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October 16, 1990 | Associated Press
Former Oklahoma quarterback Charles Thompson testified Monday that he sold cocaine to an undercover FBI agent for a one-time teammate and a former member of the school's track team. Thompson, serving a two-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to a federal charge of conspiracy to distribute cocaine in April of 1989, testified during the trial of John Green, 25, a former teammate from Detroit, and Lamont Harris, 23, a Dallas resident who lettered in track from 1986 to 1988.
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October 18, 1990 | From Associated Press
Two former Oklahoma athletes were convicted by a federal jury Wednesday of obtaining cocaine for former Oklahoma quarterback Charles Thompson to sell. After three hours of deliberations, the jury convicted John Green, 25, of Detroit and Lamont Harris, 23, of Dallas. They were accused of supplying 17 grams of cocaine to Thompson, who sold it to an undercover FBI agent in January, 1989. He is serving a two-year prison sentence in connection with that sale.
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October 17, 1990 | ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Charles Thompson, former University of Oklahoma quarterback serving a two-year sentence for selling cocaine, testified this week in Oklahoma federal court that he, Jamelle Holieway and other members of the Sooner football team used cocaine. Thompson also said then-coach Barry Switzer suspected the Sooner players were taking the drug. Thompson was testifying in the trial of John Green and Lamont Harris, former Oklahoma athletes accused of supplying Thompson with cocaine in January of 1989.
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October 17, 1990 | ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Charles Thompson, former University of Oklahoma quarterback serving a two-year sentence for selling cocaine, testified this week in Oklahoma federal court that he, Jamelle Holieway and other members of the Sooner football team used cocaine. Thompson also said then-coach Barry Switzer suspected the Sooner players were taking the drug. Thompson was testifying in the trial of John Green and Lamont Harris, former Oklahoma athletes accused of supplying Thompson with cocaine in January of 1989.
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October 18, 1990 | From Associated Press
Two former Oklahoma athletes were convicted by a federal jury Wednesday of obtaining cocaine for former Oklahoma quarterback Charles Thompson to sell. After three hours of deliberations, the jury convicted John Green, 25, of Detroit and Lamont Harris, 23, of Dallas. They were accused of supplying 17 grams of cocaine to Thompson, who sold it to an undercover FBI agent in January, 1989. He is serving a two-year prison sentence in connection with that sale.
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September 20, 1986 | Rick Fields
Simi Valley 28, Palmdale 8 KEY PLAYS Simi Valley's Todd Studer threw a 28-yard touchdown pass to Mark Bustamante with six minutes left in the third quarter. . . . Simi Valley's Tony Kerr had a 19-yard run for a touchdown with three minutes left in the third quarter to make the score 21-0. . . . Simi Vall1702436979the game on a 41-yard run by sophomore running back Lamont Harris. KEY PLAYERS Quarterback Todd Studer (S) completed 9 of 21 passes for 165 yards. . . .
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November 5, 1988 | MIKE GLAZE
Camarillo 21, Simi Valley 10--Camarillo fullback Greg Exler rushed for 115 yards in 19 carries and scored on runs of 16 and 2 yards--both in the fourth quarter--to bring the Scorpions back from a 10-7 halftime deficit at Simi Valley. Camarillo (4-5, 3-2) fumbled on its first 2 possessions, one miscue leading to a 32-yard field goal by Simi Valley's Greg Sabbe.
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September 10, 1988 | GREG GUSS
Ventura 28, Simi Valley 0--Running back Chris Lambert ran for 87 yards and two first-half touchdowns as Ventura scored all its points by halftime at Simi Valley. Ventura quarterback Tim Albrent led the first-half assault, completing 7 of 8 passes for 126 yards and a touchdown. The Ventura defense, led by linebacker Jesse Sloan's interception and fumble recovery, limited Simi Valley to 127 total yards and six first downs in the game.
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December 18, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
A federal judge has sent two former University of Oklahoma athletes to prison for helping former Sooners quarterback Charles Thompson sell cocaine. U.S. District Judge Ralph Thompson sentenced former football player John Green, 25, of Detroit to 16 months and former Sooner track runner Lamont Harris of Dallas to 18 months. The judge also ordered Monday that the two be supervised for three years after release and receive drug treatment.
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October 17, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
A federal jury convicted two former University of Oklahoma athletes today of supplying cocaine to former Sooner quarterback Charles Thompson in January, 1989. John Green, who was Thompson's teammate, and Lamont Harris, a former track star, were accused of obtaining cocaine for the quarterback, who sold it to an undercover FBI agent. Thompson is serving a two-year prison sentence in connection with the incident.
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October 16, 1990 | Associated Press
Former Oklahoma quarterback Charles Thompson testified Monday that he sold cocaine to an undercover FBI agent for a one-time teammate and a former member of the school's track team. Thompson, serving a two-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to a federal charge of conspiracy to distribute cocaine in April of 1989, testified during the trial of John Green, 25, a former teammate from Detroit, and Lamont Harris, 23, a Dallas resident who lettered in track from 1986 to 1988.
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October 5, 1988
Evidence continues to mount that the Marmonte League is in a down cycle. One year after the league sent two teams to the Coastal Conference final, only Channel Islands appears strong enough to again contend. The exhibits: Newbury Park is winless in its past 15 games; Westlake has lost 6 consecutive games; Royal, because of its recent forfeit to Agoura, has not won a game in 12 outings; Simi Valley has not won in 5 games or 6 of its past 7.
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