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March 27, 1988
Adam Keefe, Woodbridge High School's 6-foot 9-inch center, was named the most valuable player of the Pacific Coast League for the second consecutive year in a vote of the league's coaches. Keefe averaged 26.3 points and 13.8 rebounds and shot 62% from the field as Woodbridge went undeafed in league play for the second straight season.
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April 5, 2011 | By Melissa Rohlin
2011 Times' high school girls' basketball all-star team: Ariya Crook-Williams, Long Beach Poly, 5-7, Sr. — Averaged 11.7 points in helping the Jackrabbits reach the Southern Section Division 1AA quarterfinals. Reshanda Gray, L.A. Washington, 6-3, Sr. — Averaged 19.2 points and 17.1 rebounds to lead her team to the state playoffs and earn a scholarship to California. Justine Hartman, Brea Olinda, 6-2, Sr. — The UCLA-bound center averaged 11.4 points to help the Ladycats reach the Division I regional semifinals.
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April 5, 2011 | By Melissa Rohlin
2011 Times' high school girls' basketball all-star team: Ariya Crook-Williams, Long Beach Poly, 5-7, Sr. — Averaged 11.7 points in helping the Jackrabbits reach the Southern Section Division 1AA quarterfinals. Reshanda Gray, L.A. Washington, 6-3, Sr. — Averaged 19.2 points and 17.1 rebounds to lead her team to the state playoffs and earn a scholarship to California. Justine Hartman, Brea Olinda, 6-2, Sr. — The UCLA-bound center averaged 11.4 points to help the Ladycats reach the Division I regional semifinals.
SPORTS
March 27, 1988
Adam Keefe, Woodbridge High School's 6-foot 9-inch center, was named the most valuable player of the Pacific Coast League for the second consecutive year in a vote of the league's coaches. Keefe averaged 26.3 points and 13.8 rebounds and shot 62% from the field as Woodbridge went undeafed in league play for the second straight season.
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