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August 30, 1992 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jaime Worthem, junior tailback for Orange High School, gave a sheepish smile and finally 'fessed up to his goal. It's a biggie. "Well, if 2,000 yards will help the team win, that's what I'll do," Worthem said. "I certainly wouldn't pass on it." OK, Century League coaches, get to the nearest bulletin board. Tack up that quote for all to see. Fire up your team with the hasty words of an opponent. There's really nothing brash or rash about Worthem. He doesn't boast or strut to liven up his image.
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August 30, 1992 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jaime Worthem, junior tailback for Orange High School, gave a sheepish smile and finally 'fessed up to his goal. It's a biggie. "Well, if 2,000 yards will help the team win, that's what I'll do," Worthem said. "I certainly wouldn't pass on it." OK, Century League coaches, get to the nearest bulletin board. Tack up that quote for all to see. Fire up your team with the hasty words of an opponent. There's really nothing brash or rash about Worthem. He doesn't boast or strut to liven up his image.
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SPORTS
November 16, 1991 | VONDA VANDAVEER
Mike Knorr's 51-yard field goal provided the game's most exciting moment as Orange beat Santa Ana Valley, 33-0, at the Santa Ana Bowl Friday night. Orange was leading 21-0, when Knorr kicked the field goal late in the third quarter. The victory pushed Orange (6-3-1, 4-1) into a three-way tie with El Modena and Villa Park for the Century League championship. Orange will advance to the Southern Section Division III playoffs as the league's No. 1 entry as the result of a coin toss.
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November 30, 1992
1991-92 RECORDS OVERALL LEAGUE 8-14 0-10 * COACH RECORD AT SCHOOL Richard Bossenmeyer 24-24 * RETURNING STARTERS YR. HGT. P Pat Harris Jr. 6-2 F David Neal Jr. 6-2 G * TOP RETURNERS YR. HGT. P Nick Estrada Jr. 6-0 G Jaime Worthem Jr. 6-2 F * TOP NEWCOMERS YR. HGT. P Gil Gonzales Jr. 6-2 G Richie Esparza Jr. 6-4 C Jason Krause Jr. 6-4 F Daniel Kwon Sr. 5-10 G OUTLOOK The bottom fell out quickly last season. After an 8-4 preseason, the Panthers were winless in league play.
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November 6, 1992 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Without fanfare or feeling, Orange clinched a share of the Century League championship Thursday night at El Modena High. The Panthers took a business-like approach in their 17-0 victory over Santa Ana Valley, which gave them at least a share of the title for the second consecutive season. There was little emotion and few worries. They just did what they do best and won. "We just keep coming at people," defensive tackle Steve Sharer said. "We're not the biggest or the fastest.
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November 14, 1993
ORANGE 1992-93 RECORDS OVERALL: 13-13 LEAGUE: 6-5 COACH: RECORD AT SCHOOL Richard Bossenmeyer: 37-37 RETURNING STARTERS YR. HGT. P Nestor Cabalo Jr. 5-8 G Gil Gonzales Sr. 6-2 G Pat Harris Sr. 6-2 F David Neal Sr. 6-2 F Jaime Worthem Sr. 6-1 F TOP RETURNER YR. HGT. P Nick Estrada Sr. 6-0 G TOP NEWCOMER YR. HGT. P Jason Krauss Sr. 6-4 C OUTLOOK The Panthers have a good shot at the league title, which would be their first since 1985.
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October 30, 1992 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jacob Garza, Orange's undersized and overachieving linebacker, got every inch out of his 5-foot-9 frame. The Panthers' title hopes rested on those fingertips. Garza first tipped, then intercepted, a pass by El Modena's Matt Mitchell to preserve a 14-13 victory at El Modena High Thursday. It was the biggest defensive play by the Panthers in a game in which they made many. It allowed them to run off the final 40 seconds and give Garza a moment frozen in time.
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November 18, 1992 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Terry Henigan, Irvine High School football coach, shrugged and made his opinion on the Southern Section Division IV playoffs quite clear. "We're playing a third-place team and they beat their league champion by 20 points," Henigan said. "So there it is." No one is safe in the Division IV playoffs, not even the so-called elite. Irvine enters the playoffs seeded No. 2. Its reward was a matchup with Chino, the third-place team from the Baseline League.
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September 9, 1992 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The faces, races and places for the 1992 high school football season: The matchup--or rematchup--not to miss: Los Alamitos quarterback Tim Carey vs. Esperanza defensive lineman Travis Kirschke. The Empire League showdown on Oct. 30 will feature the county's top skill-position player against the county's top lineman. Carey, a 6-foot-4, 180-pound senior, went from unknown to unstoppable last season. He passed for 2,501 yards and 21 touchdowns.
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