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November 11, 1992 | CHRIS BAKER
Coach Terry Donahue said the Bruins will use a one-back offense for the remaining two games of the season. After averaging only 37 yards rushing in its first four Pacific 10 games, UCLA has averaged 174.5 yards in its last two games since switching to a one-back offense. Although he prefers a fullback and a tailback, Donahue was forced to abandon a two-back attack because fullback Kaleaph Carter has been hampered by an Achilles' tendon injury.
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September 10, 1991 | MAL FLORENCE
After Saturday night's 27-23 loss to UCLA, some Brigham Young players were irritated by remarks in an article attributed to the Bruins' Tommy Maddox and Matt Darby that demeaned their team. The players had mimeographed copies of a story written by James Sikes of the Bay City Post-News. There is a Bay City in Michigan, Oregon, Texas and Wisconsin, but none have newspapers listed as the Post-News.
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April 26, 1987 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER
Paul Peters of Santa Ana Valley High School has run everything from sprints to hurdles to the 1,600 relay this season. But Saturday at the Mt. San Antonio Relays in Walnut, he became a specialist. Peters, running just one race, won the invitational 400 meters in 47.34 seconds--a 1987 Southern Section best. Patrick Rowe of San Diego Lincoln finished second in 48.18 and Nick-John Haiduc of Servite third in 48.60. "I had people to push me," said Peters, who had previously run 49.
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September 9, 1992 | CHRIS BAKER
UCLA Coach Terry Donahue, who never met an opponent that didn't worry him, will mention The Citadel's 10-3 season-opening upset victory over Arkansas to his team before the 16th-ranked Bruins' season-opener against Cal State Fullerton Saturday night at the Rose Bowl. "I think it (upsets) happens once or twice a season," Donahue said. "I will mention that to our team and I'll make sure that our team is aware of that only from the standpoint of, 'Hey guys if you're not prepared this could happen.'
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September 27, 1987 | BILL ROBERTSON
It took Servite High School three weeks into the 1987 season to get its offense into high gear. The result was a 34-0 victory over Edison in a nonleague game Saturday at Anaheim's Glover Stadium. The loss was costly to Edison. It marked the first time since the school opened in 1959 that the Chargers have lost three consecutive games. Even more costly to their offense was a loss of running back Kaleaph Carter. Carter needed 99 yards to break the school's rushing record held by Kerwin Bell.
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November 23, 1985 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA
Bill Workman, Edison High School football coach, watched his team coast Friday night to a 22-7 victory in its first-round game against Alemany in the Southern Section Big Five Conference playoffs in Huntington Beach. The Chargers had a 22-point lead heading into the fourth period, so Workman rested his star tailback, Kaleaph Carter. By that time, however, the sophomore had done his share of damage.
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August 4, 1989 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, Times Staff Writer
Tony Ciarelli, who this year led the Edison High School track and field team to a Sunset League championship in his first year as head coach, has accepted a full-time coaching and teaching position at Newport Harbor High. Ciarelli, 35, will teach history at Newport Harbor in addition to being an assistant football and assistant track and field coach. Ciarelli was an assistant coach at Edison as a walk-on beginning 1982 until last spring when he became the head track coach.
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April 6, 1990 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
UCLA fullback Mark Estwick, a two-year starter, has left school for personal reasons, an athletic department spokesman said on the eve of spring practice which starts today. A strong blocker, Estwick ran for 374 yards and scored eight touchdowns in three seasons after making the team as a walk-on from Loyola High School. Maury Toy, Kevin Smith and Kaleaph Carter are expected to compete for Estwick's position.
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September 11, 1987 | STEVE LOWERY
Edison High School's Kaleaph Carter, one of the top running backs in Orange County, played sparingly in the Chargers' 21-10 loss to El Modena Thursday at LeBard Stadium because of a pinched nerve in his neck and back spasms that may cause him to miss future games. Carter, who gained 1,015 yards last season, rushed only 4 times for 13 yards in the loss. He also had been scheduled to play linebacker, but he did not play a down on defense.
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