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June 15, 2001 | JOHN KLIMA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
There are nights when Josh Sanchez hears his brother's voice. In those dreams, Marion "Rudy" Sanchez returns home. "I go to sleep thinking about him," Josh said. "Some nights, I go to bed crying for him. I hear him speak in dreams." "I'll be home soon, mijo. I'm proud of you." The dreams are an odd mixture of meditation and motivation. "I have the same dream," Sanchez said. "I pick up the phone and he tells me he'll be home soon. I go outside but he is never there."
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June 15, 2001 | JOHN KLIMA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
There are nights when Josh Sanchez hears his brother's voice. In those dreams, Marion "Rudy" Sanchez returns home. "I go to sleep thinking about him," Josh said. "Some nights, I go to bed crying for him. I hear him speak in dreams." "I'll be home soon, mijo. I'm proud of you." The dreams are an odd mixture of meditation and motivation. "I have the same dream," Sanchez said. "I pick up the phone and he tells me he'll be home soon. I go outside but he is never there."
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August 30, 1995
TROY 1994 RECORDS: OVERALL: 6-4 LEAGUE: 2-3 COACH: John Turek RECORD AT SCHOOL: 92-81-6 RETURNING STARTERS: OFF: 3 DEF: 5 *--* TOP RETURNERS OFF DEF YR Nick Brown, 6-0, 240 OL -- Sr. Tim Dale, 6-1, 215 -- DL Sr. Chad Elliott, 6-0, 195 -- DB Sr. Kyion Grayes, 6-0, 175 -- LB Jr. Jed Haggert, 6-6, 320 OL -- Sr. Larry Montgomery, 6-2, 200 RB -- Jr. Frank Pacheco, 5-8, 170 WB -- Sr. Miguel Patteyro, 5-10, 210 -- DL Sr. Josh Sanchez, 5-10, 230 -- DL Sr. *--* *--* TOP NEWCOMERS OFF DEF YR J.D.
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April 18, 1996
Savanna running back Eric Shine, who scored a county-high 26 touchdowns last season, is among the 36 seniors named Wednesday to the North team for the 37th Orange County all-star football game, July 12 at Orange Coast College.
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May 10, 2001 | From Staff Reports
Jon Strauss, in his first season at Glendale College, has been selected Western State Conference Southern Division baseball coach of the year. All-Southern Division selections included first baseman Fernando Valenzuela Jr.
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March 8, 2000
Robert Avila had four hits and drove in four runs, and Oxnard College defeated Glendale, 15-8, in a Western State Conference interdivisional game Tuesday at Oxnard. Avila hit a two-run home run and a run-scoring double for the Condors (9-5, 2-2), who broke an 8-8 tie with a seven-run eighth inning. Josh Sanchez had a double and a run-scoring triple in the eighth for Oxnard. Jason Botts hit a home run and a double for Glendale.
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March 28, 2001 | JOHN KLIMA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Ryan Noll got a second chance and didn't waste it. Noll, No. 8 hitter for Glendale College, lined out with the potential winning run on second base to end the ninth inning. But in the 11th, he deposited Chris Vega's full-count, two-out fastball over the center-field fence for a grand slam to give the Vaqueros a 6-2 victory over Oxnard in a battle of Western State Conference divisional leaders Tuesday at Stengel Field.
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February 13, 2000
Josh Sanchez's three-run home run was one of three hit by Oxnard College in the sixth inning that carried the Condors past Sequoias, 13-10, in the championship game of the College of Sequoias baseball tournament Saturday at Visalia. Ken Willis, the tournament's most valuable player, hit the first home run of the inning, a two-run home run with one out. He had eight hits, 12 runs batted in and four doubles as Oxnard (5-2) went 3-0 in the tournament. Josh Lake hit a solo home run.
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