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January 18, 1998 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Anybody in Jeff Shea's football cleats would have reacted the same way. When the folks at the Hula Bowl call to see if you want to play, after you've punted in obscurity for years, the jaw drops and the heart skips a beat. "I was shocked," the Cal Lutheran punter said. "The thought had never crossed my mind." Now that he's done pinching himself, Shea is down to the business of soaking in the sun and preparing for the game today at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu.
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January 18, 1998 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Anybody in Jeff Shea's football cleats would have reacted the same way. When the folks at the Hula Bowl call to see if you want to play, after you've punted in obscurity for years, the jaw drops and the heart skips a beat. "I was shocked," the Cal Lutheran punter said. "The thought had never crossed my mind." Now that he's done pinching himself, Shea is down to the business of soaking in the sun and preparing for the game today at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu.
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October 9, 1993 | MIKE YEAMAN
Santa Paula 21, Twentynine Palms 12--Senior kicker and wide receiver Joseph Jauregui caught touchdown passes of 34 and five yards and kicked three extra points to lead host Santa Paula (1-3). Cardinal quarterback Jeff Shea completed 15 of 41 passes for 200 yards and two touchdowns. Running back Victor Meza had a one-yard scoring run in the first quarter.
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November 21, 1992 | STEVE PRATT
Santa Maria St. Joseph 47, Santa Paula 6--Cardinal quarterback Brian Whittaker threw three interceptions and Santa Paula lost the ball three times on fumbles in a loss to the top-seeded Knights. Down 47-0, the Cardinals (3-8) avoided the shutout with 3:18 to play when backup quarterback Jeff Shea hit Joseph Jauregui for a 32-yard score. Jauregui caught six passes for 71 yards and Steven Gonzalez had seven receptions for 63 yards. Whittaker finished with 11 completions in 26 attempts. St.
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November 23, 1996 | MARTIN BECK
Pacific Christian is seeded eighth of eight teams in the National Christian College Athletic Assn. Division I tournament, but Coach Rich Davis says his team has a good chance to win. The Royals (12-7-1) will start the tournament Wednesday by playing top-seeded Malone (Ohio) in Longview, Texas.
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October 10, 1996 | MARTIN BECK
Chapman has outscored its first three opponents by an average score of 42-9, and that trend probably will continue this weekend, when the Panthers travel to Thousand Oaks for a Saturday afternoon game against Cal Lutheran. Cal Lutheran is 0-3 after losing to San Diego, 44-19, to La Verne, 34-10, and to Azusa Pacific, 40-22. * NCAA stats: Chapman's Mario Acosta is third in the NCAA Division III in punting average. Acosta, a junior from Servite who was second in the nation last season at 40.
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September 15, 1996 | LAUREN PETERSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Hoping to turn over a new leaf, the Cal Lutheran football team instead turned over the ball. The University of San Diego scored 17 points as a direct result of Cal Lutheran turnovers and the Kingsmen lost their season opener, 44-19, Saturday night at Torero Stadium. The Kingsmen, in their first game under Coach Scott Squires, committed five turnovers. Two led to San Diego touchdowns, another to a field goal. Cal Lutheran gave up 30 points in the second half, after trailing just 14-6 at halftime.
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November 2, 1996 | MARTIN BECK
The Southern California College women's cross-country team had hopes of qualifying for the NAIA national championships for the first time this season, but the Vanguards will compete without their top two runners in the Golden State Athletic Conference Championships today. Nikee Chambers, a fifth-year senior who got married during the summer, is pregnant and doctors have advised her to stop running.
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