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September 10, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The night before a cross-country race, Eddie Salinas neatly lays out his Saddleback High School uniform--neon yellow shorts, white singlet, blue racing socks and shoes--on his bedroom floor. He then loads his cassette deck with heavy metal tunes, dons his headphones and goes to sleep--on the floor beside his uniform. "I'm not really superstitious, but a lot of times when I do this it gives me luck," Salinas said.
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September 10, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The night before a cross-country race, Eddie Salinas neatly lays out his Saddleback High School uniform--neon yellow shorts, white singlet, blue racing socks and shoes--on his bedroom floor. He then loads his cassette deck with heavy metal tunes, dons his headphones and goes to sleep--on the floor beside his uniform. "I'm not really superstitious, but a lot of times when I do this it gives me luck," Salinas said.
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March 12, 1988 | DON HECKMAN
Trumpeter Steve Huffsteter is a kind of jazzman's Steve Garvey--solid, dependable, capable. Thursday night at the Biltmore Hotel's Grand Avenue Bar, Huffsteter, leading an energetic eight-piece band, managed to survive a recalcitrant sound system and a noisy crowd to produce several sets of fiery, Latin-styled jazz.
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March 21, 1985
Castle Park High School Coach Bob Korzup called Wednesday afternoon's game against Saint Augustine "a circus." The Trojans and Saints battled to a 10-10 tie at Castle Park, in a game called because of darkness after seven innings. Castle Park, which had 18 hits, scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to tie the game. The Saints were down 7-2, but took a 9-7 lead when they scored seven runs in the fifth.
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June 9, 1988 | LEONARD FEATHER
Randy Bernsen may well be the most versatile, technically adroit young guitarist on the contemporary fusion scene. With three albums on Zebra Records in which to prove the point, this fast-rising soloist from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., made his belated California debut Tuesday at Le Cafe in Sherman Oaks.
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November 8, 1991 | KIM KUTCHER
The Saddleback High School boys' cross-country team overcame adversity to gain the Sea View League championship Thursday at Irvine Regional Park in Orange. Saddleback, unranked in the final Orange County Coaches' Assn. poll, defeated Corona del Mar, 32-57, to win the league championship. Newport Harbor, seventh in the poll, was third with 66 points and Woodbridge fourth with 85. Based on the teams' dual meet records and placing at Thursday's meet, Saddleback is the league's No.
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September 10, 1991 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD running..BD: TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mel Silva coached the boys' cross-country team at Saddleback High School when it was the worst in Orange County. Now, it's one of the best in the state. Saddleback didn't win a league dual meet from 1983-1987. Now, the Roadrunners are trying for a second consecutive Southern Section championship and their third Sea View League title in a row.
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September 28, 1990
Liza Alexander won the girls' race to lead Tustin High School to a 27-30 victory over Newport Harbor in a Sea View League cross-country meet at Tustin Thursday. Alexander, a sophomore running in her first varsity meet, finished the three-mile course in 18 minutes 33 seconds. Tustin, which is the top-ranked Southern Section Division II team, is 1-0 and Newport Harbor is 0-1. In the boys' race, Newport Harbor's Mike Hancock (15:52) finished first, but Tustin won, 25-30.
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October 13, 1989
Corona del Mar had the top seven finishers, all with the time of 16:46, to defeat Estancia, 15-50, in a Sea View League cross-country match. The seven who crossed the finish line at the same time were Marshall Solomon, Tim Sullivan, Darren Sutherland, John Murphy, Chris Cannon, Mike Marumoto and Keith Murai. In other Sea View League boys' cross-country: Saddleback defeated University, 15-44, at Mason Park.
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April 26, 1986
Mike Williams hit a pinch-hit, three-run homer with two outs in the top of the seventh Friday to give Madison a 6-4 City Eastern League win at Mira Mesa. Williams pitched the bottom of the seventh and retired the three batters he faced. "Williams was supposed to start today but I decided to rest him," Madison Coach Bob Roeder said. "He hit the ball hard over the 325-foot sign in left field, cleared it well. The whole place was shocked." Starter Chuck Frazier raised his record to 3-0.
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March 30, 1990
The Corona del Mar High School boys' track and field team lost its first Sea View League dual meet in seven years when Saddleback beat the Sea Kings, 95-41, Thursday afternoon at Corona del Mar. Corona del Mar's last league loss was to Estancia in 1983. Saddleback had not defeated Corona del Mar in a dual track meet since 1977.
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