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May 21, 1992 | MIKE COIL
School: Whitney High Sport: Baseball Position: First Base/Pitcher Class: Senior Hill led Whitney High of Cerritos to four consecutive wins in one week to propel the Wildcats into the playoffs. Hill was 8-for-15 during the week, including five doubles and a home run. He drove in 7 runs. He pitched in three games, winning one and saving another. In seven innings, he allowed two hits, walked three, struck out five and gave up one run.
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July 3, 2011 | By Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times
Jason Hill was from a Marine Corps family. His father, grandfather and great-grandfather served in the Marines . Early on, Hill knew he wanted to be a Marine but some youthful misbehavior and a casual attitude toward high school gave the Marines pause about allowing him to enlist. So with urging from his father and guidance from his homeroom teacher at a continuation school in the San Diego suburb of Poway , Hill got serious: bringing up his grades, running every day to get in shape and avoiding behavior that had gotten him in trouble.
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SPORTS
January 16, 2005
Jason Hill, Reseda Cleveland: Had 20 points and 12 rebounds and the Cavaliers, ranked No. 21 in the Southland by The Times, beat No. 13 Loyola, 58-54, in the California Hoops Challenge. * For more scores and highlights: www.latimes.com/sports/preps
BUSINESS
April 27, 2008 | Ken Bensinger, Times Staff Writer
For the son of a General Motors designer -- born and raised in Detroit in the final years of the "big, bigger and biggest" age of American cars -- creating a vehicle that doesn't even have a combustion engine would seem an unlikely fate. But in an era of nearly $4 gas, Jason Hill figured he had to do things a new way. That's why his cars are different. They're sleeker. They're more slippery. They weigh less and use recycled materials. In a word, they're greener.
SPORTS
October 26, 2004 | Howie Stalwick, Special to The Times
There is nothing tender about the Tenderloin, a scruffy, crime-ridden section of San Francisco that won't be found on many tourist maps. Jason Hill was born and raised close enough to the Tenderloin to witness all the despair and sadness, all the anger and frustration. At 19, he already has had to deal with many of those emotions himself.
SPORTS
February 24, 2005 | Eric Sondheimer, From Times Staff Reports
Feeding off the hustle and all-out play of its standout forward, Jason Hill, Reseda Cleveland earned a spot in the boys' basketball City Championship semifinals with a 56-48 victory Wednesday over West Valley League rival Woodland Hills Taft. Hill, who has signed with Cal State Northridge, scored 26 points and had 15 rebounds at Cleveland as the Cavaliers (21-6) put together a 10-0 spurt midway through the fourth quarter to pull away.
BUSINESS
April 27, 2008 | Ken Bensinger, Times Staff Writer
For the son of a General Motors designer -- born and raised in Detroit in the final years of the "big, bigger and biggest" age of American cars -- creating a vehicle that doesn't even have a combustion engine would seem an unlikely fate. But in an era of nearly $4 gas, Jason Hill figured he had to do things a new way. That's why his cars are different. They're sleeker. They're more slippery. They weigh less and use recycled materials. In a word, they're greener.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 3, 2011 | By Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times
Jason Hill was from a Marine Corps family. His father, grandfather and great-grandfather served in the Marines . Early on, Hill knew he wanted to be a Marine but some youthful misbehavior and a casual attitude toward high school gave the Marines pause about allowing him to enlist. So with urging from his father and guidance from his homeroom teacher at a continuation school in the San Diego suburb of Poway , Hill got serious: bringing up his grades, running every day to get in shape and avoiding behavior that had gotten him in trouble.
SPORTS
November 15, 2005 | From Associated Press
An MRI exam confirmed what Utah quarterback Brian Johnson feared, that the pop he heard in his left knee was his anterior cruciate ligament and he was done for the season. Johnson was on crutches with his left knee in a brace outside the Utah locker room, knowing that his sophomore season was over after he tore his ACL late in a 31-27 loss to New Mexico on Saturday.
SPORTS
May 20, 1997 | JEFF FLETCHER
The Lancaster JetHawks, who lead the California League in hitting, runs and home runs, were held under three runs for only the fifth time in 45 games, losing 7-2 to the Lake Elsinore Storm on Monday night before 3,576 at the Hangar. The JetHawks (22-23) had only three hits in the first six innings against Jason Stephens. The only run was a solo home run by designated hitter James Clifford, his team-leading ninth.
SPORTS
February 24, 2005 | Eric Sondheimer, From Times Staff Reports
Feeding off the hustle and all-out play of its standout forward, Jason Hill, Reseda Cleveland earned a spot in the boys' basketball City Championship semifinals with a 56-48 victory Wednesday over West Valley League rival Woodland Hills Taft. Hill, who has signed with Cal State Northridge, scored 26 points and had 15 rebounds at Cleveland as the Cavaliers (21-6) put together a 10-0 spurt midway through the fourth quarter to pull away.
SPORTS
January 16, 2005
Jason Hill, Reseda Cleveland: Had 20 points and 12 rebounds and the Cavaliers, ranked No. 21 in the Southland by The Times, beat No. 13 Loyola, 58-54, in the California Hoops Challenge. * For more scores and highlights: www.latimes.com/sports/preps
SPORTS
October 26, 2004 | Howie Stalwick, Special to The Times
There is nothing tender about the Tenderloin, a scruffy, crime-ridden section of San Francisco that won't be found on many tourist maps. Jason Hill was born and raised close enough to the Tenderloin to witness all the despair and sadness, all the anger and frustration. At 19, he already has had to deal with many of those emotions himself.
NEWS
May 21, 1992 | MIKE COIL
School: Whitney High Sport: Baseball Position: First Base/Pitcher Class: Senior Hill led Whitney High of Cerritos to four consecutive wins in one week to propel the Wildcats into the playoffs. Hill was 8-for-15 during the week, including five doubles and a home run. He drove in 7 runs. He pitched in three games, winning one and saving another. In seven innings, he allowed two hits, walked three, struck out five and gave up one run.
SPORTS
September 24, 1988 | SCOTT JONES
Pacifica High School played a near-perfect first half Friday night but several second-half penalties and turnovers proved costly as Norco rallied for a 20-12 victory at Bolsa Grande. Pacifica (1-1-1) took a 6-0 halftime lead on a 7-yard Vince St. Amand first-quarter run that capped a 10-play, 80-yard drive. Norco (2-1) tied the score early in the third quarter on a 29-yard touchdown pass from Brian Benz to Tony Curtis.
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