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SPORTS
November 25, 1992
The Cal State Northridge women's volleyball team has made its first appearance in the NCAA Division I coaches poll after winning 12 consecutive matches and 17 of 18 to conclude the regular season. The Matadors (27-7) are ranked 25th after defeating Arizona in their regular-season finale Saturday. Northridge will learn Sunday if it is one of 32 teams selected to play in the national tournament.
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SPORTS
November 8, 1992 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In terms of chills and thrills, Moorpark College fullback Gil Carrillo competed with an unlikely source on a night he rushed for 250 yards and two touchdowns. A teammate, Joe Lafirenza--the punter no less--provided the competition. Indeed, Harbor's best hope on a night it had its hopes of a championship dashed by the Raiders was the sight of Lafirenza jogging onto the field.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 18, 2004 | Zeke Minaya, Times Staff Writer
A woman who was stopped Thursday for driving 95 mph on the freeway in Santa Clarita had a dead baby girl in the car and faces murder charges, authorities said. Feliciana Reyes, 27, of Sacramento was heading south on the Golden State Freeway when a California Highway Patrol officer pulled her over, said Sheriff's Lt. Gil Carrillo. Disobeying instructions to stay in the car, Reyes walked toward the officer and said, "Help me. I have a dead baby in the car. Arrest me.
SPORTS
November 22, 1992 | KENNEDY COSGROVE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Moorpark College fullback Gil Carrillo pierced the Glendale defense Saturday with the purposeful ease of an airborne javelin, much like those he threw last year for the Cal State Northridge track team. Carrillo rushed for 244 yards and four touchdowns in 23 carries to lead Moorpark to a convincing 49-32 win at Glendale High in a Western State Conference finale that decided the Northern Division championship.
SPORTS
September 8, 1994
1993 OVERALL: 8-3 CONFERENCE: 8-1 PLACE: 1st in Nth. COACH, YR.: RECORD AT SCHOOL Jim Bittner, 17th: 93-58-2 PLAYERS TO WATCH OFF DEF YR David Acosta, 6-2, 280 -- T So. Oscar Acosta, 6-3, 275 G -- So. Cory Bowen, 5-10, 185 RB -- Fr. Josh Buck, 6-0, 185 QB -- So. Damian Delfino, 6-2, 200 QB -- So. David Hairston, 6-1, 225 -- LB So. Doyle Holmon, 6-3, 195 -- S So. Charles Jones, 6-7, 300 T -- So. Kris Kirksey, 6-3, 235 RB -- So. Jeff Maxie, 6-2, 215 -- LB So. Isaiah Mustafa, 6-3, 210 WR -- So.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 1, 2005 | Richard Winton, Times Staff Writer
A man attacked a sheriff's deputy at a Montebello burger restaurant Monday with a machete, nearly severing his finger, before another deputy shot and wounded him, authorities said. Reuben Sifuentes, 30, became the ninth person in nine days to be shot by police in Los Angeles County, five of them fatally His shooting came a day after a 25-year-old Carson man who had threatened a girlfriend with a knife was shot and killed by a deputy.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 11, 1996 | BETH SHUSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Police on Tuesday said they are nearly certain that the arson fire that killed two adults and two children in their Canyon Country apartment last week was a murder-suicide, triggered by a domestic dispute. An autopsy completed Monday found that the woman and two children had died of smoke inhalation and thermal burns, said coroner's spokesman Scott Carrier. Their deaths were ruled homicides.
SPORTS
October 1, 1993 | MITCH POLIN
EL CAMINO (1-2) vs. PALOMAR (3-0) At El Camino, 7 p.m. El Camino has proven itself offensively, but the question is whether the Warriors have the defense to stop the nation's third-ranked team in the USA Today poll. El Camino has given up an average of 30.3 points and 393.7 yards. That doesn't bode well for the Warriors considering that Palomar's offense, led by quarterback Tom Luginbill, averages nearly 500 yards.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 13, 2006 | Jason Felch, Times Staff Writer
Three young men have been arrested in the shooting deaths of two Carson gas station employees -- a recently hired single mother and a soon-to-retire 74-year-old co-worker, Los Angeles County sheriff's officials announced Sunday. Fingerprints lifted from the crime scene led authorities to arrest a 16-year-old Friday morning. Lt. Gil Carrillo of the sheriff's homicide bureau said the youth, who was not identified because he is a minor, had at least one prior arrest on robbery charges.
SPORTS
May 19, 1990 | KIRBY LEE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Despite a lingering ankle injury, Valley College freshman Melanie Clarke took the lead in the heptathlon with 3,011 points through four events in the state junior college track and field championships Friday at Santa Barbara City College. Kings River's Edwina Ammonds, the No. 1 Northern California entrant, is second with 2,876 points and Marji Gilles of Glendale is fifth with 2,381.
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