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February 29, 2004 | Robert Mayson, From Associated Press
Clovis driver Jason Meyers outdueled 18-time champion Steve Kinser on Saturday night to win the only scheduled World of Outlaw race this season at the Perris Auto Speedway. Meyers started on the pole for the 30-lap race finale, only to watch Kinser drive past his Elite No. 14 Maxim on the fifth lap. Meyers briefly held the lead on Lap 17, only to have Kinser take it back before the lap was completed. Kinser appeared to be on his way to his 499th victory until his Quaker State No.
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February 29, 2004 | Robert Mayson, From Associated Press
Clovis driver Jason Meyers outdueled 18-time champion Steve Kinser on Saturday night to win the only scheduled World of Outlaw race this season at the Perris Auto Speedway. Meyers started on the pole for the 30-lap race finale, only to watch Kinser drive past his Elite No. 14 Maxim on the fifth lap. Meyers briefly held the lead on Lap 17, only to have Kinser take it back before the lap was completed. Kinser appeared to be on his way to his 499th victory until his Quaker State No.
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April 5, 1994 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It could have become the ugliest moment of Jason Meyers' high school tennis career. Instead, Meyers turned the potentially disastrous situation into perhaps his finest moment. Last year during a Southern Section playoff match against Marina, a frustrated opponent apparently decided he couldn't beat Meyers on the court, so he began serving him four-letter words and disparaging remarks.
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April 5, 1994 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It could have become the ugliest moment of Jason Meyers' high school tennis career. Instead, Meyers turned the potentially disastrous situation into perhaps his finest moment. Last year during a Southern Section playoff match against Marina, a frustrated opponent apparently decided he couldn't beat Meyers on the court, so he began serving him four-letter words and disparaging remarks.
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April 17, 1993
In other Sea View League matches: Saddleback 10, Irvine 8--An Nguyen swept in singles, 6-2, 6-1, 6-1, and the doubles team of John Le and Jonathan Phung swept, 6-2, 6-3, 6-2, as host Saddleback (7-8, 3-6) upset Irvine (10-5, 5-4), avenging a 15-3 loss to the Vaqueros. University 13, Woodbridge 5--Jason Meyers swept at No. 1 singles to lead University (11-2, 8-1), 6-1, 6-1, 6-2. In the Orange League: Brea-Olinda 12, Valencia 6--Regi Buenviaje swept at No.
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July 26, 1993
Jason Meyers of Irvine defeated Allan Jurlina of Imperial Beach, 6-4, 6-4, to win the boys' 18-and-under title of the 45th U.S. Tennis Assn. National Public Parks Junior tennis tournament at Chapman University. Stella Gonzalez of Placentia beat Eliza Gano of Carson, 6-0, 6-1, in the girls' 18-and-under final.
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February 25, 1993
Coach: Josh Davis (fourth year). 1992: 22-2, 9-1 in Sea View League; won league championship, lost to Peninsula in Division 1-A semifinals, league record is 19-1 over last two seasons. Key returners: Barry Martin, Sr., will play singles and doubles; Jason Meyers, Jr., will play No. 1 singles after playing No. 2 singles; Eric Peterson, Sr., will play singles and doubles; Robbie Wilkins, Jr., will play singles and doubles. Key newcomers: Min Lee, So.; Felix Ling, Fr.; Kai Miller, Fr.
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February 25, 1994
University Coach: Josh Davis (fifth year). 1993: 19-4, 12-2 in the Sea View League, lost in Southern Section Division I semifinals to eventual champion Santa Barbara. Key returners: David Chang, Jr., will play No. 1 or No. 2 doubles; Raja Kapadia, Jr., will battle Chang for No. 3 singles spot; Jason Meyers, Sr., lost in third round of Southern Section Individuals, has already signed to play tennis at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo; Seth Turbow, Sr., will play No. 1 doubles; Robert Wilkins, Sr.
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April 14, 1994 | MIKE WOJCIECHOWSKI
Seniors Jed Weinstein and Paul Fruchbom, pairing up for the first time since they were freshmen, won three doubles sets to lead Corona del Mar to an 11-10 victory over visiting University in a Sea View League boys' tennis match Wednesday. The Sea Kings, 15 2/3-5 2/3 losers to University the first time the teams met, won three singles and six doubles sets to pull out the victory. Weinstein and Fruchbom won 6-1, 7-5, 6-2.
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March 24, 1994 | DAVE McKIBBEN
University boys' tennis Coach Josh Davis had been excited about the prospects of playing undefeated Palos Verdes Peninsula all week. But Davis' excitement lasted all of 30 minutes Wednesday as his third-ranked team was ambushed by second-ranked Peninsula, 13-8. The Trojans (5-2) actually took two of the first four sets and had Peninsula Coach Tom Cox pacing. But in a key first-round set, Peninsula's No.
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January 28, 1994
Alex Caranza had six saves to record his sixth shutout as Santiago beat La Quinta, 4-0, in a Garden Grove League boys' soccer game Thursday at La Quinta. Antonio Diaz had two goals for Santiago (11-3-2, 9-0-1 in league), Enrique Argon and Danny Contreras also scored for Santiago. In other Garden Grove League games: Bolsa Grande 5, Pacifica 4--Miguel Mendez and Sergio Gutierrez each had two goals and Hung Mai scored one for Bolsa Grande (3-9-2, 3-5-1).
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June 1, 1994 | WENDY WITHERSPOON
Today's pairings: Division I--Santa Barbara (24-0) vs. Dana Hills (23-0) at Knollwood Tennis Club (Montecito). III--Pasadena Poly (19-3) vs. Brentwood (18-3) at Riviera Country Club. IV--Santa Ynez (19-3) vs. Calabasas (16-4) at Agoura High, all at 3 p.m. Last year's champions: Division I--Santa Barbara. III--Burbank. IV--Nordhoff. Outlook: Santa Barbara has won six consecutive team titles. The Dons finished the season undefeated despite the loss of Alex Decret, who graduated after last season.
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