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November 11, 1992
College: Saddleback Sport: Football Position: Defensive Back Class: Sophomore Brion attended California on a football scholarship after graduating from Capistrano Valley High School, but after a year he decided to return home partly because the Golden Bears wanted him to switch to linebacker. Brion, bolstered by a year of experience in a Division I program, is having an outstanding season for the Gauchos.
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February 11, 1993
Jeremy Brion, a defensive back from Saddleback College and Capistrano Valley High, signed a letter of intent with Fresno State, Saddleback announced Wednesday. Brion had 54 tackles and a state-leading nine interceptions to help Saddleback finish No. 1 in the JC Grid-Wire poll last season. Brion, who earned all-state and All-America honors last season, has three years of eligibility remaining. Brion sat out the 1991 season as a redshirt at California before transferring to Saddleback.
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SPORTS
February 11, 1993
Jeremy Brion, a defensive back from Saddleback College and Capistrano Valley High, signed a letter of intent with Fresno State, Saddleback announced Wednesday. Brion had 54 tackles and a state-leading nine interceptions to help Saddleback finish No. 1 in the JC Grid-Wire poll last season. Brion, who earned all-state and All-America honors last season, has three years of eligibility remaining. Brion sat out the 1991 season as a redshirt at California before transferring to Saddleback.
SPORTS
November 11, 1992
College: Saddleback Sport: Football Position: Defensive Back Class: Sophomore Brion attended California on a football scholarship after graduating from Capistrano Valley High School, but after a year he decided to return home partly because the Golden Bears wanted him to switch to linebacker. Brion, bolstered by a year of experience in a Division I program, is having an outstanding season for the Gauchos.
SPORTS
September 7, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If Jeremy Brion of Capistrano Valley High School could turn himself into two players, his life on the football field would be a lot easier. Talk about split personalities. There's Brion the two-time all-league free safety, who aggressively pursues any would-be receiver. Then, there's Brion the aspiring running back, who is learning how to read his blockers and follow them. "It gets confusing sometimes," Brion said. "It felt weird going both ways in our first game in Hawaii.
SPORTS
September 10, 1991
Offensive MVPs: Marcellus Chrishon, Mission Viejo. Rob Johnson, El Toro. Tony Solliday, Capistrano Valley. Defensive MVPs: Jeremy Brion, Capistrano Valley. Bill Denny, Mission Viejo. Team Overall League PF PA Mission Viejo 11-2 5-0 425 220 El Toro 11-2 4-1 398 125 Capistrano Valley 12-2 3-2 409 239 Irvine 6-4 2-3 175 162 Dana Hills 4-5-1 1-4 184 202 San Clemente 4-6 0-5 207 249
SPORTS
January 1, 1992
Orange County-connected players in today's college bowls will include (county school is high school attended unless noted): CALIFORNIA (FLORIDA CITRUS BOWL) Mike Pawlawski, Troy, quarterback Jason Wilborn, Canyon, linebacker Jerrott Willard, Corona del Mar, linebacker Jeff Jones, Irvine, wide receiver Ryan Nash, Woodbridge, safety Daryl Pessler, Newport Harbor, Orange Coast College, offensive tackle Jeremy Brion, Capistrano Valley, safety Tim Manning, Trabuco Hills, defensive back Mike Riley,
SPORTS
February 5, 1991 | MIKE REILLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mike Riley, an offensive lineman at Fountain Valley High School, has orally committed to play football at California, Fountain Valley Coach Mike Milner said Monday. Riley, 6-foot-6 and 250 pounds, chose Cal over Arizona State, Washington State and Army. He canceled trips to Fresno State and University of the Pacific before committing. Riley is the second county player to commit to Cal, joining Capistrano Valley defensive back Jeremy Brion.
SPORTS
September 22, 1990
Quarterback Tony Solliday and his No. 2-ranked Capistrano Valley teammates got untracked in the second half here Friday night, scoring 28 points to bury Corona, 43-0, in a nonleague game. Solliday completed 11 of 12 passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns in the first 13 minutes of the second half. On the opening drive of the third quarter, Solliday threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Dave Poltl for a 22-0 lead with 8 minutes 34 seconds left.
SPORTS
December 9, 1992
College: Saddleback Sport: Football Position: Safety Class: Sophomore LeBreton was a standout defensive end at Mission Viejo High, but at 6 feet, 195 pounds, he was considered too small to play the same position at Saddleback. So he switched to safety. This season, he and Jeremy Brion, formed one of the most punishing combinations in the state. As the season progressed, LeBreton showed he was also skilled at pass coverage.
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September 7, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If Jeremy Brion of Capistrano Valley High School could turn himself into two players, his life on the football field would be a lot easier. Talk about split personalities. There's Brion the two-time all-league free safety, who aggressively pursues any would-be receiver. Then, there's Brion the aspiring running back, who is learning how to read his blockers and follow them. "It gets confusing sometimes," Brion said. "It felt weird going both ways in our first game in Hawaii.
SPORTS
December 8, 1990
CAP. VALLEY LINEUP Offense No. Pos. Name Ht. Wt. Yr. 15 QB Tony Solliday 6-0 180 Sr. 41 TB Jeremy Brion 6-1 201 Sr. 83 WR Brian Peterson 6-1 159 Sr. 88 WR Dave Poltl 5-10 170 Sr. 24 WR Scott Patton 6-1 190 Jr. 76 OT Steve Ford 6-0 206 Jr. 79 OG Mike LeGrand 6-1 210 Jr. 50 C Dan Thomson 6-0 215 Sr. 55 OG Danny West 6-3 215 Jr. 77 OT Nate Way 6-3 216 Sr. 31 TE Blake Spence 6-3 189 So. Defense No. Pos. Name Ht. Wt. Yr. 98 NG Charlie Grigas 6-0 204 Jr. 67 DT Jim Christian 6-2 210 Sr.
SPORTS
April 14, 1991
Wide receiver David Poltl is one of four Capistrano Valley High School players selected for the South team that will participate in the 32nd Orange County All-Star football game, which is scheduled July 12 at Orange Coast College's LeBard Stadium. Poltl set a county record by catching 175 passes during his three-year career, including 86 receptions last fall. Poltl's mark of 86 catches is second to former Los Alamitos standout Robby Katzaroff, who caught 93 passes in 1985.
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