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December 18, 2000 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
It seems fitting that sports pages across the country made a big deal about shortstop Alex Rodriguez accepting a staggering $252-million contract from the Texas Rangers while ignoring a shortstop who could have a greater impact in the years ahead. Jordan Krall, who grew up in Encino, played shortstop at Harvard-Westlake High and has started for three years at Amherst College, was awarded a Rhodes scholarship last week to study synthetic chemistry at Oxford University in England.
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December 18, 2000 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
It seems fitting that sports pages across the country made a big deal about shortstop Alex Rodriguez accepting a staggering $252-million contract from the Texas Rangers while ignoring a shortstop who could have a greater impact in the years ahead. Jordan Krall, who grew up in Encino, played shortstop at Harvard-Westlake High and has started for three years at Amherst College, was awarded a Rhodes scholarship last week to study synthetic chemistry at Oxford University in England.
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December 11, 2000 | From Times staff and wire reports
A 21-year-old college student from Encino and former scholar-athlete at Harvard-Westlake School is one of 32 Americans chosen to be next year's Rhodes Scholars. Jordan Krall, a chemistry major at Amherst College, is writing his senior thesis on creating a synthetic protein that will block replication of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Krall, a varsity baseball player for Amherst, foreshadowed his academic and athletic prowess while a student at Harvard-Westlake.
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December 11, 2000 | From Times staff and wire reports
A 21-year-old college student from Encino and former scholar-athlete at Harvard-Westlake School is one of 32 Americans chosen to be next year's Rhodes Scholars. Jordan Krall, a chemistry major at Amherst College, is writing his senior thesis on creating a synthetic protein that will block replication of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Krall, a varsity baseball player for Amherst, foreshadowed his academic and athletic prowess while a student at Harvard-Westlake.
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July 24, 1997 | DADE HAYES
When his high school graduation day arrived in June, Jordan Krall whooped it up with the rest of his Harvard-Westlake School classmates. But in the back of his mind was organic chemistry. After receiving his diploma, the 17-year-old immediately hit the books, absorbing material not covered by his honors and Advanced Placement courses. The payoff came last weekend when he earned a silver medal at the International Chemistry Olympiad in Montreal. He returned home to Encino on Tuesday.
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June 26, 1997
Matt Bernstein and Ryan Clement combined on a five-inning no-hitter for Agoura Oaks in a 15-2 victory over Van Nuys West on Wednesday in an American Legion District 20 baseball game that was called because of the 10-run rule. Jeff Smith and Brent Hirsch each had two hits and four runs batted in for Agoura Oaks (10-5). Smith hit a three-run home run in the fifth inning to give Agoura Oaks, which has won four consecutive games, a 14-2 lead.
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April 16, 1997
Dan Wasserman hit two home runs and a double Tuesday and Oak Park High routed St. Bonaventure, 16-6, to tie the Seraphs for the Tri-Valley League baseball lead at Oak Park. After splitting two games, the teams play a final time May 2. Wasserman, a senior center fielder, drove in six runs for the Eagles (9-5, 4-1 in league play), who led, 5-0, after one inning and 13-3 after three innings. Jeff Roberts (5-1) allowed five hits and six runs--three earned--in six innings for the Eagles.
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May 4, 1995
Pat Costello's second double of the game drove in two runs with two out in the bottom of the seventh, giving Agoura High a 2-1 upset of Simi Valley in a Marmonte League baseball game Wednesday at Agoura. Simi Valley (16-7, 8-3) fell into a tie for the league lead with Westlake and will play host to the Warriors on Friday. The Chargers (9-13, 2-9), whose two league victories are over Simi Valley and Westlake, had only four hits, all doubles.
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March 4, 1995
DELPHIC Campbell Hall '94 RECORD OVERALL LEAGUE 1-19 0-10 COACH YEAR Joe Sciuto 1st TOP RETURNEES YR POS Andreas Fehrle Sr. C John Pollak Sr. SS Erik Rasmussen Jr. P Mike Appel Jr. CF Brian Kriegler So. P/OF Thomas Rainey Sr. LF TOP NEWCOMERS YR POS Helemanu Wallace Jr. 3B Chris Poole So. OF OUTLOOK With six seniors, the Vikings have their most-experienced team in years.
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