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May 9, 1992
In other Avocado League games: El Camino 6, Oceanside 3--The Wildcats (10-12, 6-4) used an unusual combination of speed and power to topple their rivals, with home runs by Chris Christobale and Daniel Espozito and eight stolen bases. Martin Arispe, who has seven homers this year, stole home for the second time this season. The Pirates (12-11-2, 3-7) threatened with the bases loaded and one out in the sixth, but Espozito, relieving for Tyson Allen (3-2), threw one pitch and got a double play.
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October 15, 1997 | JON MATSUMOTO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Singer-guitarist Jamie Blake admits that she had some serious doubts about launching her touring career with free performances at 23 Hard Rock Cafes across the United States. She had visions of playing to annoyed customers more interested in eating and talking than in listening to an unknown performer blaring unfamiliar rock 'n' roll. But, a few dates into her hard-won sojourn, Blake believes record label A&M set her on the right path.
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ENTERTAINMENT
October 15, 1997 | JON MATSUMOTO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Singer-guitarist Jamie Blake admits that she had some serious doubts about launching her touring career with free performances at 23 Hard Rock Cafes across the United States. She had visions of playing to annoyed customers more interested in eating and talking than in listening to an unknown performer blaring unfamiliar rock 'n' roll. But, a few dates into her hard-won sojourn, Blake believes record label A&M set her on the right path.
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August 8, 2000 | HOWARD ROSENBERG, TIMES TELEVISION CRITIC
After reinventing twerpiness and caustic snickering as successful mainstream comedy ("Just Shoot Me"), David Spade resurfaces twofold tonight in "Sammy," his animated new sitcom that NBC withheld from its schedule so long because it considered it, er, funny? (Insert David Spade smirk).
SPORTS
May 28, 1992
In the opening round of the San Diego Section 1-A baseball playoffs, La Jolla Country Day came up with two runs in the bottom of the eighth to beat Imperial, 5-4. Imperial scored two in the seventh to tie, then added another in the top of the eighth to take its first lead, but all was spoiled when Country Day came up with two runs in the bottom half of the inning.
SPORTS
May 2, 1992
La Jolla Country Day's Jamie Blake pitched struck out five and walked only one as he pitched a no-hitter to lead the Torres to a 6-0 victory against Julian in a 1-A Coastal League baseball game Friday. Blake, a senior right-hander, took advantage of an outstanding curveball. He got the better of Julian's Graham Koonce, who entered the week as the San Diego Section's second-leading batter with a .551 average. Koonce went 0 for 3.
SPORTS
April 10, 1992
Mira Mesa, ranked third in San Diego County, needed extra innings to get past Serra, 4-3, in a City Eastern League baseball game Thursday. The visiting Marauders got two singles off losing pitcher Joe Rayoan (0-1) in the eighth inning. A passed ball and Brian Wilson's two-run double supplied Mira Mesa with the runs it needed. Wilson finished two for four with three RBIs.
SPORTS
May 26, 1992 | JIM LINDGREN
Normally, the San Diego Section prefers to have its championship events at neutral sites. It made an exception this year. The badminton final was supposed to be Friday at 3:30 p.m. at Serra High, but Crawford and San Diego, the two finalists, both had proms that night, and they wanted to move the time up. Serra's gym was unavailable, so they agreed to play at Crawford. The Colts' gym was available because it was staff development day at Crawford, and students had the day off.
SPORTS
April 19, 1991
The plan was for San Marcos' Jeff Huberts to throw two or three innings Thursday, then give way to the bullpen. But when Huberts had perfect game going after three innings, San Marcos Coach Ron Layton scrapped the plan. Huberts is glad he did. The junior right-hander went on to throw a perfect game against host Escondido in a 3-0 victory for eighth-ranked San Marcos. Huberts (4-0) struck out five and only had two three-ball counts. On both occasions, he wound up with strikeouts.
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