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November 9, 1997 | K.L. MARTINEZ
In a game of halves, Valley College lost the second and decisive one and fell to Southwest, 26-14, in a Western State Conference Southern Division game Saturday at Southwest. Valley (5-3, 1-2 in conference play) built a 14-0 first-half lead on a two-yard touchdown run by Jamian Barbour and a 96-yard pass play from Tom Racius to Randall Lane.
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October 7, 1995 | PETER YOON, Special to the Times
St. Bernard High came up with some big pays but Crespi did all the little things right in a 35-21 nonleague victory Friday night at St. Bernard. Jamian Barbour rushed for 201 yards in 24 carries and scored four touchdowns as the Celts (3-2) used a take-what-they-give-you running attack. He scored three unanswered touchdowns as Crespi took a 28-14 halftime lead. Ryan Block helped out with punt returns of 22 and 40 yards in the first half that set up Crespi touchdowns.
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October 28, 1995 | TED KIAN
Crespi 22, Alemany 0--Jamian Barbour rushed for 166 yards and three touchdowns in 31 carries to lead visiting Crespi (5-3, 2-1 in league play). Crespi's Ryan Block made three interceptions to help spoil homecoming for Alemany (7-1, 0-3). Mark Stipkovich recovered an Alemany fumble to set up Barbour's one-yard touchdown run with 10:13 left in the second quarter.
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October 24, 1997
Moorpark will play host to the Southern California dual-meet wrestling championships on Saturday, a one-day tournament that will include six schools. The winner of the tournament will play host to the state dual-meet championships Nov. 15. Ati Conner of Moorpark, who placed second in the state as a senior at Dos Pueblos High in 1996, is 17-0 and ranked first at 167 pounds in Southern California. Conner and teammate Juan Roman, 17-0 at 126, placed first Saturday at the West Valley tournament.
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October 21, 1995 | FRANK CARULLI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Crespi High held off a second-half comeback bid and escaped with a 17-13 Del Rey League victory over St. Paul on Friday night at Pierce College. After trailing, 14-0, at halftime, St. Paul (4-3, 0-2 in league play) closed the gap to four points on a six-yard touchdown run by Saul Frausto with 8 minutes 30 seconds remaining. However, that was the last time the Swordsmen were able to move past their 25-yard line. A 34-yard third-quarter field goal by Greg Boskin helped Crespi (4-3, 1-1) keep St.
NEWS
September 8, 1995
FACTS AND FIGURES: Opponents should be relieved that Bishop Amat, ranked No. 1 in the nation most of last season, has lost 18 starters, including tailback Daylon McCutcheon (USC) and defensive end Kory Minor (Notre Dame). However, Bishop Amat still figures to have the league's top offensive threat, tailback Ralph Brown, an All-Southern Section defensive back who was McCutcheon's backup. . . . League coaches say the race should be more competitive than last year. . . . St.
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September 16, 1995 | VINCE LOUGHNANE
Penalties brought back two fourth-quarter San Fernando High touchdowns and the Tigers fell to Westchester, 12-6, Friday night in a nonleague game at Westchester. With no time remaining, San Fernando quarterback Keijuan Douglas connected with Robert Garcia for what appeared to be a 54-yard touchdown pass. However, the play was nullified by an illegal procedure penalty. Earlier in the quarter, a 32-yard touchdown run by Roger Bausley was erased by a holding penalty.
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September 30, 1995 | MIKE BRESNAHAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Notre Dame High's 27-14 nonleague victory over Crespi won't make many appearances on either team's highlight reel at the end of the season. But the good news went to the Knights, who won Friday night's contest at Notre Dame despite 14 penalties and several stalled drives. "We made so many mistakes, it makes it hard to enjoy," said Notre Dame Coach Kevin Rooney, whose Knights moved to 4-0. "But any time we beat Crespi, we feel good about it."
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November 12, 1995 | MICHAEL LAZARUS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Loyola High's Nick Vanis fumbled the opening kickoff, it seemed to be the kind of break Crespi needed in its battle for football playoff survival. But the Celts' joy was short-lived, as the fumble was nullified by a face-mask penalty and Vanis did his part to end Crespi's postseason plans. Vanis rushed for 242 yards in 21 carries and scored both of the Cubs' touchdowns in a 17-6 victory Saturday night at Glendale High.
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