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May 14, 1989
Heidi Voorhees shot eight-over-par 80 to earn a share of second place after the first round of the Edgewood Tahoe Junior Golf Classic at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course in Stateline, Nev. Voorhees, who attends Notre Dame High, is six shots behind Sheri Vincent of San Diego, the girls' 12-18 division leader. Voorhees' Notre Dame teammate, Emilee Klein, shot 86 and is in 12th place.
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February 9, 1997 | By PETER YOON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One might think Heidi Voorhees envies the success of her former Notre Dame High teammate Emilee Klein. One might think Voorhees, two years older than Klein, feels left behind after her longtime amateur adversary burst into the professional spotlight with two LPGA Tour victories last season. But while her own career has been a roller-coaster ride since she graduated from USC in 1994, Voorhees remained focused without getting caught up in the careers of others.
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April 10, 1990 | RICH TOSCHES
Heidi Voorhees, Emilee Klein and Renee Hunt threatened to turn the girls' division of the 40th Los Angeles Junior Golf Championship into a Valley sweep Monday, taking over the top spots midway through the 36-hole event at the Sepulveda golf courses. In the senior boys' division, five of the top seven spots were occupied by Valley golfers.
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August 11, 1991 | STEVE ELLING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After a week of playing the role of the youthful upstart, knocking off more experienced players at almost every turn, Heidi Voorhees of Studio City was felled Saturday by one of her golfing elders. Youth finally gave way to experience as Amy Fruhwirth of Phoenix defeated Voorhees, 5 and 4, in the match-play final of the U.S. Women's Amateur golf championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.
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August 11, 1991 | STEVE ELLING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After a week of playing the role of the youthful upstart, knocking off more experienced players at almost every turn, Heidi Voorhees of Studio City was felled Saturday by one of her golfing elders. Youth finally gave way to experience as Amy Fruhwirth of Phoenix defeated Voorhees, 5 and 4, in the match-play final of the U.S. Women's Amateur golf championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan.
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February 9, 1997 | By PETER YOON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One might think Heidi Voorhees envies the success of her former Notre Dame High teammate Emilee Klein. One might think Voorhees, two years older than Klein, feels left behind after her longtime amateur adversary burst into the professional spotlight with two LPGA Tour victories last season. But while her own career has been a roller-coaster ride since she graduated from USC in 1994, Voorhees remained focused without getting caught up in the careers of others.
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February 21, 1990
Heidi Voorhees, a senior at Notre Dame High, has orally committed to play golf next season for the women's team at USC. Voorhees, 17, a four-year starter on the golf team at Notre Dame and winner of numerous girls' junior tournaments, said that she will sign a letter of intent in April. Regarded as the best female senior in the area, Voorhees received a full scholarship.
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June 7, 1990
Heidi Voorhees of North Hollywood shot a six-over-par 148 Wednesday and is in third place after the first round of the girls' division of the USF&G Junior Classic golf tournament at English Turn Golf and Country Club in New Orleans. Studio City's Emilee Klein is fourth at 78-74--152. Maria Castellucci of Orlando, Fla., leads with a 74-72--146 and Shani Roth of Pepper Pike, Ohio, is second at 73-74--147.
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August 11, 1991 | Associated Press
In a battle of Pacific 10 Conference golfers, Amy Fruhwirth defeated Heidi Voorhees, 5 and 4, Saturday to win the 1991 U.S. Women's Amateur Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club. Fruhwirth, who earned medalist honors during stroke-play qualifying earlier in the week, enjoyed a lead of 3-up after 18 holes in the morning. She then birdied four holes in succession in the afternoon to take a commanding lead, and the match concluded on the 32nd hole of the match.
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March 22, 1989
Stephanie Martin defeated Heidi Voorhees on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff to win the Los Angeles City junior girls' golf title at Griffith Park on Tuesday. Martin, representing Saticoy Country Club in Camarillo, shot a 36-hole total of 157 (79-78) and parred the playoff hole. Voorhees, a junior at Notre Dame High, shot 79 after a 78 on Monday. Emilee Klein, Voorhees' teammate at Notre Dame, finished fourth with a 159. Klein shot a 77 in the first round but faded to an 82 Tuesday.
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April 10, 1990 | RICH TOSCHES
Heidi Voorhees, Emilee Klein and Renee Hunt threatened to turn the girls' division of the 40th Los Angeles Junior Golf Championship into a Valley sweep Monday, taking over the top spots midway through the 36-hole event at the Sepulveda golf courses. In the senior boys' division, five of the top seven spots were occupied by Valley golfers.
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May 14, 1989
Heidi Voorhees shot eight-over-par 80 to earn a share of second place after the first round of the Edgewood Tahoe Junior Golf Classic at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course in Stateline, Nev. Voorhees, who attends Notre Dame High, is six shots behind Sheri Vincent of San Diego, the girls' 12-18 division leader. Voorhees' Notre Dame teammate, Emilee Klein, shot 86 and is in 12th place.
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August 8, 1991 | From Staff Reports
It was a long day for a couple of Gladwyne, Pa., residents in the opening round of match play Wednesday in the United States Women's Amateur golf championship in Hutchinson, Kan. Emilee Klein of Studio City, one stroke off the pace after the first two rounds of stroke play, beat Elizabeth Haines on the 19th hole of their match, and medalist Amy Fruhwirth of Phoenix beat Margaret Young, 5 and 4. Both Haines and Young hail from Gladwyne.
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May 25, 1991
Leonice Brown, a football and track standout at San Fernando High, said Friday that he has scored 810 on the Scholastic Aptitude Test and is now eligible to matriculate to Colorado State, for which he has signed a letter of intent to play football. Brown signed with the Rams in February but the scholarship was contingent on his passing the SAT. The National Collegiate Athletic Assn.
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