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February 21, 1997 | PAIGE A. LEECH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pitchers Jamie Gillies of Saugus and Sara Griffin of Simi Valley grew up about 30 miles apart, but the distance didn't seem to matter. As much as Gillies heard about Griffin, two years her senior, they might as well have been neighbors. Griffin's success at Simi Valley High, where she had a record of 63-6 in her career and led the Pioneers to a Southern Section Division I title in 1993, was not exactly a well-kept secret. "I remember seeing her name in the [newspaper] a lot," Gillies said.
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February 21, 1997 | PAIGE A. LEECH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pitchers Jamie Gillies of Saugus and Sara Griffin of Simi Valley grew up about 30 miles apart, but the distance didn't seem to matter. As much as Gillies heard about Griffin, two years her senior, they might as well have been neighbors. Griffin's success at Simi Valley High, where she had a record of 63-6 in her career and led the Pioneers to a Southern Section Division I title in 1993, was not exactly a well-kept secret. "I remember seeing her name in the [newspaper] a lot," Gillies said.
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March 16, 1994
Jamie Gillies SCHOOL: Saugus SPORT: Softball YEAR: Sophomore SEASON AT A GLANCE: Gillies, who backed up Adria Lombardi last season, has carried the pitching load for Saugus so far this year. The sophomore right-hander has eight of the Centurions' 11 victories. Before being beaten, 4-1, by Marina on Tuesday night, she had allowed 18 hits and two earned runs in 54 1/3 innings, with 52 strikeouts and 18 walks.
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June 5, 1996 | DANA HADDAD
Jamie Gillies said she needed to prove herself. The idea seemed absurd, considering the Saugus High pitcher was entering her senior season with a three-year record of 50-8, having already accepted a full scholarship to Michigan. "My sophomore year was great," said Gillies, a 5-foot-10 1/2 right-hander who was then much shorter but good enough to be chosen first All-Valley by The Times. Such honors eluded Gillies in 1995, when her earned-run average grew to 1.05 from 0.49 the previous season.
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June 5, 1996 | DANA HADDAD
Jamie Gillies said she needed to prove herself. The idea seemed absurd, considering the Saugus High pitcher was entering her senior season with a three-year record of 50-8, having already accepted a full scholarship to Michigan. "My sophomore year was great," said Gillies, a 5-foot-10 1/2 right-hander who was then much shorter but good enough to be chosen first All-Valley by The Times. Such honors eluded Gillies in 1995, when her earned-run average grew to 1.05 from 0.49 the previous season.
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June 5, 1996
SOFTBALL First Team *--* Player Position School Mary Colleran P Hart Sandra Durazo P Kennedy Danielle Ferreira P Crescenta Valley Jamie Gillies P Saugus Tina Kinney P Hoover Jodi Kent C Verdugo Hills Jodie Cox IF Quartz Hill Nicole Giordano IF Saugus Tami Jones IF El Camino Real Maureen LeCocq IF Chaminade Tina Curcio OF Alemany Kristi Di Marco OF Palmdale Ramona Shelburne OF El Camino Real *--* Second Team *--* Player Position School Jessica Creith P Granada Hills Kim Diener P Alemany Vicki
SPORTS
January 31, 1996
Highland and Littlerock highs have added football games against Las Vegas teams to replace Ridgecrest Burroughs on their 1996 schedules. Burroughs will drop out of the Golden League to join the new Mojave River League. Highland will play Silverado, and Littlerock will face Valley on Sept. 6 in Las Vegas. Palmdale also is considering a game in Las Vegas. Quartz Hill will play Lompoc and Antelope Valley will face Sylmar.
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April 25, 1995 | DANA HADDAD
If you want to get something done, sometimes you've got to do it yourself. That's what Saugus High right fielder Jill Passafiume must have been thinking when she drove in the winning run with two out in the seventh inning of a 3-2 victory over Hart on Monday in a Foothill League game at Saugus that broke a first-place tie.
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May 27, 1999 | PAIGE A. LEECH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fourteen former high school players from the region will participate in the NCAA softball World Series starting today in Oklahoma City. What a formidable unit they would make. The players, representing seven of eight World Series teams, would feature a dominating pitcher in former La Canada High standout Lindsay Parker (10-0) of Fresno State, good speed, an excellent blend of slap and power hitters and some of the surest gloves in the college game.
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March 16, 1994
Jamie Gillies SCHOOL: Saugus SPORT: Softball YEAR: Sophomore SEASON AT A GLANCE: Gillies, who backed up Adria Lombardi last season, has carried the pitching load for Saugus so far this year. The sophomore right-hander has eight of the Centurions' 11 victories. Before being beaten, 4-1, by Marina on Tuesday night, she had allowed 18 hits and two earned runs in 54 1/3 innings, with 52 strikeouts and 18 walks.
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May 31, 1996 | MARTIN HENDERSON
DIVISION II Saugus (26-4) vs. Woodbridge (28-5), Mayfair Park, Lakewood, 7:30 p.m. Top-seeded and defending champion Woodbridge is trying to become only the third team to win five section softball titles (1987, '88, '92, '95). Christy Robitaille (21-4, 0.37 earned-run average) has 19 shutouts and gets plenty of offensive support from third baseman Lizzy Lemire (.370, 23 runs batted in), first baseman Ashley Boone (.364), designated hitter Jackie Sukiasian (.
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