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December 9, 1993
Coach: Harry Hutcheson (second year). 1992-93: 18-5-4, 6-2-2 in the South Coast League; lost to eventual co-champion Claremont, 2-1, in the first round of the Division I playoffs. Key returners: Erin Daley, Sr., midfielder; Mandy Faulk, Sr., midfielder; Renee Greco, Sr., defender; Sarah Hannay, So., midfielder; Mary Johnson, Jr., defender; Lindsay Light, Sr., midfielder, first-team all-section; Tara Maher, Sr., midfielder; Kim McKay, Sr., forward; Renee Parker, Jr., forward; Laurel Simpson, Jr.
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December 9, 1993
Coach: Harry Hutcheson (second year). 1992-93: 18-5-4, 6-2-2 in the South Coast League; lost to eventual co-champion Claremont, 2-1, in the first round of the Division I playoffs. Key returners: Erin Daley, Sr., midfielder; Mandy Faulk, Sr., midfielder; Renee Greco, Sr., defender; Sarah Hannay, So., midfielder; Mary Johnson, Jr., defender; Lindsay Light, Sr., midfielder, first-team all-section; Tara Maher, Sr., midfielder; Kim McKay, Sr., forward; Renee Parker, Jr., forward; Laurel Simpson, Jr.
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SPORTS
January 17, 1993 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
If you spent your high school years in the late 1970s, early '80s, you know what it's like to cringe at a generational flashback or two. Farrah Fawcett haircuts. Angel Flight pants. The thomp-thomp-thomp of the "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack . . . Go ahead and gag. There's no reason not to. This was, after all, the Pet Rock era--ridiculous and forgettable. Which is why you have to wonder about Harry Hutcheson, Capistrano Valley girls' soccer coach.
SPORTS
January 17, 1993 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
If you spent your high school years in the late 1970s, early '80s, you know what it's like to cringe at a generational flashback or two. Farrah Fawcett haircuts. Angel Flight pants. The thomp-thomp-thomp of the "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack . . . Go ahead and gag. There's no reason not to. This was, after all, the Pet Rock era--ridiculous and forgettable. Which is why you have to wonder about Harry Hutcheson, Capistrano Valley girls' soccer coach.
SPORTS
March 23, 1994 | MARTIN BECK
Tino Ray Younger, girls' soccer coach at El Modena, and Harry Hutcheson, girls' coach at Capistrano Valley, announced their resignations Tuesday. Younger stepped down after four years to concentrate on coaching in college; Hutcheson resigned after two years to work on getting a full-time teaching job. Younger, who led the Vanguards to their first girls' soccer league title this season, also is an assistant coach at Cypress College. Cypress advanced to the State championship game last season.
SPORTS
January 21, 1994 | DAN ARRITT
The Mater Dei girls' soccer team earned some respect when the unranked Monarchs defeated No. 3 Capistrano Valley, 1-0, in a South Coast League game Thursday at Mater Dei. A goal by Trisha Steiner late in the game put Mater Dei on top of the league standings and might help the Monarchs (13-4-1, 4-0-1) earn a spot among the top 10. For much of the game, the Cougars (15-3-3, 4-1) employed seven attackers inside the penalty box, leaving only three defenders at midfield.
SPORTS
November 25, 1992
Coach: Harry Hutcheson (first year). 1991-92: 14-6-4, 3-6-1 in league; fourth in South Coast League. Key returners: Renee Greco, Jr., fullback; Lindsay Light, Jr., halfback; Alecia Maher, Sr., fullback; Renee Parker, So., forward; Robin Perry, Sr., fullback; Kim Thompson, Jr., halfback. Key newcomers: Jo-Ellen Bosco, So., forward; Jenne Riesz, So., fullback; Denise Velton, So., fullback.
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March 2, 1994 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Capistrano Valley got soft. Palos Verdes Peninsula got psyched. The Southern Section Division I girls' soccer teams changed during the second half of their semifinal game Tuesday at Capistrano Valley High. The personality shift worked in Peninsula's favor and the Panthers won, 2-1, to advance to Friday's final against top-seeded Marina. "I thought we'd beat them; it hasn't hit me," said senior forward Kim McKay, who scored to give the a 1-0 lead in the first half.
SPORTS
February 5, 1993 | KIM KUTCHER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Kerry Krause, the coach of top-ranked El Toro, saw it one way. Capistrano Valley Coach Harry Hutcheson saw it another. Either way, fourth-ranked Capistrano Valley came away with a 1-0 upset of El Toro in a South Coast League girls' soccer game Thursday at El Toro High. What did the coaches see differently? How the game was won. Hutcheson figured it was because his team, which entered the game tied for first in league with El Toro, played better defense.
SPORTS
July 15, 1994
Kellee Booth of Coto de Caza shot two-over-par 72 Thursday to take the lead after three rounds of the American Junior Golf Assn.'s Tournament of Champions at the 6,014-yard Oak Tree Country Club course in Edmond, Okla. Booth, whose three-day total is 220, is a stroke ahead of Beth Bauer, from Brandon, Fla. Santa Ana's Alicia Allison and Heather Graff of Kennewick, Wash., are third at 224. In the boys' division, Fullerton's Terry Noe shot 73 for a three-day total of 221, 16 shots off the lead.
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January 18, 2000 | DAVE McKIBBEN
Fountain Valley Coach Jason Smith accepted the first snub as an oversight. But when he didn't see his team among the top 10 in the latest Southern Section Division I poll, he began to take it personally. "I don't see what more we have to do," Smith said. "You'd have to be undefeated to have a better record than us."
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January 29, 1993 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
They're random, they're reckless, they're midseason blurbs. Drink these down with your morning cup of Java . . . * George Bush looks to be pretty bored this year. Give him the Laguna Beach football program and see if he can make anything out of it. * Some teams have heart; the Capistrano Valley girls' soccer team has Hearts. The Cougars play the card game on the bus ride to every away game.
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