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September 13, 1990 | J. A. ADANDE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Among Westside Los Angeles City high school football teams, some might qualify as powers this season and others might have to weather power outages. The Dorsey High Dons, defending 4-A champion, have a good chance to repeat this year, keeping Carson and Banning from hogging the title the way they have the past 15 years. Venice, which probably had its strongest team in school history last year, lost several key performers to graduation and is rebuilding.
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December 24, 1995 | From Associated Press
When ailing Marshall Faulk left the game, Lamont Warren took over and didn't miss a beat. Warren had career highs with 90 yards rushing and 67 yards receiving as the Indianapolis Colts defeated New England, 10-7, Saturday night to earn their first playoff berth since 1987. Faulk, last year's NFL offensive rookie of the year, went to the sideline early in the second quarter after aggravating his bruised knee.
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January 23, 1991 | ERIC SHEPARD
Lompoc High running back Napolean Kaufman, one of the top prep football recruits in Southern California, made an unwritten commitment to the University of Washington on Tuesday. Kaufman chose Washington over USC and Arizona. He said he plans to sign a letter of intent with the Huskies on Feb. 6, the national signing day. Kaufman, 5 feet 8 and 170 pounds, rushed for 1,960 yards and 34 touchdowns last season in leading Lompoc to the Southern Section Division VII title.
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December 27, 1991 | ERIC SHEPARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lamont Warren left Los Angeles last summer certain of his ability as a running back but unsure of his decision to attend the University of Colorado. The Dorsey High graduate signed a letter of intent with the co-defending national champions last February after having been won over by Colorado assistant coach Oliver Lucas. But when Lucas was unexpectedly fired two months later, Warren considered selecting a different school.
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December 24, 1995 | From Associated Press
When ailing Marshall Faulk left the game, Lamont Warren took over and didn't miss a beat. Warren had career highs with 90 yards rushing and 67 yards receiving as the Indianapolis Colts defeated New England, 10-7, Saturday night to earn their first playoff berth since 1987. Faulk, last year's NFL offensive rookie of the year, went to the sideline early in the second quarter after aggravating his bruised knee.
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December 27, 1991 | ERIC SHEPARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lamont Warren left Los Angeles last summer certain of his ability as a running back but unsure of his decision to attend the University of Colorado. The Dorsey High graduate signed a letter of intent with the co-defending national champions last February after having been won over by Colorado assistant coach Oliver Lucas. But when Lucas was unexpectedly fired two months later, Warren considered selecting a different school.
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April 17, 1990 | LONNIE WHITE
In an era of specialized high school athletics, it is rare to find an individual who excels in three major sports throughout his prep career. Many times athletes decide early to concentrate on one sport in order to increase their chances for success. However, at Dorsey High in Los Angeles, junior Lamont Warren has proved to be an exception. At 6 feet 2 and 180 pounds, Warren is outstanding in football, basketball and track and field.
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November 23, 1989 | TIM MARTINEZ
In another 4-A Division game: Dorsey 26, Cleveland 0--Running back Lamont Warren totaled 199 all-purpose yards and scored four touchdowns to lead Dorsey (7-3) at Jackie Robinson Field. Warren scored on runs of 17 and 85 yards, caught a 20-yard scoring pass from quarterback Chris Cook and returned a kickoff 91 yards. He also ran in a two-point conversion. Cleveland (4-6) was limited to 141 total yards and crossed midfield only twice.
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December 7, 1990
The first Los Angeles Black Sports Hall of Fame awards ceremony will be held Saturday, Jan. 12, at the Ebony Showcase Theater. Jackie Robinson, the first black player in the major leagues, heads a group of five sports figures from Southern California who will be inducted.
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August 27, 1997 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On Dorsey High's wall of honor hangs his picture, along with those of Karim Abdul-Jabbar, Keyshawn Johnson and Lamont Warren. But Michael Black never played a down of football for Dorsey. He was going to, had even participated in spring ball and was running step for step with Abdul-Jabbar, who was then Sharmon Shah. They were to report for fall practice in 1991, and there was to be more competition, with the winner playing tailback and the loser playing fullback for the Dons.
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January 23, 1991 | ERIC SHEPARD
Lompoc High running back Napolean Kaufman, one of the top prep football recruits in Southern California, made an unwritten commitment to the University of Washington on Tuesday. Kaufman chose Washington over USC and Arizona. He said he plans to sign a letter of intent with the Huskies on Feb. 6, the national signing day. Kaufman, 5 feet 8 and 170 pounds, rushed for 1,960 yards and 34 touchdowns last season in leading Lompoc to the Southern Section Division VII title.
NEWS
September 13, 1990 | J. A. ADANDE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Among Westside Los Angeles City high school football teams, some might qualify as powers this season and others might have to weather power outages. The Dorsey High Dons, defending 4-A champion, have a good chance to repeat this year, keeping Carson and Banning from hogging the title the way they have the past 15 years. Venice, which probably had its strongest team in school history last year, lost several key performers to graduation and is rebuilding.
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April 17, 1990 | LONNIE WHITE
In an era of specialized high school athletics, it is rare to find an individual who excels in three major sports throughout his prep career. Many times athletes decide early to concentrate on one sport in order to increase their chances for success. However, at Dorsey High in Los Angeles, junior Lamont Warren has proved to be an exception. At 6 feet 2 and 180 pounds, Warren is outstanding in football, basketball and track and field.
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December 8, 1989 | STEVE ELLING
The offensive similarities will be pronounced when El Camino Real and Dorsey highs meet in a City Section 4-A Division semifinal playoff game at 7:30 tonight at Jackie Robinson Field in Los Angeles. Anyone for eight-minute, 15-play, 80-yard drives? Dorsey running backs Lamont Warren and Larry Edmonds have rushed for 1,658 yards behind a bulky line that averages 250 pounds, and quarterback Chris Cook has passed for 779 yards and eight touchdowns.
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December 16, 1989
OFFENSE PLAYER SCHOOL POS HGT WGT YR Robert Cervantes Roosevelt WR 5-10 165 Sr Walter Hill Crenshaw WR 6-0 180 Sr Benjamin Drati Los Angeles Line 6-2 210 Sr Wayne Middleton Crenshaw Line 6-0 220 Sr David Vida Loyola Line 6-2 230 Sr Justin Yarro Loyola Line 6-4 235 Sr Hilario Espinosa Garfield Back 5-7 170 Jr Kevin Hicks Crenshaw Back 5-9 180 Sr Kahlil McAlpin Loyola Back 5-9 155 Sr Lamont Warren Dorsey Back 5-10 180 Jr James Fuller Locke Back 6-1 185 Sr John Stonehouse Loyola K 5-10 170 So
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