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October 26, 1995 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Julio Peraza might as well have been asked to rip out his heart. But the gold chain--given to him by his parents--had to go. Fear of standing out. Fear of theft. Fear of his mother and sister being raped. Fear of being sent back to El Salvador. Peraza, a sophomore running back at Dana Hills, no longer has to be afraid. But the memory remains. Wherever Peraza went, he carried his mother's love and care around his neck. The baptism chain represented that.
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October 26, 1995 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Julio Peraza might as well have been asked to rip out his heart. But the gold chain--given to him by his parents--had to go. Fear of standing out. Fear of theft. Fear of his mother and sister being raped. Fear of being sent back to El Salvador. Peraza, a sophomore running back at Dana Hills, no longer has to be afraid. But the memory remains. Wherever Peraza went, he carried his mother's love and care around his neck. The baptism chain represented that.
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September 25, 1997 | MIKE TERRY
La Puente Bishop Amat (2-0) vs. Dana Hills (2-0) 7:30 P.M. FRIDAY DANA HILLS HIGH Last season, the Dolphins may not have wanted to face the Lancers, perennial Division I title contenders. This year, Dana Hills is better equipped thanks to the emergence of running back Julio Peraza, who currently ranks fifth in the county in rushing yardage. Peraza had a 53-yard touchdown run in the Dolphins' 19-7 victory against Temescal Canyon.
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November 8, 1998
Prescott Hill scored on a 24-yard run in the third overtime to give Fullerton a 58-52 victory over Saddleback in a Mission Conference football game Saturday at Saddleback. Frankie Salazar's interception at Fullerton's four-yard line stopped Saddleback's final possession, which was followed by Hill's winning touchdown. Hill scored two of his four touchdowns in the fourth quarter. His nine-yard run tied the score with 2:32 left in regulation, 42-42, and sent the game to overtime.
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October 18, 1997
RUSHING *--* 1. Michael Jones Laguna Hills vs. Estancia 259 yards in 17 carries 2. DeShaun Foster Tustin vs. Santa Ana 255 yards in 15 carries 3. Julio Peraza Dana Hills vs. San Clemente 204 yards in 30 carries 4. Sam Moore El Toro vs. Irvine 200 yards in 21 carries 5. Mike McNair Mater Dei vs. Capistrano Valley 199 yards in 26 carries *--* PASSING *--* 1. Grant Wagner Esperanza vs. Los Alamitos 19 of 29, 350 yards 2. Zach Blazek Los Alamitos vs. Esperanza 22 of 26, 310 yards 3.
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March 10, 1997
Coach: Carey Hubert (third year). 1996: 5-0 in league last year; South Coast League champion. Key returners: Steve Anstead, Sr., 100, 200, LJ, TJ; James Brown, Jr., 110 HH, 300 IH; Ricky Flora, So., HJ; Devin Lindahl, So., 800, 1,600; Julio Peraza, Jr., 100, 200; Bryan Reese, Jr., HJ. Key newcomers: None. Outlook: The Dolphins appear to be the co-favorite with Mater Dei to win the South Coast League championship, but Mission Viejo and Capistrano Valley aren't far behind.
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September 20, 1997
Chris Weber returned an interception 43 yards for a touchdown to help Dana Hills to a 19-7 victory over Lake Elsinore Temescal Canyon Friday at The Diamond in Lake Elsinore. Weber's interception came early in the fourth quarter, putting the Dolphins up by 12 points. The Dolphins held a 12-0 lead at halftime. Rida Sharif scored on a five-yard run early in the second quarter for a 6-0 lead. Julio Peraza then scored on a 53-yard run, his third touchdown of the season.
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September 9, 1995 | GEOFF BILAU
Trent Perley was having a bad week--at least before Friday night. Perley, Aliso Niguel's junior running back, ran for 180 yards and two touchdowns as the Wolverines defeated Dana Hills, 26-6, at Dana Hills High. It was an unlikely performance, considering Perley had fumbling problems in practice and was twice admitted to the hospital for dehydration this week. Perley admitted he surprised even himself. "I had no idea I would get so many carries," said Perley, who ran on 22 plays.
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October 4, 1997
RUSHING *--* 1. DeShaun Foster Tustin vs. Huntington Beach 328 yards in 44 carries 2. Trevell Jackson Western vs. Los Alamitos 216 yards in 22 carries 3. Julio Peraza Dana Hills vs. East Valley 188 yards in 14 carries 4. Josh Kogler Edison vs. Orange 183 yards in 26 carries 5. Mike McNair Mater Dei vs. Irvine 181 yards in 23 carries *--* PASSING *--* 1. Andy Dennis Univeristy vs. Orange Lutheran 11 of 26, 296 yards 2. Doug Baughman Bolsa Grande vs. La Quinta 12 of 28, 286 yards 3.
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