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March 19, 1991
School: Brea-Olinda High Sport: Basketball Position: Center Class: Senior Lacking the bulk and height of many of her opponents, Williams, at 5 feet 9 and about 135 pounds, isn't often in the position of being an intimidating post player. She gets the job done--averaging 17 points and eight rebounds in her third season as a starter--in an understated manner. "Her stats won't overwhelm you," Brea-Olinda Coach Mark Trakh said.
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May 3, 1994 | JOHN WEYLER
The year that was and the first Golden Anteater Awards: * Best Performance by a Male Athlete in a Leading Role--Point guard Lloyd Mumford, who seldom followed the script, wins for his brilliant ad libs during a Jan. 27 overtime loss at Long Beach State. Mumford's Harlem Globetrotter routine began after halftime, when he made eight of 13 mostly spectacular shots, scored 25 points and had six assists and three steals in the final 25 minutes.
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April 20, 1993 | MIKE REILLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Claremont High distance runner Laura Monson has signed with UC Irvine, and Anteater Coach Vince O'Boyle hopes to sign as many as four more athletes. Monson, who runs the mile and 3,200 meters, also visited Northern Arizona and canceled trips to Washington and Idaho. Two other distance runners--Agoura's Tiffany Burt and Escondido's Michelle Cox--said Monday they have committed to Irvine and plan to sign in the next few days.
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April 20, 1993 | MIKE REILLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Claremont High distance runner Laura Monson has signed with UC Irvine, and Anteater Coach Vince O'Boyle hopes to sign as many as four more athletes. Monson, who runs the mile and 3,200 meters, also visited Northern Arizona and canceled trips to Washington and Idaho. Two other distance runners--Agoura's Tiffany Burt and Escondido's Michelle Cox--said Monday they have committed to Irvine and plan to sign in the next few days.
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December 6, 1992
Biola, with a 63% shooting percentage, defeated Chapman, 70-62, in a nonconference men's basketball game Saturday at Chapman's Hutton Center. While Biola was hot, Chapman was decidedly not. The Panthers (1-2) shot 43% from the field but made only five of 25 three-point attempts. The poor long-range shooting performance was actually a slight improvement over the Panthers' last game, a 63-60 loss to Occidental in which they made one of 22 shots from beyond the three-point line.
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March 17, 1991 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jinelle Williams, Brea-Olinda's multitalented center, had just completed her three-year high school career that included 99 victories and was contemplating her future. Williams had scored 16 points and grabbed 11 rebounds Saturday in a 54-46 victory over Hayward Moreau in the State Division II girls' championship game. Next stop: UC Irvine. Williams will move from center to guard and her role will change from scorer to role player on the next level.
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May 3, 1994 | JOHN WEYLER
The year that was and the first Golden Anteater Awards: * Best Performance by a Male Athlete in a Leading Role--Point guard Lloyd Mumford, who seldom followed the script, wins for his brilliant ad libs during a Jan. 27 overtime loss at Long Beach State. Mumford's Harlem Globetrotter routine began after halftime, when he made eight of 13 mostly spectacular shots, scored 25 points and had six assists and three steals in the final 25 minutes.
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December 18, 1989 | DONNA CARTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three years ago, Jinelle Williams was a scared eighth-grader riding the pine for the Pole Cats, an elite developmental girls' basketball team. Williams had played virtually no organized basketball. She was only on the bench because Brea-Olinda High School Coach Mark Trakh had seen her in his junior high physical education class and recognized her athletic talent. He suggested that she play for the Pole Cats, a junior high team coached by history teacher Jon Joslin.
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February 25, 1995
UC Irvine upset Big West Conference-leader UC Santa Barbara, 79-61, in a women's basketball game Friday at the Bren Events Center. The Anteaters' victory snapped an 11-game losing streak against the Gauchos, dating back to Feb. 18, 1989, and set a school record for most conference victories in a season with 11. Allah-mi Basheer and Jinelle Williams each scored 20 points for UCI (14-9, 11-5).
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November 23, 1990
The UC Irvine women's basketball program signed its fourth high school senior to a national letter of intent, the school announced. Cher Scanlon, a 5-foot-10 forward who averaged 12.8 points and eight rebounds per game for South Salem (Ore.) High School, has agreed to attend Irvine next fall. Scanlon joins the other Anteater signees, Christina Adams of El Cajon Granite Hills, Elizabeth Beers of Chino and Jinelle Williams of Brea-Olinda.
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December 6, 1992
Biola, with a 63% shooting percentage, defeated Chapman, 70-62, in a nonconference men's basketball game Saturday at Chapman's Hutton Center. While Biola was hot, Chapman was decidedly not. The Panthers (1-2) shot 43% from the field but made only five of 25 three-point attempts. The poor long-range shooting performance was actually a slight improvement over the Panthers' last game, a 63-60 loss to Occidental in which they made one of 22 shots from beyond the three-point line.
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March 19, 1991
School: Brea-Olinda High Sport: Basketball Position: Center Class: Senior Lacking the bulk and height of many of her opponents, Williams, at 5 feet 9 and about 135 pounds, isn't often in the position of being an intimidating post player. She gets the job done--averaging 17 points and eight rebounds in her third season as a starter--in an understated manner. "Her stats won't overwhelm you," Brea-Olinda Coach Mark Trakh said.
SPORTS
March 17, 1991 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jinelle Williams, Brea-Olinda's multitalented center, had just completed her three-year high school career that included 99 victories and was contemplating her future. Williams had scored 16 points and grabbed 11 rebounds Saturday in a 54-46 victory over Hayward Moreau in the State Division II girls' championship game. Next stop: UC Irvine. Williams will move from center to guard and her role will change from scorer to role player on the next level.
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December 18, 1989 | DONNA CARTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three years ago, Jinelle Williams was a scared eighth-grader riding the pine for the Pole Cats, an elite developmental girls' basketball team. Williams had played virtually no organized basketball. She was only on the bench because Brea-Olinda High School Coach Mark Trakh had seen her in his junior high physical education class and recognized her athletic talent. He suggested that she play for the Pole Cats, a junior high team coached by history teacher Jon Joslin.
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December 20, 1993
UC Irvine suffered its worst shooting performance of the season and lost to Rice, 68-45, in a nonconference women's basketball game Sunday in Houston. The Anteaters shot only 23% (16 of 69), Rice shot 50% (29 of 58). Brenda Conaway had 21 points and Nicki Manzo added 10 for the Owls (4-1). Each was eight of 13 from the field. Karie Yoshioka had 13 points and Jinelle Williams had 11 points and a game-high 10 rebounds for UC Irvine (1-4).
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January 30, 1991
In other Orange League games: Brea-Olinda 89, Anaheim 16--Jinelle Williams scored 27 points and Cathy Lewis had 12 points to lead visiting Brea-Olinda (20-1, 7-0). The halftime score was 48-5. Valencia 57, Western 29--Forward Sommer McLaine scored 21 points and center Heather Kidd added 19 for Valencia (15-7, 6-1). Host Valencia took an 11-4 lead and led, 26-11, at halftime.
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