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March 3, 1995 | From Staff and Wire reports
Move over Tony Gwynn. Make way for Jim Campanis. The San Diego Padres locker where Gwynn's No. 19 once hung is now occupied by Campanis, a catcher and the grandson of former executive Al Campanis. Campanis, a former standout from Valencia High, spent last season at the Angels' Class-A affiliate at Lake Elsinore. Rookie Manager Bruce Bochy settled on a lineup for the team's first exhibition Friday against the Angels.
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SPORTS
March 3, 1995 | From Staff and Wire reports
Move over Tony Gwynn. Make way for Jim Campanis. The San Diego Padres locker where Gwynn's No. 19 once hung is now occupied by Campanis, a catcher and the grandson of former executive Al Campanis. Campanis, a former standout from Valencia High, spent last season at the Angels' Class-A affiliate at Lake Elsinore. Rookie Manager Bruce Bochy settled on a lineup for the team's first exhibition Friday against the Angels.
SPORTS
July 8, 1991 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA
The bride wore white. The groom wore spikes. The bridesmaids carried flowers. The groomsmen carried baseball bats. The bride kissed the groom. The groom ran to the bullpen to warm up the pitcher. Such was the scenario June 30 in Jacksonville, Fla., where Jacksonville Suns catcher Jim Campanis married Lisa Barsanti at home plate before a Southern League game against the Huntsville, Ala., Stars in Wolfson Park. How's this for a wedding party?
SPORTS
July 8, 1991 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA
The bride wore white. The groom wore spikes. The bridesmaids carried flowers. The groomsmen carried baseball bats. The bride kissed the groom. The groom ran to the bullpen to warm up the pitcher. Such was the scenario June 30 in Jacksonville, Fla., where Jacksonville Suns catcher Jim Campanis married Lisa Barsanti at home plate before a Southern League game against the Huntsville, Ala., Stars in Wolfson Park. How's this for a wedding party?
SPORTS
August 27, 1990 | MARTIN BECK
It seems all Bret Boone and Jim Campanis needed was to get back together. Boone and Campanis, former teammates at USC, were reunited midway through this season on the Seattle Mariners' Class-A team in Hampton, Va., the Peninsula Pilots, and, apparently, the reunion has re-energized both players. Since Boone joined the Pilots after the Mariners drafted him in the fifth round of the draft in June, Campanis has raised his average from below .200 to .260. After starting slowly, Boone's average is .
SPORTS
May 9, 1985 | JIM McCURDIE, Times Staff Writer
Valencia High School's Andy Ruscitto needed only one swing to settle what others had agonized over for nearly three hours Wednesday afternoon. Ruscitto provided a high-drama finish to a game that had become a comedy of errors. After 12 errors, 25 hits, 10 walks and 21 runs, Ruscitto hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Tigers a 12-11 win over Western on the Valencia field.
SPORTS
February 21, 1988
USC won its 13th consecutive game Saturday by beating UC Riverside, 20-12. USC's 13-0 start is its best since 1943, when former coach Rod Dedeaux led his first team to a 14-0 record. Bret Barberie's 3 home runs, a double, a single and 7 runs batted in led an 18-hit attack. Jim Campanis was 4 for 5 with a two-run homer and two doubles. The Trojans blew a six-run lead in the third inning when Riverside scored seven runs on back-to-back home runs by Ty Murphy and Logan Ostrander.
SPORTS
August 27, 1990 | MARTIN BECK
It seems all Bret Boone and Jim Campanis needed was to get back together. Boone and Campanis, former teammates at USC, were reunited midway through this season on the Seattle Mariners' Class-A team in Hampton, Va., the Peninsula Pilots, and, apparently, the reunion has re-energized both players. Since Boone joined the Pilots after the Mariners drafted him in the fifth round of the draft in June, Campanis has raised his average from below .200 to .260. After starting slowly, Boone's average is .
SPORTS
May 9, 1985 | JIM McCURDIE, Times Staff Writer
Valencia High School's Andy Ruscitto needed only one swing to settle what others had agonized over for nearly three hours Wednesday afternoon. Ruscitto provided a high-drama finish to a game that had become a comedy of errors. After 12 errors, 25 hits, 10 walks and 21 runs, Ruscitto hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Tigers a 12-11 win over Western on the Valencia field.
SPORTS
May 29, 1985
Valencia High School outfielder Andy Ruscitto, who set an Orange County record with 12 home runs this season, and Western pitcher David Tellers, who went 11-3 to lead the Pioneers to a share of the Orange League championship with the Tigers, were named Co-Most Valuable Players of the league. Valencia's Kevin McConnell and Western's Dave Bowman were named Co-Coaches of the Year.
NEWS
October 2, 1986
Sportsmanship awards were presented to Newbridge School and its athletic director, Bill Ruehl, by Jim Campanis of the Los Angeles Dodgers community services staff. The awards are co-sponsored by Adohr Farms. Enrico Montano, 17, shot a one-over-par 72 to win the Rancho Park Golf Course Junior Club championship. Justin Manacher, 16, was second with an 83. Joseph Kim and Max Riedel, students at Hollywood's Faulkner School of Fencing, finished one-two in the prep section of a U.S. Fencing Assn.
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