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June 8, 1995 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Julie Lewczyk bought into the belief that college is the time to expand one's horizons. Lewczyk began pushing the envelope at Troy High, so she was ready for something especially fulfilling at Palo Alto. Lewczyk had hoped to join the powerful Stanford soccer team as a freshman, but that didn't work out. An athlete without a sport for the first time she could remember, Lewczyk, quite naturally, turned to . . . crew? "I know, it's not exactly the first sport people think of," she said.
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June 8, 1995 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Julie Lewczyk bought into the belief that college is the time to expand one's horizons. Lewczyk began pushing the envelope at Troy High, so she was ready for something especially fulfilling at Palo Alto. Lewczyk had hoped to join the powerful Stanford soccer team as a freshman, but that didn't work out. An athlete without a sport for the first time she could remember, Lewczyk, quite naturally, turned to . . . crew? "I know, it's not exactly the first sport people think of," she said.
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September 19, 1991
It may have been hot at the beach and cool at the mall, but did it make it back to campus when the first bell sounded earlier this month? Hot Topics wonders, "What summer trend has stayed alive through the beginning of the school year?" "Wearing little or no shoes--or clothes." Julie Lewczyk, 17, senior, Troy "Rollerblading. Down at the beach on weekends, it's hard to walk on the bike paths because you almost get run over by skaters."
SPORTS
December 4, 1990 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Kim Campbell's first high school soccer season ended with a bang and a whimper. Chasing down a pass and trying to get off a shot in sudden-death overtime of a Division 3-A semifinal game last spring, Campbell, a Canyon High School forward, crashed into Mater Dei goalkeeper Julie Tarnay. Tarnay made the save, and after spending five minutes on her back, Campbell left the field, only to watch Mater Dei score in the second sudden-death period to eliminate Canyon.
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February 7, 1991 | Responses gathered by Blythe Latimer (Cypress), Lauren Walden (El Modena), Michael Spivak (Huntington Beach), Beth Mueller (Rancho Alamitos), Brooke Lyons (St. Margaret's), James Crist and Efrain Islas (Santa Ana), Hieu Phan (Santiago), Rachel Cochrane (Sunny Hills), Layne Mosler (Troy), Claudine Ko (University) and Heather Lee (Villa Park).
It's February . . . it's supposed to be the rainy season in Southern California. Unfortunately for everybody, we're still mired in a long, long drought. But should we happen to get some precipitation, Hot Topics wonders, "What is your favorite thing to do on a rainy day?" "Sit back and watch it fall, because rain makes me think of how to solve my problems. I turn music on and think." Lucy Martinez, 18, senior, Santa Ana "Curl up with a good book in front of a window."
SPORTS
January 31, 1992
Chrissy Whalen scored two first-half goals and Becky Thomas had to make only one save to post the shutout as visiting Mater Dei stretched its unbeaten streak to 17 with a 4-0 victory over St. Joseph's in an Angelus League match Thursday. Joey Sisco and Heather Hough also scored for Mater Dei (17-1-2, 5-0-1 in league).
NEWS
June 8, 1990
What, no date for the prom? Dad won't let you borrow the car? Your boss is making you work weekends? You have to share a bedroom with your little brother? Your best friend is talking behind your back? Or does what's troubling you run deeper than that? Hot Topics wonders, "What's the toughest thing about being a teen-ager today?"
SPORTS
March 27, 1992
Ben Garner shot a par 72 at El Toro Marine Base to lead El Toro to a 396-428 victory over Dana Hills in a South Coast League golf match Thursday. Daryl Wooldridge shot a 78 for the Chargers (8-0, 2-0 in league), who have taken the early league lead. Scott Richardson led Dana Hills with a 73. In Angelus League golf: Servite 209, St. John Bosco 212--Dennis Manzo shot a three-over-par 39 for Servite (1-2, 1-1) at El Dorado Park.
SPORTS
April 1, 1992 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Before the soccer season, Kim Donohue turned down a chance to be one of the boys. Mater Dei boys' soccer Coach Martin Stringer asked Donohue, who was the Southern Section Division 4-A defensive player of the year as a junior, to become a defender on the boys' team. Donohue's first reaction: Is this guy serious? He said he was, and Donohue considered the proposal before deciding to return to the girls' team.
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