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February 11, 1992 | MARK SPINN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
By the time a boy reaches the fourth grade, he has mastered the art of the Phantom Illness. For as long as there have been math tests and history homework, mothers have heard reluctant-to-rise sons explain why they can't get out of bed and trudge off to class. But mothers can pick out a phony excuse as easily as a kid can fake a cough. Get up, get dressed, get going. Jason Senik didn't have a phony excuse, though. The problem was, Senik didn't know what he had.
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February 11, 1992 | MARK SPINN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
By the time a boy reaches the fourth grade, he has mastered the art of the Phantom Illness. For as long as there have been math tests and history homework, mothers have heard reluctant-to-rise sons explain why they can't get out of bed and trudge off to class. But mothers can pick out a phony excuse as easily as a kid can fake a cough. Get up, get dressed, get going. Jason Senik didn't have a phony excuse, though. The problem was, Senik didn't know what he had.
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December 4, 1991
At the Daily Pilot Tip-Off boys' basketball tournament: Marina 51, El Toro 48--Jason Senik, who had 13 points for El Toro, missed a potential game-tying three-pointer at the buzzer. Darren Crooks led Marina (1-0) with 14 points. In nonleague girls' basketball: Estancia 64, Foothill 19--Foothill scored all 19 points on free throws as Estancia's defense held the Knights without a field goal. Monique Sweet scored 23 points and Becky Meabon added 17 for visiting Estancia (1-0).
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December 6, 1991
In other Pilot Tipoff Classic games: Newport Harbor 71, Torrance 68 (OT)--Mark McAnlis made a three-point shot at the buzzer in overtime to give the Sailors (3-0) the victory in the championship bracket quarterfinal game. McAnlis made five three-pointers in the game and scored 23 points. Justin McIntee had 28 points and eight rebounds for Newport Harbor.
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December 16, 1990
Chauncey Woolridge scored 20 points to lead Santa Ana High School to a 72-48 victory over Cypress in a nonleague basketball game Saturday night at Santa Ana. Woolridge, a 6-foot-5 senior, also had 17 rebounds. The victory was the third in a row for Santa Ana (3-2), which led 31-19 at the half and 55-35 after three quarters.
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December 15, 1991
1990-91 RECORDS OVERALL LEAGUE 13-13 4-6 COACH RECORD AT SCHOOL Tim Travers 150-123 RETURNING STARTERS: NONE TOP RETURNERS YR. HGT. P Mark Froome Sr. 6-0 G Jason Senik Sr. 6-7 G-F Tom Waldron Sr. 6-1 F TOP NEWCOMERS YR. HGT. P Jason Bailey Sr. 6-2 F Jeff Bone So. 6-5 F Rick Galasieski Sr. 6-3 F Jason Hilbert Sr. 6-4 F Jim Lewis So. 6-7 C Mike Meier Sr. 6-2 F Eddie Rikimaru Jr. 5-10 G OUTLOOK There are a lot of new faces at El Toro, which hopes to improve on a 4-14 summer-league record.
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February 1, 1992
Capistrano Valley post players Jeremy Garrett and Steve Ransom combined to lead the Cougars to a 66-44 victory over Mission Viejo in a South Coast League game at Mission Viejo Friday night. Garrett, a 6-foot-8 center, scored 14 points and Ransom, a 6-6 forward, added 10 for Capistrano Valley (19-3, 6-0 in league). The Cougars opened a 35-24 halftime lead, and increased the lead to 46-31 after three quarters. Jeff Rosales scored 10 points off the bench for Capistrano Valley.
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February 8, 1992 | TOM BIRSCHBACH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
After clobbering El Toro by 37 points in the first round of South Coast League play, Capistrano Valley could have been excused for looking past Friday night's game against the Chargers to Wednesday's showdown against Irvine. Nevertheless, the Cougars were in the attack mode, forcing 33 turnovers in a 71-42 drubbing of El Toro at Capistrano Valley High School. "We played hard," Capistrano Valley Coach Mark Thornton said. "I was very pleased that we kept our focus.
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February 19, 1992 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jim Harris had a reunion with some old friends at El Toro High School Tuesday night in the qualifying round of the Southern Section Division I-A boys' basketball playoffs. Harris, a junior guard at Ocean View, grew up about two minutes from the El Toro campus and had gone to elementary school and junior high with half of the members of El Toro's team. But he elected to attend Ocean View and play for his father when he graduated from Serrano Intermediate School.
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January 15, 1991 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If speed kills, El Toro High School's boys' basketball team was left for dead Monday night at Saddleback College. Capistrano Valley's quickness was too much for El Toro and resulted in a humbling 81-36 loss in South Coast League play. El Toro (9-8, 1-2 in league) failed to score a field goal until 2 minutes 57 seconds remained in the first half, missing its opening 18 shots.
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February 13, 1992 | MIKE REILLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Capistrano Valley clinched its sixth South Coast League boys' basketball title in seven years Wednesday night with a pure, simple strategy--get the ball to your tallest player and let him shoot layups. Jeremy Garrett, the Cougars' 6-foot-8 center, scored 21 points to lead the second-ranked Cougars to a 60-40 victory over fourth-ranked Irvine at Capistrano Valley.
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