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March 4, 1995 | Dana Haddad
Two years ago, Fillmore High basketball player Jamie Arundell was the second-leading scorer in the state and No. 1 on the list of several college recruiters. Arundell, who averaged 29.4 points a game, received recruiting letters from more than 50 colleges and was hotly pursued by Pepperdine, Arizona State and Santa Clara. But she surprised everybody by taking an appointment to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. The unlikely choice was not popular with friends and advisers.
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March 4, 1995 | Dana Haddad
Two years ago, Fillmore High basketball player Jamie Arundell was the second-leading scorer in the state and No. 1 on the list of several college recruiters. Arundell, who averaged 29.4 points a game, received recruiting letters from more than 50 colleges and was hotly pursued by Pepperdine, Arizona State and Santa Clara. But she surprised everybody by taking an appointment to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. The unlikely choice was not popular with friends and advisers.
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April 16, 1993 | KENNEDY COSGROVE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
College prep, as practiced by Jamie Arundell of Fillmore High:-- Practice pushups and sit-ups. -- Sweat out two-mile runs through the sun-drenched orange orchards that surround her Fillmore home. -- Prepare for long hikes loaded down with a rifle, camping gear, food, water--30 pounds of equipment in all. -- Adjust mindset for an 0530 hour (5:30 a.m.) wake-up call each morning, arduous physical challenges and more than likely a plentiful dose of being yelled at, harangued and hazed.
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April 16, 1993 | KENNEDY COSGROVE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
College prep, as practiced by Jamie Arundell of Fillmore High:-- Practice pushups and sit-ups. -- Sweat out two-mile runs through the sun-drenched orange orchards that surround her Fillmore home. -- Prepare for long hikes loaded down with a rifle, camping gear, food, water--30 pounds of equipment in all. -- Adjust mindset for an 0530 hour (5:30 a.m.) wake-up call each morning, arduous physical challenges and more than likely a plentiful dose of being yelled at, harangued and hazed.
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December 17, 1997
Former Fillmore High standout Jamie Arundell is the second-leading scorer for the Army women's basketball team (3-5) with a 9.5 average. The 6-foot-1 senior forward, who took last year off from school, is also averaging 6.4 rebounds.
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December 25, 1992
A look at some of the Southland's top high school girls' basketball players. CENTERS Jamie Arundell Fillmore Lisi Cochran-Bond Pasadena Poly Shannon Perry Cerritos Amy Smith Morro Bay Tina Thompson Morningside GUARDS Nicole Erickson Brea-Olinda Cathleen Grice Crenshaw Mimi McKinney Peninsula Amee Pina Chino Kim Schielke Palmdale Joi Turner St.
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January 20, 1993
Janae Lautenschlager of Northridge won the one-meter springboard in the Nathan Meade International Diving meet in Sydney, Australia, last weekend. Lautenschlager, a Granada Hills High graduate, scored 265.92 points, defeating Jodie Rogers (238.80) of Australia and Mary Ellen Clark (238.20), a 1992 Olympic medalist from the United States. In the three-meter competition, Lautenschlager, a member of the U.S. national team, scored 472.05 points to finish second to Australia's Rachel Wilkes (490.02).
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March 10, 1993
Senior right-hander Jamie Arundell threw her second no-hitter in as many starts to lead Fillmore High to a 5-0 nonleague softball victory over visiting Santa Paula on Tuesday. Arundell (2-0), who threw a no-hitter Friday against Nordhoff, was two for three at the plate with a double. Crescenta Valley 11, Burbank 0--Sophomore Danielle Robertshaw allowed only one Burbank player to reach base while pitching a no-hitter with 12 strikeouts for visiting Crescenta Valley in a nonleague game.
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March 6, 1993
Bryan Krill won two individual events and ran a leg on the victorious 400-meter relay team to lead host Moorpark College to a win over Santa Monica and Santa Barbara City in a Western State Conference men's track meet Friday. The Raiders totaled 110 points, followed by Santa Monica (45) and Santa Barbara (25). Krill, a sophomore from Thousand Oaks High, won the 200 meters in 21.3 seconds and the 400 in a personal best of 47.1.
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April 1, 1993
Marion Jones of Thousand Oaks High was named Division I state player of the year in girls' basketball by Cal-Hi Sports, topping the list of area players who made the all-state team. Jones, a senior forward who will attend North Carolina on a basketball/track scholarship, averaged 22.8 points and 14.2 rebounds for the Lancers, who were No. 1 in the state for much of the season.
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June 22, 1993 | BRENDA DAY
Sixteen Ventura County high school graduates nominated by Reps. Anthony C. Beilenson and Elton Gallegly have been selected to attend U.S. military academies beginning next month. The students will emerge from their respective academies with college degrees as commissioned officers who will be expected to serve at least six years in the military.
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April 9, 1993
FIRST-TEAM PROFILES Jamie Arundell: CENTER, FILLMORE Arundell's game was points, points and more points. The senior was the second-leading scorer in the state with a 29.0 average and scored more than 40 points four times in her career. A Times' All-Ventura County selection last season when she averaged 24.6 points. Arundell, the Tri-Valley League most valuable player, will attend West Point and play on the Army basketball team.
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