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June 6, 1999 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Junior Nichole Denby and freshman Tracee Thomas led Riverside J.W. North to its first girls' title in the state track and field championships Saturday night before 16,175 at Sacramento City College. J.W. North defeated runner-up Long Beach Wilson, 42-27. The girls' title race had boiled down to a two-team battle between Wilson and J.W. North after Friday's preliminaries and both teams started the finals well. Denby won the 100 high hurdles in a wind-aided 13.
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June 6, 1999 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Junior Nichole Denby and freshman Tracee Thomas led Riverside J.W. North to its first girls' title in the state track and field championships Saturday night before 16,175 at Sacramento City College. J.W. North defeated runner-up Long Beach Wilson, 42-27. The girls' title race had boiled down to a two-team battle between Wilson and J.W. North after Friday's preliminaries and both teams started the finals well. Denby won the 100 high hurdles in a wind-aided 13.
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March 4, 2007 | From Times Staff Reports
Kisa Hughes, a former All-Pacific 10 Conference basketball player at UCLA, died of colon cancer Thursday at her home in Riverside, her sister Kilee said Saturday. She was 33. A graduate of J.W. North High School in Riverside, where she played basketball and volleyball, Hughes attended Cal State Fullerton and was named Big West Conference freshman of the year in basketball. She transferred to UCLA and was among the Pac-10 leaders in rebounding and scoring all three seasons there.
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June 23, 2010 | By Philip Hersh
She was doing a final workout in Atlanta before leaving for three meets in Europe last month, and high jumper Chaunte Howard Lowe decided to do some block starts, just for fun. "Nothing serious; I'm not that fast," said Lowe, once a sprinter-hurdler, setting up her punch line: "I've heard some shot-putters also do the high jump for fun." That is the sort of whimsical good humor everyone expects Lowe to exude. So imagine the surprise on the Georgia Tech track that day when Howard settled into the blocks and suddenly yelled, "I'm tired of losing!"
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April 19, 2000 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jim Edmonds is plastered all over the National League leaderboard, the St. Louis Cardinal center fielder ranking first or second in several categories. But that doesn't mean the Angels' March 23 trade of Edmonds has been one of those lopsided deals the Angels are infamous for. Kent Bottenfield, the pitcher the Angels acquired from St.
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November 29, 1991 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Geez, lose one All-American center and your program might as well fall off the face of the earth. That's how Cal State Fullerton women's basketball Coach Maryalyce Jeremiah feels these days. Life after Genia Miller begins for the Titans tonight with Fullerton playing host to Gonzaga in the Titan Gatorade Classic. And it begins with very little fanfare for a team coming off its best season in 14 years.
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December 7, 1990
Mike Bartee, Riverside J.W. North High School's basketball coach, called his team's 55-54 victory over Mater Dei Thursday night in the Trabuco Hills Tournament, "a huge win . . . one that can make your program." It was only a second-round tournament game, but there was no doubt that North's victory over Mater Dei was an upset any way one viewed it.
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