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April 16, 2007 |
Jack Williams, a top Hollywood stuntman who got his first taste of stunt work on a horse at age 4 -- he was tossed from one rider to another in the 1926 silent film "The Flaming Forest" -- and later worked his way through USC riding horses and doing stunts in films such as "Gone With the Wind" and "Dodge City," has died. He was 85. Williams, a charter member of the Stuntmen's Assn.
March 29, 2014 |
Thomas Welsh, the 7-foot center from Los Angeles Loyola, has been selected the MVP of the Mission League. He has signed with UCLA. First-team all-league: Jack Williams, Chaminade, Sr.; Kyle Leufroy, St. Francis, Jr.; Max Hazzard, Loyola, Jr.; DJ Ursery, Crespi, Sr.; Brandon Boyd, Alemany, Sr.; Alex Copeland, Harvard-Westlake, Jr.; Derick Newton, Harvard-Westlake, Sr.; Michael Oguine, Chaminade, Jr. Eric.email@example.com ...
March 28, 2014 |
Michael Oguine scored 20 of his 26 points in the first half and finished with 13 rebounds to help West Hills Chaminade win its first state championship with a 71-51 victory over Sir Francis Drake in the Division III final at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento. Justin Eisen added 15 points and Trevor Stanback 12 for the Eagles (27-6), who played most of the game without 6-8 Jack Williams, who was ill. Eric.firstname.lastname@example.org
March 20, 2014 |
Seven players have been selected as John R. Wooden Award winners for high school basketball as players of the year. They are Westchester's Elijah Stewart (City Section); Mater Dei's Stanley Johnson (Division I); St. John Bosco's Daniel Hamilton (Division II); Chaminade's Jack Williams (Division III); Bishop Montgomery's Justin Bibbins (Division IV); San Gabriel Academy's Marcus LoVett Jr. (Division V), and Trinity Classical Academy's Ryan Brooks (Division VI). They will be presented their awards on April 11 at the Los Angeles Athletic Club.
January 10, 2014 |
After losing by 20 points to Loyola in its fourth game of the season, West Hills Chaminade showed how much it has improved, opening a 27-point margin through three quarters and finishing with a 73-61 road victory over the previously unbeaten Cubs in a Mission League game on Friday night. Loyola had been 14-0 and owned an 80-60 victory over Chaminade in a tournament final the opening week of the season in early December. But the Eagles (13-1) came out with matchup zone defense that saw 6-foot-10 Trevor Stanback and 6-8 Jack Williams pull down rebound after rebound following many missed Cub shots.
January 10, 2014 |
No. 2-ranked Loyola has a 14-game winning streak, but the Cubs trail Chaminade, 37-22, at halftime of their Mission League game at Loyola. Chamiande's matchup zone defense has been causing Loyola problems. The Cubs keep missing shots, and the balls are being rebounded by 6-foot-8 Jack Williams and 6-10 Trevor Stanback. On offense, Williams, a Long Beach State signee, has been effective, scoring 14 points. Stanback has eight points and Sammy Linn has seven. Loyola is going to need to change the tempo in the second half and start to rely on Parker Jackson-Cartwright to penetrate more on offense. Thomas Welsh, Loyola's 7-foot center, has been held to a season-low two points.