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December 24, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
British track officials banned sprinter Jason Livingston for four years after he was found guilty of using illegal steroids. Livingston, the European indoor 60-meter champion, was sent home from the Barcelona Olympics last August after failing a random drug test before the games.
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December 24, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
British track officials banned sprinter Jason Livingston for four years after he was found guilty of using illegal steroids. Livingston, the European indoor 60-meter champion, was sent home from the Barcelona Olympics last August after failing a random drug test before the games.
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July 31, 1992 | RANDY HARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On the day before Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson was scheduled to return to the Summer Games, his positive drug test from four years ago at Seoul continued to cast a shadow over the Olympic movement. The British Olympic Assn. sent three athletes home Thursday after discovering that they failed random tests for performance-enhancing drugs earlier this month in Britain.
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July 31, 1992 | RANDY HARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On the day before Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson was scheduled to return to the Summer Games, his positive drug test from four years ago at Seoul continued to cast a shadow over the Olympic movement. The British Olympic Assn. sent three athletes home Thursday after discovering that they failed random tests for performance-enhancing drugs earlier this month in Britain.
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November 15, 1992 | JOHN KLIMA
Moorpark 28, Santa Clara 6--Richard Hernandez rushed 10 times for 47 yards and two touchdowns at Channel Islands High to help the Musketeers (2-8, 1-3) break an eight-game losing streak. Moorpark, winless since beating Mojave in its opener, took a 14-0 first-quarter lead behind the running of Hernandez. Hernandez also intercepted two passes and returned the second-half kickoff 88 yards to set up Parker Johnston's one-yard scoring run.
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March 3, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Les Jones, coach of Britain's men's track and field team, was found dead in his hotel room Monday after the European indoor championships. He was 48. Jones failed to answer a wake-up call Monday, British track officials said. Team doctor Malcolm Brown said Jones died of an apparent heart attack in his sleep. Jones attended a team party Sunday night to mark the end of the three-day championships in which Britain's Jason Livingston (60 meters) and Matthew Yates (1,500 meters) won gold medals.
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May 26, 1988
Catcher Greg Pirkl of Los Alamitos High School and designated hitter Eddie Keller of El Dorado were named most valuable players of the Empire League by league coaches. Pirkl hit nine home runs and Keller hit eight during the season. El Dorado placed six players on the first team, and Los Alamitos and Esperanza each had five. Steve Gullotti of El Dorado was named coach of the year. The coaches' teams: FIRST TEAM Pitchers Pete Janicki . . . El Dorado Kevin Schula . . . El Dorado Roger Weems . . .
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August 1, 1992 | RANDY HARVEY, The Times
Lady Di, Charles, Fergie and Andy were swept off the front pages of the London tabloids Friday by the news that three British athletes had been sent home from the Olympics because they tested positive for steroids. The newspapers had a particularly good time with sprinter Jason Livingston, who has so modeled his career after Canadian Ben Johnson that he is known as "Baby Ben." The newspaper Today ran a front-page picture of Livingston in his bedroom, surrounded by pictures of Johnson.
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March 9, 1988
Todd Long and Kevin Prentiss combined on a no-hitter as Pacifica High School defeated Magnolia, 20-1, Tuesday in a Loara tournament baseball game at Pacifica. Long pitched the first four innings and Prentiss the final three. Magnolia scored in the sixth on two errors and a fielder's choice. Oscar Ravelo had four hits, including a three-run home run in the second, for Pacifica, which had 26 hits.
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April 9, 1987 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, Times Staff Writer
You have a hard time believing Mike Curran, Esperanza baseball coach, when he says that his team hasn't been playing well for the past two weeks, and that it hasn't quite jelled this season. Especially after the Aztecs scored five runs in the seventh inning Wednesday to defeat El Dorado, 8-5, in an Empire League game on the Golden Hawks' field.
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March 15, 1987 | BILL ROBERTSON
No. 1-ranked Loara High School rallied to defeat Servite, 6-5, Saturday in the Loara baseball tournament final in Glover Stadium at Anaheim. The Saxons (5-0), who won the tournament championship in 1983, had finished second the past two seasons. "We came back three times tonight," said Ray Moore, Loara coach. "Our kids never quit, but I know we still have things to work on before our league starts."
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April 3, 1988 | AL PRESTON
John Daugherty grounded a bases-loaded single in the bottom of the seventh inning to give Valencia High School a 7-6 victory and a doubleheader sweep of Edison Saturday at Valencia. The Tigers (5-4-1) defeated Edison (5-5-1) in the first game, 8-7. In the second game, Valencia was tied with Edison, 6-6, going into the seventh inning. Mike Edwards led off the seventh with a walk and reached second on a wild pitch by losing pitcher Rod Simonson (0-2).
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