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January 18, 1989
Garrett Greedy, Servite High School's 3-time All-Angelus League linebacker, said Tuesday he has made an oral commitment to attend and play football at UCLA next season. He said he will sign a letter of intent Feb. 8 to attend UCLA. Feb. 8 is the first day a high school player can sign national letters of intent.
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August 6, 1992 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A muscular 6 feet 3 1/2 and 250 pounds, with recently dyed blond hair to go with a two- or three-day-old beard, Garrett Greedy doesn't exactly go unnoticed when strolling around UCLA. But when he sits on a campus bench, spitting chewing tobacco into a cup, it's like an open-air theater. People definitely look. And that's all fine for Greedy, a former Servite High linebacker now in his third football season with the Bruins after being redshirted his freshman year.
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August 6, 1992 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A muscular 6 feet 3 1/2 and 250 pounds, with recently dyed blond hair to go with a two- or three-day-old beard, Garrett Greedy doesn't exactly go unnoticed when strolling around UCLA. But when he sits on a campus bench, spitting chewing tobacco into a cup, it's like an open-air theater. People definitely look. And that's all fine for Greedy, a former Servite High linebacker now in his third football season with the Bruins after being redshirted his freshman year.
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July 26, 1989 | MIKE REILLEY, Times Staff Writer
Former Servite teammates Derek Brown and Garrett Greedy will play the final game of their high school football careers Saturday night, then they'll follow different paths after the 38th Shrine All-Star game ends. For Greedy, a 6-foot-4, 240-pound linebacker with the South squad, the game will be a chance to punish high school ball carriers one more time before starting his college career at UCLA. Kickoff for the Shrine game is 6 p.m. at the Rose Bowl. His goal for the game? "Survival," he said.
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July 26, 1989 | MIKE REILLEY, Times Staff Writer
Former Servite teammates Derek Brown and Garrett Greedy will play the final game of their high school football careers Saturday night, then they'll follow different paths after the 38th Shrine All-Star game ends. For Greedy, a 6-foot-4, 240-pound linebacker with the South squad, the game will be a chance to punish high school ball carriers one more time before starting his college career at UCLA. Kickoff for the Shrine game is 6 p.m. at the Rose Bowl. His goal for the game? "Survival," he said.
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September 25, 1990 | MAL FLORENCE
Even though UCLA lost to Michigan, 38-15, Saturday, quarterback Tommy Maddox had some impressive statistics. The redshirt freshman, starting for the first time, completed 26 of 47 passes for 353 yards. The yardage was the second-highest total in UCLA history, behind Steve Bono's 399 yards passing against Brigham Young in 1983.
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October 9, 1990 | MAL FLORENCE
UCLA Coach Terry Donahue is concerned about the status of outside linebacker Roman Phifer, who didn't play against Arizona. Phifer has a hamstring injury and will miss Saturday night's game against San Diego State at the Rose Bowl. Donahue isn't sure when Phifer will play, saying that if it's determined that he tore his hamstring, he could be out for the season. Donahue also said that center Lance Zeno has a sprained foot and is doubtful for the San Diego State game.
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September 17, 1988 | DAVE ROMANO
Senior tailback Derek Brown scored 3 touchdowns and gained 221 yards in 17 carries to lead Servite High School to a 46-0 victory over Marina Friday night in front of 2,100 at Westminster High School. Brown had 179 yards in 12 carries in the first half and saw only limited action in the second half. He scored on a 41-yard run in the first quarter and had two 31-yard touchdown runs in the second. Servite (2-0) finished with 359 total yards, all on the ground.
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October 15, 1988 | ROB FERNAS
Derek Brown rushed for 140 yards and scored 4 touchdowns as Servite High School opened Angelus League play with a 42-13 victory over Bishop Montgomery in front of 1,000 at Bishop Montgomery. Brown, who missed most of the second quarter with a cut on his right hand, went over the 1,000-yard mark for the season. He has 1,048 yards in 6 games. Bishop Montgomery took a 3-0 lead on a 41-yard field goal by Scott Altenberg.
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August 26, 1990 | MAL FLORENCE
UCLA Coach Terry Donahue said there were more positive than negative aspects of a 76-play, game-type scrimmage Saturday at the Rose Bowl. "I'm also happy that there were no major injuries," Donahue said. "We've got a lot of players nicked up." Quarterbacks Jim Bonds and Tommy Maddox got most of the work in the scrimmage as Donahue constantly alternated his players. Flanker Reggie Moore made a diving catch of a 15-yard pass from Maddox for one touchdown. Bonds, who was named the No.
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January 18, 1989
Garrett Greedy, Servite High School's 3-time All-Angelus League linebacker, said Tuesday he has made an oral commitment to attend and play football at UCLA next season. He said he will sign a letter of intent Feb. 8 to attend UCLA. Feb. 8 is the first day a high school player can sign national letters of intent.
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January 23, 1987
Bishop Amat High School running back Eric Bieniemy, who scored 30 touchdowns last fall, was named the most valuable player in the Angelus League. Bieniemy has announced that he will attend the University of Colorado next season. Servite wide receiver Nick-John Haiduc was named the league's most valuable offensive player. Haiduc averaged 22.5 yards per reception. League champion Bishop Amat and Servite had eight players selected to the first team.
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December 2, 1988 | STEVE LOWERY, Times Staff Writer
The point is that Garrett Greedy would never hurt anyone, so don't bother mentioning what he did to that coach's ribs. People are bound to bend a bit when a guy 6-feet 3-inches tall and 220 pounds, playing with a mine-field intensity, starts doing the full-body bump. The key here is he would never mean to hurt anyone. So altering the skeletal structure of Leo Hand, then the coach at Servite who was playing option quarterback during a drill, was not a premeditated act.
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