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April 12, 1989 | SAM FARMER
Foothill League officials saddled Hart High with only its fourth baseball loss in two seasons Tuesday by disallowing Hart's bid to finish a game against Alhambra that was suspended because of darkness. The decision was reached in an hour-long meeting of principals from the six league schools, according to league president Timothy Buchanan, who is the principal at Burroughs. Umpires suspended the March 17 game with Hart trailing, 3-2, with two runners on base and two out in the sixth inning.
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April 2, 1998 | PETER YOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dark clouds turned to clear skies in the middle of Hart High's baseball game against Valencia on Wednesday at Hart, but that wasn't the only thing that became clear. Hart, dominant in a 7-0 victory, made it obvious it is the team to beat in the Foothill League.
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June 4, 1989 | ANDY RIVERA, Times Staff Writer
Newhall Hart High School, a team that had been averaging 11 hits a game in the playoffs, found pitcher Mark Mattingly too tough to handle as Cerritos won the Southern Section 4-A Division championship, 4-1, at Dodger Stadium. Mattingly raised his record to 11-2 as he held the Indians to just five hits. "Mattingly handled us," Hart Coach Bud Murray said. Mattingly, a right-handed senior, shrugged off the accolades and gave credit to his defense and a slider he has perfected this season.
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March 31, 1993 | JASON H. REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hart High's Eric Spindt is accustomed to pressure. He thrives on it as the starting point guard for the Indians' basketball team. Saugus learned firsthand Tuesday afternoon that the same applies to baseball. Spindt, a junior left-handed reliever, struck out both batters he faced with the bases loaded in the seventh inning to earn his first save and secure Hart's 7-5 Foothill League victory over the Centurions in Newhall. "Yeah, I'm used to that stuff," Spindt said.
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April 2, 1998 | PETER YOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dark clouds turned to clear skies in the middle of Hart High's baseball game against Valencia on Wednesday at Hart, but that wasn't the only thing that became clear. Hart, dominant in a 7-0 victory, made it obvious it is the team to beat in the Foothill League.
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April 12, 1989
Pitcher German Louisiaga of Alhambra High was not able to pick his spots Tuesday with the same accuracy he displayed against Hart a month ago. But most of the spots Hart batters were picking to smack Louisiaga's curve were already occupied by Alhambra fielders. The Indians were limited to eight hits in a 5-4 loss at Alhambra. "He didn't have his stuff," Hart Coach Bud Murray said of Louisiaga, who also beat Hart a month ago. Louisiaga struck out four and walked four Tuesday.
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April 15, 1989 | VINCE KOWALICK, Times Staff Writer
Hart High got mad. And 18 hits. And towering home runs by Lance Migita, Casey Burrill and Ray Gardocki. And six innings of one-run, four-hit pitching from sophomore right-hander Keith Halcovich. And a 19-3 Foothill League victory Friday over visiting Alhambra. And, yes, the Indians got even--in a sense. The record will show that Alhambra, a decidedly weaker foe, defeated Hart twice in three meetings this season. But one of those victories was finalized Tuesday by league officials, who denied Hart's request to resume a March 17 game that was halted because of darkness with the Moors leading, 3-2, and Hart at bat with two runners on base in the bottom of the sixth.
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March 31, 1993 | JASON H. REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hart High's Eric Spindt is accustomed to pressure. He thrives on it as the starting point guard for the Indians' basketball team. Saugus learned firsthand Tuesday afternoon that the same applies to baseball. Spindt, a junior left-handed reliever, struck out both batters he faced with the bases loaded in the seventh inning to earn his first save and secure Hart's 7-5 Foothill League victory over the Centurions in Newhall. "Yeah, I'm used to that stuff," Spindt said.
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April 25, 1987 | MARK LANGILL, Times Staff Writer
Casey Burrill of Hart High was the only player on the baseball field who felt any pressure in the late innings Friday afternoon during Hart's 10-4, Foothill League victory at Burroughs. When Burrill came to bat in the sixth inning with the bases empty, the only thought on his mind was hitting a home run. No, it wasn't for his teammates or his coach. They were practically asleep in the dugout after Hart had jumped out to an 9-0 lead by the third inning.
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March 8, 1990 | VINCE KOWALICK
In other games: Hart 2, Crespi 1--An eighth-inning, bases-loaded walk to R. J. Simone was the difference for the host Indians in a third-round game of the El Segundo tournament. Hart (3-0) loaded the bases against reliever Ryan Staley (0-1), who replaced Pat Bennett after seven strong innings. Bennett, a senior right-hander who was 4-8 last season, yielded only two hits and struck out five.
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June 4, 1989 | ANDY RIVERA, Times Staff Writer
Newhall Hart High School, a team that had been averaging 11 hits a game in the playoffs, found pitcher Mark Mattingly too tough to handle as Cerritos won the Southern Section 4-A Division championship, 4-1, at Dodger Stadium. Mattingly raised his record to 11-2 as he held the Indians to just five hits. "Mattingly handled us," Hart Coach Bud Murray said. Mattingly, a right-handed senior, shrugged off the accolades and gave credit to his defense and a slider he has perfected this season.
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April 15, 1989 | VINCE KOWALICK, Times Staff Writer
Hart High got mad. And 18 hits. And towering home runs by Lance Migita, Casey Burrill and Ray Gardocki. And six innings of one-run, four-hit pitching from sophomore right-hander Keith Halcovich. And a 19-3 Foothill League victory Friday over visiting Alhambra. And, yes, the Indians got even--in a sense. The record will show that Alhambra, a decidedly weaker foe, defeated Hart twice in three meetings this season. But one of those victories was finalized Tuesday by league officials, who denied Hart's request to resume a March 17 game that was halted because of darkness with the Moors leading, 3-2, and Hart at bat with two runners on base in the bottom of the sixth.
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April 12, 1989 | SAM FARMER
Foothill League officials saddled Hart High with only its fourth baseball loss in two seasons Tuesday by disallowing Hart's bid to finish a game against Alhambra that was suspended because of darkness. The decision was reached in an hour-long meeting of principals from the six league schools, according to league president Timothy Buchanan, who is the principal at Burroughs. Umpires suspended the March 17 game with Hart trailing, 3-2, with two runners on base and two out in the sixth inning.
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April 12, 1989
Pitcher German Louisiaga of Alhambra High was not able to pick his spots Tuesday with the same accuracy he displayed against Hart a month ago. But most of the spots Hart batters were picking to smack Louisiaga's curve were already occupied by Alhambra fielders. The Indians were limited to eight hits in a 5-4 loss at Alhambra. "He didn't have his stuff," Hart Coach Bud Murray said of Louisiaga, who also beat Hart a month ago. Louisiaga struck out four and walked four Tuesday.
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April 25, 1987 | MARK LANGILL, Times Staff Writer
Casey Burrill of Hart High was the only player on the baseball field who felt any pressure in the late innings Friday afternoon during Hart's 10-4, Foothill League victory at Burroughs. When Burrill came to bat in the sixth inning with the bases empty, the only thought on his mind was hitting a home run. No, it wasn't for his teammates or his coach. They were practically asleep in the dugout after Hart had jumped out to an 9-0 lead by the third inning.
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March 25, 1989
Sophomore Keith Halcovich pitched a three-hit shutout and Hart High pounded out 15 hits Friday to defeat Glendale, 9-0, in the Chaparral baseball tournament in Las Vegas. The win kept Hart unbeaten heading into the final day of the round-robin tournament. The Indians (7-1) play a doubleheader today against Boulder City, Nev., and Pleasant Grove, Utah. Hart's David Toledo had three hits and scored two runs.
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