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June 1, 1991 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Juliana Yendork of Walnut broke her own national triple jump record with a leap of 44 feet 1/2 inch to highlight the opening day of the two-day State high school track and field championships at Cerritos College Friday. It was the third consecutive week that Yendork broke a national record in the triple jump. Her previous best was 43-6 1/4 set last week in the Masters meet. Yendork also was the top qualifier in the long jump with a wind-aided leap of 20 feet.
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June 1, 1991 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Juliana Yendork of Walnut broke her own national triple jump record with a leap of 44 feet 1/2 inch to highlight the opening day of the two-day State high school track and field championships at Cerritos College Friday. It was the third consecutive week that Yendork broke a national record in the triple jump. Her previous best was 43-6 1/4 set last week in the Masters meet. Yendork also was the top qualifier in the long jump with a wind-aided leap of 20 feet.
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April 13, 1991 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When you first meet Juliana Yendork of Walnut High, she seems no different than any other 18-year-old senior. She likes video games and "The Arsenio Hall Show." She also likes to read and wants to go to college. However, Yendork also enjoys competing in track and field, and that is when she separates herself from most of the others her age. It is a problem she has had since first participating in the sport nearly five years ago.
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April 13, 1991 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When you first meet Juliana Yendork of Walnut High, she seems no different than any other 18-year-old senior. She likes video games and "The Arsenio Hall Show." She also likes to read and wants to go to college. However, Yendork also enjoys competing in track and field, and that is when she separates herself from most of the others her age. It is a problem she has had since first participating in the sport nearly five years ago.
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June 1, 1989
Jim Brownfield, Muir High girls track coach, is not discounting his team's chances entering the CIF State Track and Field Championships that start Friday at Cerritos College in Norwalk. But Brownfield realizes that Muir will need to get the most out of its five qualifiers. "We've got a chance for the state title, but we have to take two firsts, two seconds and an umpth," he said. "The umpth is Taminika Terry." The Mustangs are among the favorites along with defending champion Bakersfield of the Central Section, Locke of the L.A. City Section and Rio Mesa of the Southern Section, although Brownfield sees the race for the title as wide-open.
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March 11, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Juliana Yendork of Walnut, competing in the national high school indoor championships in Syracuse, N.Y., set a national record of 43-11 1/2 in the triple jump, breaking her old mark of 43-0 1/2 set earlier this year in The Athletics Congress national championships.
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July 29, 1990
Melanie Clarke of Valley College placed sixth in the long jump and former Rio Mesa High sprint standout Angela Burnham was sixth in the 100 meters in the International Junior Summer Games in Columbus, Ohio, on Saturday. Clarke, the state junior college and The Athletics Congress junior national champion in the heptathlon, leaped 18 feet 2 3/4 inches, more than two feet behind winner Juliana Yendork(20-4 1/4) of West Covina. Burnham, now running for UCLA, ran 11.77 seconds in a race in which 0.
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April 21, 1990
Juliana Yendork of Walnut High won the girls' triple jump Friday in the Mt. San Antonio Relays at Mt. San Antonio College. Yendork won with a wind-aided mark of 41 feet 10 1/2 inches. Her official best of 41-6 1/2 was a meet record, breaking the record of 40-7 set by Jackie Anderson of Spring Valley Monte Vista in 1987. Karen Hecox of West Covina South Hills surged in the final half-lap to win the 3,000 meters in 10:00.1.
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May 24, 1991 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ricky Carrigan of Compton High School will try to extend his outdoor sprint winning streak tonight in the Masters track and field meet at Cerritos College. Field events begin at 5:30 p.m., running events at 7. Athletes from all four Southern Section divisions will compete, with the top five finishers in each event qualifying for the State meet next Friday and Saturday.
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June 1, 1989
Jim Brownfield, Muir High girls track coach, is not discounting his team's chances entering the CIF State Track and Field Championships that start Friday at Cerritos College in Norwalk. But Brownfield realizes that Muir will need to get the most out of its five qualifiers. "We've got a chance for the state title, but we have to take two firsts, two seconds and an umpth," he said. "The umpth is Taminika Terry." The Mustangs are among the favorites along with defending champion Bakersfield of the Central Section, Locke of the L.A. City Section and Rio Mesa of the Southern Section, although Brownfield sees the race for the title as wide-open.
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May 18, 1991 | LONNIE WHITE
Sophomore Marion Jones reinforced her claim as the best high school female sprinter in the nation Friday with three record efforts in winning four events as Oxnard Rio Mesa won its second consecutive Southern Section 3-A track and field title at Cerritos College. Jones, defending State 100- and 200-meter champion, won both sprints and the 400 meters and anchored the Spartans' winning 400-meter relay team. Jones set records of 11.
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May 25, 1991 | MIKE GLAZE
Rio Mesa High sophomore Marion Jones and Walnut senior Juliana Yendork established National High School Federation records at the Southern Section Masters Meet Friday at Cerritos College in Norwalk. Jones, beset by a cold, breezed to a 100-meter victory in 11.28 seconds, eclipsing the 11.29 mark run by Ft. Worth Trimble Tech's Barbara Bell in 1982. Jones, who also owns the national record in the 200 at 22.87, won that event Friday night in an easy 23.29.
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