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SPORTS
November 19, 2000
Edison won a coin toss Saturday and will host its Southern Section second-round Division I playoff game Friday against second-seeded Los Angeles Loyola. The game will be played at Orange Coast College. Mater Dei and Esperanza, the other two Orange County teams alive in Division I, will play on the road. The Monarchs lost a coin flip and will play at third-seeded Rialto Eisenhower.
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SPORTS
November 18, 2000 | DAVE McKIBBEN
The top high school singles and doubles players in Orange County are spread out across Southern California today as they participate in the Southern Section individual preliminaries. Four singles players and four doubles teams from each of the four sites will advance to the section championships at the Claremont Club for the Round of 16 and quarterfinals on Nov. 30. The semifinals and finals also will be at the Claremont Club on Dec. 1.
SPORTS
November 16, 2000 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Southern Section Executive Committee denied Santa Margarita's appeal Wednesday to move from the Parochial Area into the Orange County Area for the 2002-06 releaguing cycle. Then, using the same set of criteria, it overturned a previous decision and will allow Orange Lutheran and Calvary Chapel to participate in Orange County public school leagues. Calvary Chapel and Orange Lutheran will look for a new home outside the Olympic League, probably the five-team Sea View or Golden West leagues.
SPORTS
November 13, 2000 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three of the eight Orange County football teams vying for at-large berths in the Southern Section playoffs were rewarded Sunday, but two of those three paid the price in the bracketing process. Servite and Fountain Valley received two of the three available berths in Division I, and Ocean View was awarded the lone berth in Division VI. Three county schools were shut out in Division IX in favor of Baldwin Park as each vied for the one playoff berth.
SPORTS
November 12, 2000
A brief look at the six Southern Section football divisions that include Orange County schools (pairings to be announced today): DIVISION I League champions--Rialto Eisenhower (9-1, Citrus Belt), Los Angeles Loyola (9-1, Del Rey), Long Beach Poly (10-0, Moore), Santa Margarita (8-2, Serra), Esperanza (9-1, Sunset). Overview--Defending co-champions Long Beach Poly and Mater Dei, along with traditional powers Eisenhower, Redlands, Loyola, Santa Fe Springs St.
SPORTS
November 10, 2000 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He might not immediately come to mind when considering Orange County's best high school football player, but some say Tyler Thompson is an unheralded jewel, a gem that shines on offense, defense and special teams for Santa Margarita. "Tyler's the heartbeat of our team," Santa Margarita Coach Jim Hartigan said. "When he plays well, we play well. When I ask him to step up, everyone else follows. He's the pulse of our football team."
SPORTS
November 9, 2000 | BEN BOLCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Reaffirming a recent ruling by Southern Section Commissioner James Staunton, a section hearing committee on Wednesday voted unanimously to sustain the athletic suspension of Villa Park basketball player Martin Iti. Tom Byrnes, a former state and section commissioner who served as chair of the three-person committee, said there was insufficient evidence to overturn Staunton's decision last week to uphold Villa Park Principal Fran Roney's one-year suspension of Iti.
SPORTS
November 8, 2000 | PETER YOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The University High girls' golf team received new life Tuesday when Southern Section Commissioner Jim Staunton overturned a decision that disqualified the Trojans from the South Divisional tournament. University, which won the tournament Monday but was disqualified for violating the advice rule, has been awarded the tournament title and will advance to the Southern Section finals.
SPORTS
November 7, 2000 | PETER YOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The prep golf avalanche known as the advice rule, tenuously perched above the sport for three years, fell in on University High during the Southern Section South Divisional tournament Monday, leaving Orange County's top-ranked team in limbo. The tournament committee disqualified tournament champion University for violating a rule that prohibits players from communicating on the course.
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