April 23, 1985
For Granite Hills High School, a 6-3 win over defending San Diego Section champion Santana last Friday, was the impetus that helped move the Eagles from last week's No. 4 spot to second in this week. Santana, however, not only lost to Granite Hills, but was also beaten by Valhalla, to drop from third to fifth in this week's list. Valhalla, meanwhile, moved from seventh to fourth. Meanwhile, Patrick Henry won a pair of games last week to improve its record to 13-1 and hold on to the top spot.
May 19, 1987
After being nearly invincible in Grossmont League play, Granite Hills High School (12-3, 20-5) dropped its second straight game Monday, allowing five unearned runs in the seventh inning in a 6-5 loss at El Capitan (9-6, 14-10). With his team leading by 5-1, Granite Hills starting pitcher Mike Raskind began the seventh by walking the last three hitters in the El Capitan batting order. Reliever George Bishop then walked the first batter he faced.
May 23, 1987 |
Granite Hills High School, which seemingly could not get a break or win the big game, finally got a break Friday. And it turned the break into a victory at La Mesa. Grossmont's Dave Entrekin booted Steve Friar's two-out grounder in the top of the seventh inning to score the tying and go-ahead runs for Granite Hills in a 7-3 Grossmont League playoff victory at Grossmont.
May 5, 1987
Donnie Carroll, who was 4 for 4 with two doubles and a homer, and Shawn O'Coyne, who hit a two-run homer, paced Granite Hills High School to a 10-5 victory over Helix in a Grossmont League game at Granite Hills. Granite Hills, which is 8-1 in league and 16-3 overall, extended its winning streak to 10 games. Helix is 5-5 and 8-10. Starter Mike Raskind (8-1) pitched five innings. Jason Ledford led Helix with three doubles and scored three runs.
March 23, 2001 |
James Zumwalt has always been proud of his daughter Fran, who followed in his footsteps and those of his wife, Margarida, to become a teacher at Granite Hills High School. On Thursday, he was frantic with worry--and then very proud of her again. Fran Zumwalt, a 47-year-old social studies teacher, was slightly wounded Thursday by shotgun pellets allegedly fired by Jason Hoffman, 18. She was one of five injured by gunfire--in addition to the suspect, who was shot by a campus police officer.
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May 11, 2001 |
The assistant principal of Granite Hills High School testified Thursday that a smiling Jason Hoffman leveled a shotgun at him and said, "I'm going to get you," before beginning a shooting rampage March 22 that left five people wounded. Testifying in Hoffman's preliminary hearing, Daniel Barnes said he dove through a door just as the senior at the El Cajon school fired a blast that shattered the door's window.