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December 10, 1994 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ
Quarterback Jim Arellanes of Valley College, who set a state passing record and several school marks this season, said Friday he will sign with Fresno State. "It was really tough (to make a decision)," Arellanes said. "It was between Fresno State and Memphis (State)." Arellanes, 6 feet 4 and 212 pounds, passed for a school single-season and career-record 3,908 yards to lead the Monarchs (10-1). He set Valley single-season marks with 246 completions and 30 touchdowns.
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December 10, 1994 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ
Quarterback Jim Arellanes of Valley College, who set a state passing record and several school marks this season, said Friday he will sign with Fresno State. "It was really tough (to make a decision)," Arellanes said. "It was between Fresno State and Memphis (State)." Arellanes, 6 feet 4 and 212 pounds, passed for a school single-season and career-record 3,908 yards to lead the Monarchs (10-1). He set Valley single-season marks with 246 completions and 30 touchdowns.
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November 5, 1994 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Every chance he gets, Jim Arellanes laughs. Tell him a silly little story and he breaks up. Throw a marginally amusing anecdote his way and there he goes again. Crack a joke and, well, forget it. It's the contagious glee of someone basking in life's sunny side. Arellanes has gone from near-neglect at Northern Arizona, where he redshirted one season and played infrequently the next, to overnight stardom at Valley College. "Oh, yeah. It's been good, definitely," he said.
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November 5, 1994 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Every chance he gets, Jim Arellanes laughs. Tell him a silly little story and he breaks up. Throw a marginally amusing anecdote his way and there he goes again. Crack a joke and, well, forget it. It's the contagious glee of someone basking in life's sunny side. Arellanes has gone from near-neglect at Northern Arizona, where he redshirted one season and played infrequently the next, to overnight stardom at Valley College. "Oh, yeah. It's been good, definitely," he said.
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December 1, 1994 | DAVE DESMOND
Valley College quarterback Jim Arellanes has been named offensive co-player of the year in the South Division of the Western State Conference. Moorpark linebacker Jeff Maxey is the defensive player of the year in the North Division. Basketball The girls' basketball teams of Palmdale and Chaminade highs will participate in the Jasper Place tournament Dec. 8-10 in Edmonton, Canada.
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April 15, 2001 | Associated Press
Mike Panasuk broke a fourth-quarter tie with a 40-yard field goal as San Francisco overcame a 16-point deficit and defeated Orlando, 26-25, in the XFL semifinals Saturday night. San Francisco will play at the winner of today's Xtreme/Chicago semifinal contest in the Million Dollar Game next Saturday. Attendance was 14,849, far less than the Rage's season average of 25,563.
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September 3, 1995 | Associated Press
Michael Pittman, a sophomore from San Diego, rushed for a career-high 181 yards and scored the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter to lead Fresno State to a 31-17 nonconference victory over Northeast Louisiana Saturday night. Pittman, who had 25 carries, scored on a nine-yard run with 12:38 left in the game to give Fresno State a 24-17 lead.
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November 13, 1994 | MITCH POLIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
With his team's dream of an undefeated season having ended in a loss to Bakersfield College last week, Valley Coach Jim Fenwick was concerned about how his team would respond Saturday against Compton. As it turned out, there was little cause for alarm. The Monarchs (8-1, 8-1 in the Western State Conference) kept alive their hopes of a bowl bid by routing the Tartars, 43-6. "I've been in coaching long enough to know that we might have been in for a letdown today," Fenwick said.
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November 20, 1994 | MITCH POLIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Valley College football team gave a record-setting performance in its regular-season finale Saturday night against visiting Santa Monica. Quarterback Jim Arellanes established a single-season school record for passing yardage and receiver Brian Comer tied Valley's single-season mark for touchdown receptions. But the most important figure for the Monarchs was the final score, a 42-0 Western State Conference victory that wrapped up a berth in a postseason bowl for the second year in a row.
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October 2, 1994 | MIKE BRESNAHAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Tempers flared, opposing coaches exchanged harsh words and there was no postgame handshake after Valley College's 36-25 victory over Hancock in a Western State Conference game at Righetti High. There was more than enough to dampen the spirit of Valley Coach Jim Fenwick, whose Monarchs put the game away with an impressive second half. Fenwick, the recipient of some unkind words from Hancock Coach Barney Eames, was shocked with the postgame activities.
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September 25, 1994 | IRENE GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Every time the Glendale and Valley college football teams met in recent years, the games had been well-played and close. That's why it was surprising to see Valley shut out the Vaqueros, 20-0, in Saturday's Western State Conference game at Valley. It's not like Valley (3-0, 3-0) played great. Glendale's performance was sloppy throughout the contest. Glendale (1-1, 0-1) fumbled five times and had two passes intercepted while failing to generate any kind of threat.
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September 8, 1994
1993 OVERALL: 9-2 CONFERENCE: 7-2 PLACE: 2nd in Sth. COACH, YR.: RECORD AT SCHOOL Jim Fenwick, 4th: 19-11-1 PLAYERS TO WATCH OFF DEF YR Jim Arellanes, 6-4, 210 QB -- So. John Buckley, 6-3, 215 -- LB So. Brian Comer, 5-10, 185 WR -- So. Tim Cronk, 5-11, 170 K -- So. Rudy de la Torre, 6-3, 265 G -- So. Davis Delmatoff, 6-0, 220 QB -- So. Richard Gill, 5-10, 178 WR -- So. Hillsdale Hufunga, 6-0, 235 -- E So. Jason Leonard, 6-1, 190 WR -- So. Tim Markowitz, 6-0, 275 C -- So.
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