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February 8, 1995 | MICHAEL WEINREB, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jimmy Harbour is, quite literally, stuck in the middle. He looks up at his father and his older brother, and down at his younger brother and he wonders: What in the world happened to me? On the bench at Moorpark College, where Jimmy is a sophomore guard and his father, John, is an assistant coach, it is the son who usually ends up stabilizing the father's temper. The way Jimmy sees it, once something's done, it's done. No need to get upset.
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February 10, 1994
Sean Martin scored 25 points and had seven assists to lead Moorpark College to a 90-71 basketball victory Wednesday over Santa Barbara City in a Western State Conference game. The host Raiders improved to 21-8, 3-3 in the conference. Martin, a sophomore from Agoura High, made five of eight shots from three-point range and converted all six of his free throws. Jimmy Harbour, a freshman from Camarillo, scored 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Raiders.
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December 27, 1991 | DAVID COULSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Ventura High was feeling a little defensive about holding only a two-point lead at halftime. So the Cougars used their defense to beat Channel Islands, 72-66, Thursday night in the first round of the Ventura boys' basketball tournament. Senior center Randy Martinez scored 10 of his 20 points in the third quarter and Ventura (8-1) used a tightly packed 2-1-2 zone to turn a 32-30 halftime advantage into a 55-40 lead.
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December 6, 1992 | PAUL OLSON
Damon Ollie tipped in teammate Marcus Sanders' missed shot with one second remaining to give North Hollywood High a 65-63 come-from-behind victory over Thousand Oaks in the final of the eighth Simi Valley basketball tournament Saturday night at Simi Valley High. Earlier, Sanders had tied the score, 63-63, with 1 1/2 minutes remaining.
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December 28, 1991 | DAVID COULSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Lance Fay and Nick Houchin were seeking vengeance Friday night in the Ventura basketball tournament. And the Buena pair came away satisfied after gunning down Thousand Oaks, 82-59, for a semifinal win. Houchin got the Bulldogs (6-3) going early on offense, with 14 of his 16 points coming in the first half. Fay provided the defensive spark in the second half as Buena broke open a tight contest.
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January 9, 1993 | VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Thousand Oaks High basketball team can be slowed--maybe even bored--but not stopped. Not yet, anyway. The Lancers (13-1 overall) improved to 4-0 in Marmonte League play by inching to a snail-paced 42-30 victory over host Camarillo on Friday night. Camarillo (6-8, 2-2), fresh off an 84-50 rout of Agoura, nearly made it two upsets in a row by employing a smothering defense and slow-motion offense.
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December 5, 1991 | JEFF RILEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Taft High faced the formidable task Wednesday of playing Fremont, ranked No. 2 in the state by Cal-Hi Sports, in the second round of the Simi Valley tournament. And for more than half the contest, the Toreadors appeared to be intimidated by the idea. But they rallied in time to force some perspiration from the Pathfinders, who escaped with a 68-64 win.
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January 7, 1992
The much-anticipated battle between Simi Valley and Agoura highs, two teams expected to contend for the Marmonte League boys' basketball title this season, barely materialized Monday. Host Simi Valley made 12 of its first 19 field goals and seldom was threatened in a 61-37 win. The Pioneers, ranked No. 1 in The Times' regional poll, improved to 10-2 overall and 1-0 in league play. "We were real excited to come out and get the win," Simi Valley Coach Dean Bradshaw said.
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February 14, 1992
Occidental College received double-figure scoring from five players Thursday to fuel an 97-87 upset of host Cal Lutheran in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference men's basketball game. Jeff deLaveaga scored a game-high 39 points for Cal Lutheran (11-10, 7-2 in conference play) on 12-of-28 shooting. However, Occidental (8-12, 2-7) had enough balance to offset that performance.
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January 7, 1993
Joe Mauldin turned in a superb all-around performance Wednesday to propel Valley College to its third consecutive victory, a 78-64 nonconference win over visiting El Camino. Mauldin led the Monarchs (4-12) with 22 points and had 10 assists, eight rebounds and six steals. Two of his thefts helped spark a key 15-3 second-half run that turned a three-point deficit into a 66-57 lead.
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