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May 13, 2000 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Not satisfied with any candidate in a pool of seven to replace its departed girls' basketball coach, Brea Olinda High administrators have persuaded Jeff Sink to return to the program while at the same time making a commitment to Sink's assistant, Roger Anderson. Principal Doug Kimberly said Friday that Anderson will be the Ladycats' next head coach, but Sink will remain the current head coach.
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May 13, 2000 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Not satisfied with any candidate in a pool of seven to replace its departed girls' basketball coach, Brea Olinda High administrators have persuaded Jeff Sink to return to the program while at the same time making a commitment to Sink's assistant, Roger Anderson. Principal Doug Kimberly said Friday that Anderson will be the Ladycats' next head coach, but Sink will remain the current head coach.
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March 24, 2000 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeff Sink, who kept one of the nation's most prolific prep sports dynasties running smoothly, resigned Thursday as girls' basketball coach at Brea Olinda High. In six seasons Sink, 49, led the Ladycats to six consecutive appearances in state regional playoff finals, five section championships and the last three Division II state titles, including last Friday's 47-34 victory over Pleasanton Amador Valley.
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March 24, 2000 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeff Sink, who kept one of the nation's most prolific prep sports dynasties running smoothly, resigned Thursday as girls' basketball coach at Brea Olinda High. In six seasons Sink, 49, led the Ladycats to six consecutive appearances in state regional playoff finals, five section championships and the last three Division II state titles, including last Friday's 47-34 victory over Pleasanton Amador Valley.
SPORTS
December 10, 1994
Friday night (Dec. 2), I thought I saw one of the finest football games ever seen in Orange County as Mater Dei defeated Los Alamitos. However, after reading The Times' coverage of the game, I learned it was an error-filled farce. Of course, The Times never makes errors. PETE SNETSINGER, Irvine Re: Your recent article expressing concern about the Brea-Olinda girls' basketball team running up the score. The facts demonstrate that The Times prep sports reporters spin a story the way they want.
NEWS
March 24, 1998 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mater Dei Coach Geri Campeau remembers sitting across from Jeff Sink in a hotel lounge during a late December night after their teams had played in the Santa Barbara Tournament of Champions. Campeau, a Mater Dei athletic director and assistant on the Monarchs' state championship team in 1996, swapped war stories with Sink, the Brea Olinda coach.
SPORTS
April 18, 2000
BASKETBALL Villa Park High seeks assistant boys' coach. Contact Frank Becker, (714) 628-4310. CROSS-COUNTRY Brea Olinda High seeks assistant boys' coach. Contact Jeff Sink, (714) 990-7878. SOCCER Kennedy High seeks varsity coach. Contact Janet Berardi, (714) 220-4003. Huntington Beach High seeks varsity girls' coach. Contact Dave Van Hoorebeke, (714) 536-2514.
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September 10, 1999 | Paul Saitowitz, (714) 992-8045
Chelsea Trotter of Brea Olinda High School has reached a verbal agreement with Stanford University to study there next year on a full basketball scholarship. The two-time CIF and state Division II player of the year will be the first Brea Olinda player to attend Stanford on a full scholarship. "She's worked hard for this since her freshman year, and she deserves it," Brea Olinda girls' basketball coach Jeff Sink said.
SPORTS
October 24, 1998
Kate Ides, who helped Brea Olinda win a girls' basketball state title last season, made an oral commitment to attend Harvard, Ladycat Coach Jeff Sink said Friday. Ides, a 6-foot 1 1/2-inch forward, averaged 11 points and 7.2 rebounds, and shot 63.3% from the field--fourth-best in the county--last season.
NEWS
February 10, 1998 | MARTIN HENDERSON
Basketball fans should keep Saturday, Jan. 23, 1999 clear on their calendars. That's the date Brea Olinda will host Harbor City Narbonne in a girls' basketball game that could ultimately decide the mythical national champion for that season. Narbonne is currently ranked seventh by USA Today, and Brea Olinda 12th. Brea is ranked first in California by Cal-Hi Sports, Narbonne second. Both should be better next year.
NEWS
March 24, 1998 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mater Dei Coach Geri Campeau remembers sitting across from Jeff Sink in a hotel lounge during a late December night after their teams had played in the Santa Barbara Tournament of Champions. Campeau, a Mater Dei athletic director and assistant on the Monarchs' state championship team in 1996, swapped war stories with Sink, the Brea Olinda coach.
SPORTS
December 10, 1994
Friday night (Dec. 2), I thought I saw one of the finest football games ever seen in Orange County as Mater Dei defeated Los Alamitos. However, after reading The Times' coverage of the game, I learned it was an error-filled farce. Of course, The Times never makes errors. PETE SNETSINGER, Irvine Re: Your recent article expressing concern about the Brea-Olinda girls' basketball team running up the score. The facts demonstrate that The Times prep sports reporters spin a story the way they want.
SPORTS
March 14, 2000 | By MARTIN HENDERSON
Brea Olinda will fly to Sacramento on Friday morning and play Pleasanton Amador Valley for the State Division II girls' basketball title at 6 that night at Arco Arena. "The kids get to sleep in their own beds, get checked into the hotel and take a nap, and then go play," said Jeff Sink, who coached Brea to the last two state titles, giving the program seven. Advance general admission tickets for the game are available before Thursday at noon from Brea's Activities Office at (714) 990-7850.
SPORTS
March 15, 1998 | MARTIN HENDERSON
Brea Olinda 64, Fresno Edison 52--Using a combination of inside play and perimeter shooting it lacked in three previous Southern California Regional finals, Brea Olinda advanced to the state title game for a record seventh time after a three-year absence. The Ladycats' victory at Pauley Pavilion gives them the right to play Friday in Sacramento for the state Division II girls' basketball title. They will play Shasta, which beat Fair Oaks Del Campo, 51-49.
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