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February 25, 1994
Corona del Mar Coach: Tim Mang (second year). 1993: 22-2, 14-0 in the Sea View League, lost in Division I semifinals to Palos Verdes Peninsula, 11-7. Key returners: Paul Fruchbom, Sr., will play No. 1 doubles; Doug Smith, Sr., will play doubles; Jed Weinstein, Sr., will play No. 1 or No. 2 singles, advanced to individual doubles semifinals last year. Key newcomers: Greg Coleman, Fr., will play doubles; Mike Feyka, Jr., will play No. 2 doubles with Raj Shukla, So.; Tyler Stonebreaker, So.
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May 18, 1994 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Had he listened to his father, Corona del Mar's Jed Weinstein probably would have given up one of his two hobbies, tennis or soccer, long ago. "He's always telling me that I've got a lot of potential," Weinstein said. "That if I put my mind on one sport, I could really be good at one." But Weinstein never could quite decide which sport suited him best, so he played tennis and soccer throughout high school, and excelled at both.
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April 23, 1993 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The first day of the boys' interscholastic singles division at the Ojai Valley Tennis Championships wasn't so much about who played, but who didn't. The draw's top-seeded player, Canyon's Eric Lin, bowed out earlier in the week because of elbow and shoulder injuries he developed at the Easter Bowl Tournament two weeks ago in Miami. Loara's Cameron Lindee, who became top-seeded when Lin withdrew, wasn't hurt and would have loved to play.
SPORTS
February 25, 1994
Corona del Mar Coach: Tim Mang (second year). 1993: 22-2, 14-0 in the Sea View League, lost in Division I semifinals to Palos Verdes Peninsula, 11-7. Key returners: Paul Fruchbom, Sr., will play No. 1 doubles; Doug Smith, Sr., will play doubles; Jed Weinstein, Sr., will play No. 1 or No. 2 singles, advanced to individual doubles semifinals last year. Key newcomers: Greg Coleman, Fr., will play doubles; Mike Feyka, Jr., will play No. 2 doubles with Raj Shukla, So.; Tyler Stonebreaker, So.
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May 18, 1994 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Had he listened to his father, Corona del Mar's Jed Weinstein probably would have given up one of his two hobbies, tennis or soccer, long ago. "He's always telling me that I've got a lot of potential," Weinstein said. "That if I put my mind on one sport, I could really be good at one." But Weinstein never could quite decide which sport suited him best, so he played tennis and soccer throughout high school, and excelled at both.
SPORTS
January 9, 1993 | TOM BIRSCHBACH
What was billed as a boys' soccer showdown between two undefeated teams--top-ranked Santa Margarita and No. 4 Corona del Mar--often resembled a water polo match. The teams splashed and sloshed their way to a 1-1 tie in an appropriately named Sea View League game Friday afternoon at Santa Margarita High School. Approximately 3 1/2 inches of rain fell in Rancho Santa Margarita during Thursday's storm, and Friday's intermittent showers added to the quagmire.
SPORTS
May 6, 1994
In another South Coast League match: Dana Hills 17, San Clemente 4--Visiting Dana Hills swept in singles and finished the regular season 19-0, 10-0. The Dolphins are ranked sixth in the Southern Section Division I poll. In the Garden Grove League: Garden Grove 20, Santiago 1--Tony Gallo and Andro Ignacio swept their doubles sets, 6-0, 6-0, 6-0, for Garden Grove (16-3, 12-0).
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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.
SPORTS
December 7, 1993
Coach: Ray Hales (third year). 1992-93: 14-7-3, 9-2-3 in the Sea View League; lost to Hemet in Division IV quarterfinals, 1-0. Key returners: Jason Boyce, Sr., forward, All-Section, under-20 U.S. National Select team; Dustin Lee, Sr., midfielder-forward; Eric Olsen, Sr., sweeper, first-team All-Sea View League; Garth Turner, Sr., midfielder; Jed Weinstein, Sr., midfielder; Mike Zoelle, Sr., defender. Key newcomers: Brady Beecham, Fr., forward; Matt Hoyt, Fr., forward; Josh Weinstein, So.
SPORTS
December 16, 1993 | DAVE McKIBBEN
Corona del Mar's seventh-ranked soccer team blew a two-goal lead in the second half and wound up tying ninth-ranked El Toro, 3-3, Wednesday at Lake Forest. The Sea Kings might think twice before allowing another comeback. Corona del Mar Coach Ray Hales blew off some steam in a postgame lecture as his team sat on the damp ground in chilly temperatures. "I'm not happy at all," Hales said after speaking with his team. "We got into a comfort zone. We stopped running.
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April 23, 1993 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The first day of the boys' interscholastic singles division at the Ojai Valley Tennis Championships wasn't so much about who played, but who didn't. The draw's top-seeded player, Canyon's Eric Lin, bowed out earlier in the week because of elbow and shoulder injuries he developed at the Easter Bowl Tournament two weeks ago in Miami. Loara's Cameron Lindee, who became top-seeded when Lin withdrew, wasn't hurt and would have loved to play.
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February 1, 1994 | DAVE McKIBBEN
Santa Margarita Coach Curt Bauer didn't offer any excuses or explanations for his team's 3-0 loss to top-ranked Corona del Mar Monday. He simply stated the facts. "They beat us the first 20 minutes," Bauer said. "That's why they're the No. 1 team and we're not. They're a better team and there's not much else to say." Maybe not, but Santa Margarita sweeper John Bamford added some insight anyway. "They came out harder than we did," Bamford said.
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May 19, 1994
Josh Fair and Kuong Tran swept at No. 2 doubles to help Mission Viejo defeat Villa Park, 12 2/3-8 1/3, in a first-round Division I boys' tennis match Wednesday at Mission Viejo. Fair and Tran, who won their sets, 6-0, 6-2, 6-2, and Fernando Machuca and Christian Fernandez at No. 3 doubles, pulled out the victory after the Diablos lost more than half of their singles sets and their No. 1 doubles team lost its first set.
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