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September 14, 2000 | HELENE ELLIOTT
Jennifer Gutierrez, a former record-setting swimmer at Pepperdine, is enjoying her newfound celebrity as the top-ranked female U.S. triathlete in a new Olympic sport--one that will also be the first medal event of these Games. The women will compete Saturday, a day before the men. "It's kind of nice. We're definitely getting a lot of great press, and we want to promote the sport and make it as big as we can here," said Gutierrez, who ranks 13th in the world.
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September 14, 2000 | HELENE ELLIOTT
Jennifer Gutierrez, a former record-setting swimmer at Pepperdine, is enjoying her newfound celebrity as the top-ranked female U.S. triathlete in a new Olympic sport--one that will also be the first medal event of these Games. The women will compete Saturday, a day before the men. "It's kind of nice. We're definitely getting a lot of great press, and we want to promote the sport and make it as big as we can here," said Gutierrez, who ranks 13th in the world.
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September 2, 2000 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Although no one knows how they'll react until the exact moment, triathlete Jennifer Gutierrez probably will give a quick glance to the heavens if she's presented with a medal at the Sydney Olympics. Gutierrez's father, Johnny, was a Cincinnati Reds' farmhand who encouraged Jennifer to play sports in high school. He was among her biggest supporters before dying of cancer last year. "He told everyone I was going to the Pan Am Games . . . and I hadn't even qualified," Gutierrez told NBC Sports.
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September 2, 2000 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Although no one knows how they'll react until the exact moment, triathlete Jennifer Gutierrez probably will give a quick glance to the heavens if she's presented with a medal at the Sydney Olympics. Gutierrez's father, Johnny, was a Cincinnati Reds' farmhand who encouraged Jennifer to play sports in high school. He was among her biggest supporters before dying of cancer last year. "He told everyone I was going to the Pan Am Games . . . and I hadn't even qualified," Gutierrez told NBC Sports.
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August 30, 2000 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ
Five former Pepperdine athletes, a coach and a former coach are representing the United States at the Sydney Olympics on Sept. 15-Oct. 1. Kevin Barnett, Chip McCaw and George Roumain are on the men's volleyball team. Coach Marv Dunphy and former coach Rod Wilde are assistants. Barnett, a 6-foot-6 outside hitter, played for the Waves in 1996-97 after transferring from Pierce College.
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February 21, 1991
Second-ranked Manual Arts warmed up for its semifinal showdown with Washington by easily defeating San Pedro, 105-82, Wednesday night in a City 4-A Division quarterfinal game at Manual Arts. The Toilers (22-3) will play the Generals Friday night at a site to be determined. The teams split two games during the regular season. "It's going to be quite a showdown," Manual Arts Coach Randolph Simpson said. "Whatever gym we play in, it will be packed."
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February 21, 1991
In other Southern Section games: Hesperia 37, Palmdale 27--Aimee Grimes scored 10 points for visiting Palmdale (24-6). Palmdale standout Kim Schielke was held to just two points as Palmdale scored just six points in the second half of the I-AA game. Hesperia improved to 20-4. Channel Islands 81, Redlands 52--The Raiders (23-5) advanced to the I-AA quarterfinals with a decisive victory. Thousand Oaks 67, Pasadena 55--The Lancers (25-3) will face El Toro in a I-A quarterfinal game.
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February 17, 1991
Tina Thompson scored 30 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Inglewood Morningside to a 103-32 victory over Antelope Valley in a Southern Section Division I-AA first-round playoff game Saturday night at Morningside. Morningside, the two-time defending state Division I champion and The Times' top-ranked Southern Section team, opened a 34-5 lead.
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February 17, 1991
The Hart High girls' basketball team opened defense of its Southern Section championship in fine form, routing Hueneme, 85-28, in a first-round Southern Section 1-A Division playoff game Saturday night at Hart. Hart, winner of the 5-A Division the past two seasons, received double-figure scoring from four players. Anjanette Dionne paced the Indians (22-5) with 20 points, seven assists and eight steals.
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October 3, 2000
Name: Marcelo Arrue Local Tie: Woodland Hills Sport: Men's Cycling Result: 11th in track sprint * Name: Kevin Barnett Local Tie: Pepperdine Sport: Men's Indoor Volleyball Result: Team was 0-5 in pool play * Name: Dain Blanton Local Tie: Pepperdine Sport: Men's Beach Volleyball Result: Gold medalist with Eric Fonoimoana * Name: Shelia Burrell Local Tie: Reseda Sport: Women's Track & Field Result: 26th in heptathlon * Name: Crystl Bustos Local Tie: Canyon Country Sport: Women's Softball Result:
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December 31, 1987
Palisades High School quarterback Perry Klein and Santa Monica High tailback Glyn Milburn won top honors on all-star teams selected by the First Interstate Bank-Amateur Athletic Foundation Board of Sportswriters. Klein was named the Los Angeles City 3-A player of the year by a unanimous vote. Milburn was selected on the All-CIF Southern Section team and shared Southern Conference player of the year honors with El Toro High quarterback Bret Johnson.
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December 21, 1989 | DAVE DESMOND, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Usually it has taken the girls' basketball team at Westlake High a handful of games before it figured things out and hits its stride. The notoriously slow-starting Warriors have bucked tradition this season by sprinting to a 6-0 record. On Wednesday, Westlake, almost reverted to form. The Warriors trailed through most of the game before coming back to beat Ventura, 47-44, in the quarterfinals of the Simi Valley tournament.
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