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April 4, 1989 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, Times Staff Writer
Heather Drummond is a left fielder on Katella High School's freshman baseball team. And she'd like it to be as simple as that. No fanfare. Just another one of the players, hoping to do her best, improve and make the varsity some day. She'd like to play more. She has played only two innings and has one at-bat, a groundout to third base, in eight games, but other than that, things are going as well as can be expected. Drummond isn't trying to make a point or a stand of any kind.
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April 4, 1989 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, Times Staff Writer
Heather Drummond is a left fielder on Katella High School's freshman baseball team. And she'd like it to be as simple as that. No fanfare. Just another one of the players, hoping to do her best, improve and make the varsity some day. She'd like to play more. She has played only two innings and has one at-bat, a groundout to third base, in eight games, but other than that, things are going as well as can be expected. Drummond isn't trying to make a point or a stand of any kind.
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June 14, 1989
"You can do a lot of things outdoors that you can't do indoors. We do a lot more work on our outside game when we play indoors, but outdoors, we were able to get a very good game going indoors." --Capistrano Valley basketball Coach Mark Thornton, perhaps a little woozy from the sun at the Capistrano Beach summer tournament. By the way, it was outdoors. "I'll have to remind Jon at the dinner table that you don't swear at an umpire who's bleeding." --Pam Montgomery on her son, Jon, an outfielder on the Sunny Hills baseball team who had been ejected by an umpire.
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