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March 13, 1992 | CHRIS PASLES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Kids get to hear the darndest things. A singer at a kids' concert today may turn out to be a major opera star somewhere down the line. You never know. Soprano Jennifer Smith, 27, of Tustin, who appears in a Pacific Symphony family concert Saturday, looks like a likely candidate for an impressive career. She's been winning prizes in regional competitions recently, and next season is slated to become a resident artist with the Los Angeles Music Center Opera. She will sing in three operas there.
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March 13, 1992 | CHRIS PASLES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Kids get to hear the darndest things. A singer at a kids' concert today may turn out to be a major opera star somewhere down the line. You never know. Soprano Jennifer Smith, 27, of Tustin, who appears in a Pacific Symphony family concert Saturday, looks like a likely candidate for an impressive career. She's been winning prizes in regional competitions recently, and next season is slated to become a resident artist with the Los Angeles Music Center Opera. She will sing in three operas there.
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January 12, 1986
As an avid fan of "Hunter," I was deeply shocked yet moved by the Nov. 2 and Nov. 9 episodes. They showed both the physical and emotional effects of rape, but not in a disgusting way. Jennifer Smith, Westlake Village
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April 29, 1989
Jennifer Smith pitched a no-hitter to lead Capistrano Valley High School to a 1-0 victory over San Clemente in a South Coast League softball game Friday at Capistrano Valley. It was the second no-hitter this season for Smith, who also has five one-hitters. She lost a perfect game on a fifth-inning error. Smith had six strikeouts. Capistrano Valley scored in the seventh on three consecutive singles. With one out, Tobi Roquemore, Teresa Doesburg and Alyson Carpenter singled, scoring Roquemore with the winning run. In other South Coast League games: Mission Viejo 6, Dana Hills 0--Kerin Dull (5-1)
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December 1, 1994 | DAVE DESMOND
The Village Christian High girls' basketball team was bolstered Wednesday by the transfer of point guard Jennifer Smith from Crescenta Valley. Smith will be eligible to play for the Crusaders when they open play in the L.A. Baptist tournament today, Village Christian Coach John Domke said. "We just got some major help," Domke said. "She has the ability to control the game for us. She's a real natural for that position."
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April 29, 1989
Jennifer Smith pitched a no-hitter to lead Capistrano Valley High School to a 1-0 victory over San Clemente in a South Coast League softball game Friday at Capistrano Valley. It was the second no-hitter this season for Smith, who also has five one-hitters. She lost a perfect game on a fifth-inning error. Smith had six strikeouts. Capistrano Valley scored in the seventh on three consecutive singles. With one out, Tobi Roquemore, Teresa Doesburg and Alyson Carpenter singled, scoring Roquemore with the winning run. In other South Coast League games: Mission Viejo 6, Dana Hills 0--Kerin Dull (5-1)
NEWS
January 12, 1986
As an avid fan of "Hunter," I was deeply shocked yet moved by the Nov. 2 and Nov. 9 episodes. They showed both the physical and emotional effects of rape, but not in a disgusting way. Jennifer Smith, Westlake Village
SPORTS
June 22, 1989
All-South Coast League First team: Maria Rodriguez and Jennifer Smith, Capistrano Valley; Jackie Volkert, Dana Hills; Paige Lauby and Karie Yoshioka, El Toro; Jennifer Brundage and Erica Koch, Irvine; Erin Fitzgerald and Renee Pina, Mission Viejo; Tara Roush and Wendy Stewart, San Clemente. Second team: Teresa Doesburg and Tobi Roquemore, Capistrano Valley; Lange Deffenbaugh and Jennifer Koenig, Dana Hills; Carie Yauney, El Toro; Carrie Caudill and Sam Lutsch, Irvine; Amy Bond, Tamar deFries and Debbie Lobato, Mission Viejo; Wendy Moon, San Clemente.
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October 15, 1991 | CHRIS PASLES
Soprano Jennifer Smith, 27, of Tustin, came in first; Mel Whitehead, a 33-year-old bass from Anaheim, came in second, and Laura Fries, a 31-year-old soprano from Fountain Valley, came in third on Sunday among the 12 participants in the Orange County district Metropolitan Opera auditions held at Chapman University. Each winner will compete in regional finals Nov. 1 and 2 at USC.
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