the more nostalgic he became. He carried the ball 14 times last week, gaining 145 yards and scoring on runs of 17 and 39 yards as Mission Viejo routed West Torrance, 42-7.
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September 28, 1990 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mission Viejo, ranked eighth in Orange County, had little trouble defeating host Crawford High School Thursday night at Madison High in front of 300 fans. The Diablos (3-1) scored a 39-0 nonleague victory over the Colts (1-3) behind the two touchdowns apiece scored by Beau LeBreton and Marcellus Chrishon. LeBreton was the game's early hero, rushing eight yards for a touchdown on Mission Viejo's first drive, a 60-yard, 10-play effort.
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February 28, 1993
Coach: Gene Gurule (first year). 1992: South Coast League champions, runner-up at Katella Relays and Santa Ana Relays. Key returners: T.J. Brown, Sr.; Rusty Burnett, Sr.; Matt Denny, Sr.; Erick Fielding, Sr.; Jonathan Galaviz, Sr.; J.J. Jones, Jr.; Jeff Mocny, Sr.; Bill Pedigo, Sr. Key newcomers: Aaron Lynn, Jr.; Andrew Morgan, So. Outlook: Gurule returns to Mission Viejo after a stint at Saddleback College.
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September 12, 1992
Senior tailback Erick Fielding rushed for 145 yards in 14 carries and scored three touchdowns to lead Mission Viejo to a 42-7 victory over West Torrance Friday night at Mission Viejo Stadium. Mission Viejo built a 28-0 lead at the half as Fielding and fullback Adrian Amposta each ran for two touchdowns. Fielding scored on a 17-yard run in the first series, capping a 53-yard, six-play drive. After an interception by Dave Loya, Amposta ran 19 yards for a touchdown to make the score 14-0.
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November 23, 1991 | KEN BANKS
Mission Viejo quarterback Payson LeMeilleur threw a pass that was intercepted with two minutes 34 seconds to play and Compton Dominguez held on to defeat the Diablos, 15-13, in a Division II playoff game Friday night. James Jackson put the Dons ahead for good when he ran down the sideline 22 yards to the end zone. After trailing, 6-0, at halftime, the Diablos recovered a fumble on the opening kickoff at its 40-yard line.
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September 6, 1992
MISSION VIEJO 1991 RECORDS OVERALL LEAGUE 7-4 3-2 * COACH RECORD AT SCHOOL Mike Rush 40-10 * RETURNING STARTERS OFF DEF 8 8 * TOP RETURNERS OFF DEF YR T.J. Brown, 6-3, 250 OT DT Sr. Matt Denny, 6-4, 190 WR FS Jr. Erick Fielding, 5-10, 185 RB CB Sr. Dave LeClair, 6-3, 250 OG DT Jr. Dave Loya, 6-2, 230 FB LB Sr. Scott Neuhausen, 5-9, 170 WR CB Sr. Bill Pedigo, 6-1, 215 TE DE Sr. Gary Winsor, 6-3, 250 OT DT Sr. * TOP NEWCOMERS OFF DEF YR Adrian Amposta, 5-10, 175 RB -- Sr.
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March 8, 1993
1992 RECORDS OVERALL LEAGUE 14-10 7-8 COACH RECORD AT SCHOOL Ron Drake 234-124 RETURNING STARTERS YR. POS. B-T Jeff Carr Sr. C R-R Erick Fielding Sr. P-OF R-R Scott Neuhausen Sr. 3B R-R Todd Sands Sr. P-1B L-L OTHER TOP RETURNERS: YR.: POS.: B-T None TOP NEWCOMERS YR. POS. B-T Brandon Becker Sr. OF L-L John Higashi Jr. OF R-R Todd Reinhart So. SS R-R Jason Sperling So. P R-R OUTLOOK Drake expects much of the Diablos' success to center on Carr and Fielding.
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November 7, 1992 | KIM KUTCHER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Mission Viejo's fortunes changed late in the South Coast League game against Dana Hills on Friday night at Dana Hills High School. The Diablos (5-4, 3-1 in league) had enough time to take advantage of the good fortune and scored a 17-14 victory in front of Dana Hills' homecoming crowd. After taking a 14-0 lead in the first quarter on a one-yard run by tailback Mark Reynosa and a 55-yard punt return by Reynosa, the Dolphins (3-5, 1-3) watched as their lead dissolved.
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September 28, 1990 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mission Viejo High School, ranked seventh in Orange County, had little trouble defeating Crawford High Thursday night. The Diablos (3-1) scored a 39-0 nonleague victory over the Colts (1-3) behind Beau LeBreton and Marcellus Chrishon, who each scored two touchdowns. LeBreton was the game's early hero, rushing eight yards for a touchdown on Mission Viejo's first drive, a 60-yard, 10-play effort that left the Diablos with a 6-0 lead after the extra-point attempt failed.
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