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October 28, 1996 | Associated Press
Martin Zapata scored two goals and assisted on another as Colombian champion Deportivo Cali defeated the Los Angeles Galaxy, 3-2, in an exhibition Sunday in front of 12,723 at the Rose Bowl. Zapata put Cali ahead in the eighth minute, heading in Edison Mafla's corner kick, and scored again on a header off a Mafla free kick in the 76th minute. Mafla scored Cali's second goal in the 67th minute, beating goalkeeper David Kramer from close range.
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August 13, 1998 | GRAHAME L. JONES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's easy to see that Lawrence Lozzano is the new guy in the locker room. He keeps referring to the Galaxy as "they" rather than "we." Traded to Los Angeles last week by the San Jose Clash in exchange for forward Harut Karapetyan, Lozzano, 28, has come full circle. His soccer career began just down the 605 Freeway at Gahr High in Cerritos. After that he played for the California Emperors in Redlands, where Galaxy Coach Octavio Zambrano was an assistant coach, and then for the Los Angeles Salsa.
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May 5, 1996 | TRIS WYKES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Harut Karapetyan is living an Armenian Dream, only in America. It's a dream that began when he was a child in Armenia, before he could speak in sentences but babbled happily whenever he saw soccer balls or similar objects. It continued through his adolescence, as he traveled about 15 miles each day to play soccer--his country's sporting passion--and attend a state-run school for gifted athletes. The dream survived his family's immigration to Hollywood in 1989 and the hard times that followed.
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October 28, 1996 | Associated Press
Martin Zapata scored two goals and assisted on another as Colombian champion Deportivo Cali defeated the Los Angeles Galaxy, 3-2, in an exhibition Sunday in front of 12,723 at the Rose Bowl. Zapata put Cali ahead in the eighth minute, heading in Edison Mafla's corner kick, and scored again on a header off a Mafla free kick in the 76th minute. Mafla scored Cali's second goal in the 67th minute, beating goalkeeper David Kramer from close range.
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August 13, 1998 | GRAHAME L. JONES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's easy to see that Lawrence Lozzano is the new guy in the locker room. He keeps referring to the Galaxy as "they" rather than "we." Traded to Los Angeles last week by the San Jose Clash in exchange for forward Harut Karapetyan, Lozzano, 28, has come full circle. His soccer career began just down the 605 Freeway at Gahr High in Cerritos. After that he played for the California Emperors in Redlands, where Galaxy Coach Octavio Zambrano was an assistant coach, and then for the Los Angeles Salsa.
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May 17, 2000 | GRAHAME L. JONES
at San Jose, 7 TV--Fox Sports Net 2 * Site--Spartan Stadium, San Jose. * Radio--KRLA 1110 (English); KTNQ 1020 (Spanish). * Records--Galaxy 5-0-4; Earthquakes 2-5-2. * Record vs. Earthquakes--(1999) 3-1. * Update--The Galaxy finally has Luis Hernandez, but the Earthquakes continue to await another Mexican striker, Jose Manuel Abundis, who is expected to join San Jose once the Mexican playoffs are over. The team could use him.
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October 20, 1996 | GRAHAME L. JONES, Times Staff Writer
GALAXY RECORD Regular season, 19-13; playoffs, 4-1 TODAY'S LINEUP *--* Pos. Name No. G Jorge Campos 9 D Mark Semioli 3 D Robin Fraser 4 D Curt Onalfo 20 D Greg Vanney 18 M Jorge Salcedo 5 M Cobi Jones 13 M Mauricio Cienfuegos 10 M Chris Armas 14 F Eduardo Hurtado 29 F Ante Razov 25 *--* D.C. UNITED RECORD Regular season, 16-16; playoffs, 4-1 TODAY'S LINEUP *--* Pos. Name No.
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September 17, 1998 | GRAHAME L. JONES
Three solid saves by Galaxy goalkeeper Kevin Hartmann and a dreadful miss by San Jose defender John Doyle combined to give the Galaxy a 1-0 shootout victory over the Clash in front of a Major League Soccer crowd of 15,893 at Spartan Stadium in San Jose on Wednesday night. Hartmann twice denied El Salvador national team winger Ronald Cerritos with diving saves during regulation play, first in the 57th minute and again in the 89th.
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September 19, 1997 | GRAHAME L. JONES
Opponent--Dallas Burn. Site--Rose Bowl. Time--7:30. Radio--KTNQ (1020). Records--Galaxy 13-16; Burn 15-14. Record vs. Burn--2-1. Galaxy update--A victory tonight would clinch a playoff berth for the Galaxy, which defeated the Burn, 3-1, in Dallas last Sunday, playing without midfielder Mauricio Cienfuegos or defender Paul Caligiuri. Both players return for tonight's game. "We really controlled the game from the start," interim Coach Octavio Zambrano said.
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March 23, 1997 | MELANIE NEFF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Brad Wilson, a Cal State Fullerton alumnus, scored what turned out to be the winning goal Saturday night, as the Galaxy defeated Club Deportivo FAS of El Salvador, 3-2, in an exhibition match in front of 3,000 at Santa Ana Stadium. Wilson, who led El Toro High to the 1990 Southern Section Division III title, entered the game midway through the second half and put the Galaxy up, 3-1, in the 75th minute.
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May 5, 1996 | TRIS WYKES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Harut Karapetyan is living an Armenian Dream, only in America. It's a dream that began when he was a child in Armenia, before he could speak in sentences but babbled happily whenever he saw soccer balls or similar objects. It continued through his adolescence, as he traveled about 15 miles each day to play soccer--his country's sporting passion--and attend a state-run school for gifted athletes. The dream survived his family's immigration to Hollywood in 1989 and the hard times that followed.
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