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March 1, 1997 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You won't find two closer buddies than Tustin Coach Andy Ground and Sonora Coach Mike Murphy, whose teams met in a Division II-A quarterfinal Friday at Foothill High School. Then again if Murphy was a real friend he might have loaned Ground a couple of his players, because Sonora's superior talent was the difference in the Raiders' 57-42 victory.
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April 11, 2000 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeffrey Berokoff was touted as San Diego State's shooting guard of the future when he signed with the Aztecs during the early signing period in November 1997. A 6-foot-3 all-county selection from Sonora High, Berokoff envisioned sunbathing at the beach, then sinking game-winning shots inside the 12,000-seat Cox Arena. But after a couple of losing seasons and a coaching change, Berokoff, who has two seasons of Division I eligibility remaining, is searching for a new school and a new dream.
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April 11, 2000 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeffrey Berokoff was touted as San Diego State's shooting guard of the future when he signed with the Aztecs during the early signing period in November 1997. A 6-foot-3 all-county selection from Sonora High, Berokoff envisioned sunbathing at the beach, then sinking game-winning shots inside the 12,000-seat Cox Arena. But after a couple of losing seasons and a coaching change, Berokoff, who has two seasons of Division I eligibility remaining, is searching for a new school and a new dream.
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March 1, 1997 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You won't find two closer buddies than Tustin Coach Andy Ground and Sonora Coach Mike Murphy, whose teams met in a Division II-A quarterfinal Friday at Foothill High School. Then again if Murphy was a real friend he might have loaned Ground a couple of his players, because Sonora's superior talent was the difference in the Raiders' 57-42 victory.
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April 23, 1998
Brea Olinda guards Chris McMillian and Erin Kelly, Canyon center Andrew Gaulden and Sonora guard Jeffrey Berokoff are county players invited to the Double Pump Classic basketball doubleheader Saturday at Cal State Dominguez Hills in Carson. Kelly, who has signed to play at New Orleans, will be in the girls' game at 5 p.m. Berokoff (San Diego State), Gaulden (New Mexico State) and McMillian (Wyoming), will be in the boys' game at 7. Tickets are $10 at the door.
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November 24, 1998
TOP 10 Orange County Sportswriters' Poll (Final Regular Season) *--* Pos School (League) Rec 1. Ocean View (Golden West) 21-4 2. Santa Margarita (Sea View) 24-2 3. Sonora (Freeway) 22-4 4. Servite (Golden West) 20-6 5. Troy (Freeway) 20-4 6. Brea Olinda (Orange) 22-4 7. Magnolia (Orange) 22-4 8. Katella (Empire) 22-4 9. Villa Park (Century) 19-7 10.
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February 26, 1998 | PAUL McLEOD
* Sonora vs. Compton Dominguez, Compton College, 7:30 p.m. Friday: Though Sonora Coach Mike Murphy isn't happy about meeting Dominguez so early in the playoffs, this Division II-A game figures to be a barn-burner because each team plays a fast-paced style. Dominguez, the defending state Division II champion, features guard Tayshaun Prince and 7-foot freshman center Tyson Chandler. Sonora is led by guard Jeffrey Berokoff, who averages 24.3 points. * Capistrano Valley vs.
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February 13, 1996 | MIKE TERRY
Defending champion--Lakewood Artesia, which has moved to Division II-A. Top teams--Torrance Bishop Montgomery (21-3), Redondo Beach Redondo Union (19-6), Sonora (20-6), Compton Centennial (21-6). Dark horse: Pomona (19-6). This season the Red Devils won their 11th Miramonte League title, including the last seven in a row.
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January 21, 1997 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Sonora, the second-ranked boys' basketball team in Orange County, had a shot to win its game at the Pacifica Premier Invitational Monday at the Bren Center, but Luke Walton blocked it. Sonora forward Josh Lien's 10-foot fall-away jumper with two seconds remaining was blocked by Walton, the son of former UCLA and NBA star Bill Walton. The 6-foot-7 junior grabbed the rebound to preserve University of San Diego High's 43-42 victory over Sonora.
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January 4, 1996 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Brea Olinda Coach Gene Lloyd almost couldn't wait for the final basket in the Wildcats' 67-57 triumph over Sonora before launching a shot of his own. "Maybe now we'll get some respect. We never get mentioned with the good teams in the county," said Lloyd after Brea Olinda raised its record to 13-2 with Wednesday's victory. "Of course, I didn't want to say it until we had won because [Sonora] is a legitimate top-10 team.
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