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July 16, 1991 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
The match game: The roller skating pairs team of Larry McGrew and Tina Jerue have contrasting personalities and preferences--he is an extrovert, she isn't; he eats junk food, she doesn't--but on the rink, they're perfectly matched. Or so say their coaches, Dennis and Gail Collier, owners of Skate Ranch in Santa Ana. Dennis Collier said McGrew, of Santa Ana, and Jerue, of Corona, were paired on merit of aesthetics as well as athletics.
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July 16, 1991 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
The match game: The roller skating pairs team of Larry McGrew and Tina Jerue have contrasting personalities and preferences--he is an extrovert, she isn't; he eats junk food, she doesn't--but on the rink, they're perfectly matched. Or so say their coaches, Dennis and Gail Collier, owners of Skate Ranch in Santa Ana. Dennis Collier said McGrew, of Santa Ana, and Jerue, of Corona, were paired on merit of aesthetics as well as athletics.
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July 16, 1991 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They are the defending world champions, but few people know it. They practice for hours, but few people care. They dream of the Olympics, but the Olympics doesn't want them. They could give it all up, but what would that prove? They are roller skaters Tina Jerue and Larry McGrew, world-class athletes in an economy-class sport. "When most people think of roller skating, they think of roller derby," said McGrew, a Santa Ana resident.
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July 16, 1991 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They are the defending world champions, but few people know it. They practice for hours, but few people care. They dream of the Olympics, but the Olympics doesn't want them. They could give it all up, but what would that prove? They are roller skaters Tina Jerue and Larry McGrew, world-class athletes in an economy-class sport. "When most people think of roller skating, they think of roller derby," said McGrew, a Santa Ana resident.
SPORTS
November 19, 1993 | JIM HODGES
UCLA assistant Rick Neuheisel has spent some memorable moments in games against USC, going from blocker in the kickoff wedge to starting quarterback. Said Neuheisel, who coaches Bruin receivers: "When I was a freshman, I just wanted to get on the field, so I blocked in the wedge (in front of the return man). I was supposed to block the No. 4 man, so I counted 'one, two, three, four--oh, no, it's McGrew.'
SPORTS
November 24, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
The New England Patriots are getting less dramatic about the way they are winning games. But at least they're not losing those games. Greg Baty's first NFL touchdown, on a 13-yard pass from Tony Eason with 1:40 left, gave the Patriots a 22-19 victory over the Buffalo Bills Sunday and extended their winning streak to six games. A week earlier, they beat the Rams, 30-28, on Eason's 25-yard Hail Mary pass to Irving Fryar on the last play of the game.
SPORTS
January 21, 1986
Tight end Derrick Ramsey and placekicker Tony Franklin of New England are making their second trip to New Orleans for a Super Bowl. In 1981, Ramsey was with Oakland, and Franklin was with Philadelphia for Super Bowl XV. They were asked what they did upon arrival five years ago. Franklin: "We headed straight for the practice field." Ramsey: "We headed straight for the nightclubs." The Raiders won the game, 27-10.
SPORTS
July 6, 1990
BASEBALL Shawn Green, Tustin BADMINTON Hoang V.
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January 19, 1997 | DAVE GOLDBERG, ASSOCIATED PRESS
With three seconds left in the first quarter of the 1990 Super Bowl in the New Orleans Superdome, Brent Jones caught a 3-yard pass from Joe Montana to give San Francisco a 13-3 lead over Denver. "It's over," said Bill Walsh, who had stepped down as the 49ers' head coach as leading San Francisco to the title a year earlier. Walsh was right. San Francisco beat the Broncos, 55-10. The 45-point margin is the biggest in the NFC's run of a dozen straight Super Bowl victories.
SPORTS
November 19, 1988 | BILL DWYRE, Times Sports Editor
Coach Terry Donahue of UCLA wasn't able to attend Friday's traditional Rotary Club football luncheon rally for the UCLA-USC game, so he sent Rick Neuheisel instead. And Neuheisel stole the show. The 27-year-old quarterback coach for the Bruins, who threw 4 touchdown passes for the Bruins in their 45-9 win over Illinois in the 1984 Rose Bowl, said Donahue couldn't attend because he had more pressing business. "He's over on campus," Neuheisel said.
SPORTS
July 16, 1991 | MIKE REILLEY
Toni Bevelock is the first to admit she gets uptight when she plays racquetball. Bevelock, of Santa Ana, is one of the top players in the U.S. Olympic Festival, but she also knows when she gets carried away by her emotions. She occasionally suffers from an irregular heartbeat, which has bothered her during some matches. "I'm a pretty emotional person," she said. "And my doctors say the irregular heart rate is brought on by stress and adrenaline when I play."
SPORTS
July 13, 1991
With hometown, plus past or current affiliations to local high schools and colleges and current school affiliations where appropriate. BADMINTON (JULY 18, 19, 20, 21) West team--Erika Von Helland (Anaheim); Hoang Ly (Costa Mesa, Estancia High). North coach--Vicki Toutz (Los Alamitos, Garden Grove High). BASEBALL (JULY 16, 17, 18, 20) West assistant coach--Dave Demarest (Huntington Beach, La Quinta High).
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