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October 16, 1999 | STEVE KRESAL
Jose Retiz brings considerable talent to the field each time he plays for the Santa Ana College soccer team. But his skills aren't the first thing Coach J.P. Frutos mentions when talking about the talented halfback from Saddleback High. Instead, Frutos goes on about Retiz's positive attitude, not only about soccer but about his teammates, his classwork and life.
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March 25, 2000 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The immigration status of Galaxy rookies Tomas Serna and Jose Retiz remained in doubt Friday, but it became clearer how both Mexican citizens could have advanced this far without proper documentation to work in this country. Neither Retiz nor Serna, stars at Saddleback High and Santa Ana College who were drafted by the Galaxy in the third and fifth rounds of the MLS draft, were available for comment, and MLS and the Galaxy would not comment further on the matter.
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March 25, 2000 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The immigration status of Galaxy rookies Tomas Serna and Jose Retiz remained in doubt Friday, but it became clearer how both Mexican citizens could have advanced this far without proper documentation to work in this country. Neither Retiz nor Serna, stars at Saddleback High and Santa Ana College who were drafted by the Galaxy in the third and fifth rounds of the MLS draft, were available for comment, and MLS and the Galaxy would not comment further on the matter.
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February 9, 2000 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two years ago, Tomas Serna, Jose Retiz and Danny Califf were setting their sights on a Southern Section soccer title. Today, the three Orange County high school graduates are in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., fighting for spots on the Los Angeles Galaxy's roster. Retiz and Serna, a dynamic one-two scoring punch on what was the top-ranked high school team in Orange County, the Saddleback Roadrunners, were drafted in the third and fifth rounds out of Santa Ana College.
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February 9, 2000 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two years ago, Tomas Serna, Jose Retiz and Danny Califf were setting their sights on a Southern Section soccer title. Today, the three Orange County high school graduates are in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., fighting for spots on the Los Angeles Galaxy's roster. Retiz and Serna, a dynamic one-two scoring punch on what was the top-ranked high school team in Orange County, the Saddleback Roadrunners, were drafted in the third and fifth rounds out of Santa Ana College.
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September 22, 1998
Moorpark scored late in the second half to salvage a 2-2 tie with Santa Ana in a nonconference men's soccer game Monday at Santa Ana College. Frey Rosales scored in the 88th minute for Moorpark, erasing Santa Ana's 2-1 halftime lead. Jose Retiz and Nick Purdom scored in the first half for the Dons (6-1-1). In nonconference women's golf: Saddleback 370, Orange Coast 413--Selby Scriber shot four-over 76 and Merry Morgan shot 78 for Saddleback at Tijeras Creek.
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November 10, 1999
Santa Ana's Tomas Serna broke the single-season school scoring record during the Dons' 13-0 victory over Golden West in an Orange Empire Conference men's soccer game Tuesday at Santa Ana. Serna scored three goals, giving him 37, which broke the record of 36 set by Jose Vasquez in 1991. Jose Retiz and Robert Corona scored two each for Santa Ana (21-0, 12-0). Santa Ana opens the playoffs Tuesday.
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October 9, 1999 | STEVE KRESAL
Santa Ana had little trouble pushing aside Irvine Valley in the first half and went on to beat the visiting Lasers, 4-1, in an Orange Empire Conference men's soccer game Friday. Santa Ana, which extended its unbeaten streak to 38 games over two seasons, got goals from Alex Licea, Carlos Rangel and Robert Corona in the opening half. The victory also moves Santa Ana (13-0, 4-0 in conference) into sole possession of first place. Irvine Valley (8-3-1, 3-1) falls to second.
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December 4, 1996
Coach: Mel Silva (10th year). 1995-96: 15-7-2, 7-3 in the Golden West League; lost to Capistrano Valley, 3-2, in first round of Southern Section Division I playoffs. Key returners: Cesar Flores, forward, 10 goals last year, Sr.; Alex Licea, midfielder-forward, So.; Jose Retiz, midfielder, Jr.; Efrain Rodriguez, goalkeeper, Jr.; Joseph Tagaloa, forward, starting fullback on football team, Jr.; Alex Serrano, midfielder, Jr.; Thomas Serna, 20 goals, forward, Jr.
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October 28, 1998
Fullerton scored two second-half goals to tie conference leader Santa Ana, 2-2, in Orange Empire Conference men's soccer Tuesday at Fullerton. Jose Retiz and Tomas Serna gave Santa Ana a 2-0 lead, but the Dons (14-1-3, 6-0-2) played the entire second half a man short after receiving a red card. Fullerton's Derek Gildner scored first, followed by Ken Takaki's goal with 20 minutes left. Fullerton is 10-4-4, 6-2-1.
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October 16, 1999 | STEVE KRESAL
Jose Retiz brings considerable talent to the field each time he plays for the Santa Ana College soccer team. But his skills aren't the first thing Coach J.P. Frutos mentions when talking about the talented halfback from Saddleback High. Instead, Frutos goes on about Retiz's positive attitude, not only about soccer but about his teammates, his classwork and life.
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December 18, 1996
Suzaine Peterson's three goals late in the game helped San Clemente to a 5-2 victory in nonleague girls' water polo Tuesday at San Clemente Goalie Julie Manning had nine saves for San Clemente (2-4). Maya Boukai had 19 saves for Laguna Hills, which remains winless at 0-4. In other water polo games: El Modena 9, Cypress 1--Sophomore Ashley Belcher scored three goals for host El Modena (4-3). Loara 22, Santa Ana Valley 10--Anne Finck scored 11 and Natalie Dunn had seven for Loara (1-0).
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November 28, 1999
The Cypress women's and Santa Ana men's soccer teams needed overtime in the semifinals of the state soccer tournament, but both pulled out victories and advanced to finals today at the Olypmic Training Center in Chula Vista. Both teams scored two overtime goals as Cypress defeated Ohlone, 4-2, and Santa Ana knocked off Santa Rosa, 3-1.
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