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July 4, 1998
Defending champion and top-seeded Octavio Silveyra of Commerce beat Vincent Munoz of Commerce, 21-7, 21-4, in the men's pro singles semifinals Friday at the U.S. Handball Assn. National Championships at Los Caballeros Racquet and Sports Club in Fountain Valley. David Chapman of Long Beach, defeated John Bike of Hesperia, 21-20, 21-16, in the other semifinal. The final is 2:30 p.m. today.
July 5, 1998
Kelly Flathers won the women's open division of the Huntington Beach Parade 5K race for the second consecutive year Saturday. Flathers of Huntington Beach, won in 17 minutes 8 seconds. Flathers, 27, won last year in 17:21. Trini Robles, 35, of Placentia was second in 17:34 and Erin Remy, 32, of Fullerton was third in 18:13. Remy ran cross-country and track at Orange Coast and Cal State Fullerton. Oliver Wild of Irvine won the men's open 5K in 15:13.
Sometime during the last year, David Chapman found the key to winning. "I quit partying in college," said Chapman, the No. 1-ranked handball player in the country. He is undefeated on the Spalding/Gatorade Pro Tour this season with a 24-0 record and six tournament championships. The seventh and final stop on the tour is the U.S. Handball Assn. National Championships, this week at Los Caballeros Racquet and Sports Club in Fountain Valley and the Spectrum Club in Santa Ana.
September 19, 2001 | Eric Stephens
Chrissy Sanford has had a highly productive and often turbulent college soccer career. Sanford scored more than 40 goals for Ventura College after sitting out her senior season at Newbury Park High, dissatisfied with the coaching she received and her progress as a player. After her only season at Ventura, she signed with Arizona and led the Wildcats with 11 goals and 27 points.
September 19, 1990 | ROBYN NORWOOD
It was only one measly goal, and Dawn Evans is half-embarrassed at the commotion over it. A St. Mary's player tried to make a pass back to her goalkeeper in a game Sunday against UC Irvine. Evans, playing forward, cut in front of the goalie, took the ball away and put it into the empty net. There was a momentary delay, and then exultation. For a split second, it was as if the Irvine players hadn't realized what had happened. Evans had scored the Anteaters' first goal of the season.
September 28, 1989 | John Weyler
Somehow, you get the feeling this would never happen to Notre Dame's football team. When the members of UC Irvine women's soccer team showed up for the first day of practice this season, they didn't know who their coach would be. And when they found out, it turned out to be a guy they sat next to in biology, or somebody they had danced with at a fraternity party. Confused? Well, not surprisingly, this is kind of a long story.
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