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February 1, 1990 | GARY KLEIN
The Glendale High girls' basketball team might be in the process of rebuilding, but sophomore Jenny Dalton continues to play like an experienced veteran. Dalton, 5-foot-8, is the only returning starter from last year's team that was 18-6 overall, 7-3 in Pacific League play and made it to the second round of the Southern Section playoffs before losing to Morningside. This season, Glendale is 6-11 and 1-6. The Dynamiters start two sophomores and three freshmen.
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June 12, 1996 | DANA HADDAD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jenny Dalton and Krista Gomez have been appointed to the task of designing championship rings for the University of Arizona softball team, which is only appropriate. After all, they were among the leading architects of what became the Wildcats' blueprint for winning three NCAA Division I championships in four seasons, including the 1996 title after a 6-4 victory over Washington.
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June 12, 1996 | DANA HADDAD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jenny Dalton and Krista Gomez have been appointed to the task of designing championship rings for the University of Arizona softball team, which is only appropriate. After all, they were among the leading architects of what became the Wildcats' blueprint for winning three NCAA Division I championships in four seasons, including the 1996 title after a 6-4 victory over Washington.
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February 1, 1990 | GARY KLEIN
The Glendale High girls' basketball team might be in the process of rebuilding, but sophomore Jenny Dalton continues to play like an experienced veteran. Dalton, 5-foot-8, is the only returning starter from last year's team that was 18-6 overall, 7-3 in Pacific League play and made it to the second round of the Southern Section playoffs before losing to Morningside. This season, Glendale is 6-11 and 1-6. The Dynamiters start two sophomores and three freshmen.
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May 8, 1992
Glendale High's Jenny Dalton hit three home runs Thursday against Muir in a Pacific League softball game, setting a Southern Section mark for home runs with 26. Dalton homered in the first, third and seventh innings to pace Glendale to a 23-0 win and supplant Charter Oak's Gina Karpinski (1983-86) in the record book. Dalton has six home runs this season and is three shy of the state record of 29 held by Dee Dee Phillips (1979-82) of Laytonville.
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April 26, 1998
Brea Olinda's Geney Orris tied the Southern Section record for career home runs Saturday when she hit her 28th in the Wildcats' 2-1 loss to Glendora St. Lucy's in a consolation game at the Charter Oak tournament. Orris, a senior, hit her fourth of the season to match the total Glendale's Jenny Dalton ended her career with in 1992. Orris' second-inning home run was the only run for Brea (12-5) and she had two of her team's three hits.
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May 26, 1994 | PAIGE A. LEECH
Six area players were honored as NCAA Division I All-Americans on Wednesday by the National Softball Coaches Assn. as part of the College Softball World Series festivities. Teammates Amy Chellevold (Thousand Oaks High) and Jenny Dalton (Glendale) of top-ranked Arizona and Amy Windmiller of Cal State Northridge were first-team selections. Both teams are competing in the World Series, which begins today. Windmiller, a senior right-hander, is 24-2 with a national-best earned-run average of 0.28.
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December 22, 1991 | DAVE COULSON
The Thousand Oaks High girls' basketball team showed it could win with depth as well as with individual talent Saturday night in the semifinals of the Santa Barbara Tournament of Champions. With standouts Michelle Palmisano, Marion Jones and Sasha Scardino saddled with foul trouble, the Lancers relied on clutch shooting by Melissa Wood, Samantha Clarke and Lori Sherman to knock off Washington, 51-40, at Santa Barbara High. Thousand Oaks (6-0) will face Peninsula for the title Monday at 8:45 p.m.
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May 28, 1996 | From Associated Press
Jenny Dalton hit a three-run homer in the first inning Monday to lead Arizona to its fourth national championship with a 6-4 victory over Washington in the NCAA World Series softball tournament. Pitcher Carrie Dolan (35-6) picked up the victory for the Wildcats (58-9), giving up 11 hits and striking out four. Heather Meyer (25-4) took the loss for Washington.
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May 25, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Arizona All-American Carrie Dolan scattered five hits and struck out three Friday as the Wildcats defeated UCLA, 4-0, in the NCAA Division I Softball World Series. It was Arizona's fifth consecutive victory over UCLA this season and only the second time the Bruins have been shut out. Leading, 2-0, the Wildcats (56-9) added two more runs in the sixth inning when Jenny Dalton drew her fifth walk in six plate appearances to open the inning.
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May 27, 1996 | From Associated Press
Washington advanced to the final of the NCAA World Series on Sunday when Jeanine Giordano's three-run double in a six-run fifth inning gave the Huskies an 8-2 victory over UCLA. Washington (59-8) plays Arizona, a winner over Iowa, for the title today. Jennifer Cline's two-run single gave the Huskies a 2-0 lead in the third inning, but Kim Wuest's two-run homer an inning later tied it for UCLA (47-11).
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