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October 25, 2012 | By Steve Chawkins, Los Angeles Times
LOMPOC - The shark that attacked a surfer at Surf Beach was a great white, estimated at 15 to 16 feet in length, according to the Santa Barbara County sheriff. Ralph S. Collier, a shark expert from the Shark Research Committee of Chatsworth, made the determination Wednesday after examining the body of Francisco Javier Solorio Jr. and the board he was using when the shark attacked, according to a statement from the sheriff's office. Collier said he estimated the size of the shark based on the distance between teeth marks on the board.
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SPORTS
October 7, 1989 | GREG GUSS
Cabrillo 40, Calabasas 6--Cabrillo tailback Don Lindsey scored four touchdowns and gained 106 yards in 15 carries to lead the Conquistadores at Huyck Stadium in Lompoc. Lindsey scored on runs of 11, nine, one and two yards. Cabrillo quarterback Rob Cardenas completed all six of his first-half passes for 111 yards, including a 65-yard bomb to wide receiver Rick Harris, giving Cabrillo (2-3) a 14-0 first-quarter lead.
SPORTS
November 23, 2012 | Eric Sondheimer
The showdown everyone has anticipated all season in City Section Division I is set. Harbor City Narbonne and Crenshaw each won their semifinal games Friday night to advance to next Saturday's 7 p.m. final at East Los Angeles College. A.J. Richardson scored two touchdowns and Johnell Jackson rushed for 93 yards and scored two touchdowns in Narbonne's 39-12 victory over Carson. Crenshaw routed Venice, 59-10. Narbonne is 13-0. Crenshaw is 12-1. In City Division II semifinals, San Fernando upset No. 1-seeded South East, 24-13.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 30, 1999 | ROSEANN LANGLOIS
With a quiet "Thank you," 10-year-old Barrett Korber on Thursday accepted the Officer of the Year award from the California Boating Officers Assn. on behalf of his father. All eyes were on the boy during a memorial to his father, former Ventura Harbor Patrol Officer Paul Korber, who died in March 1998 south of the harbor rescuing a mother and her two sons from heavy rip currents.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 14, 2001 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The year-old bog fire is out. A year after a 10,000-acre wildfire raged in the hills north of Lompoc and ignited the 83 acres of subterranean peat, a stubborn, smoky blaze that defied firefighting efforts for months has ceased. On Wednesday's one-year anniversary of the blaze, it was finally out--they think. "Even now, although we say it's out, the problem is, until this thing either doesn't surface or resurfaces for sure, nobody knows," said Darryl D.
SPORTS
September 17, 2003 | Eric Sondheimer and Peter Yoon, From Staff Reports
USC baseball Coach Mike Gillespie again must cross his fingers and hope the top high school players who have committed to the Trojans will choose college over the pros. His latest commitment is power-hitting first baseman Lucas Duda of Riverside Arlington. He joins top pro prospect Trevor Plouffe, a pitcher from Encino Crespi, and infielders Matt Cusick and Doug Reinhardt of Santa Margarita, all of whom plan to sign with USC in November.
SPORTS
April 26, 1987 | JOHN LYNCH, Ed Hagerott
Alemany High's 16-7 win over North Torrance on Saturday at Alemany provided an appropriate ending to the long, meandering Redondo/Palos Verdes Tournament that began March 14 and entered the final round this weekend. Alemany concluded the tournament with a long, meandering baseball game that featured 23 runs; 24 hits, including 8 for extra bases; 10 errors; a hit batter; a balk; 4 wild pitches; and 3 pitching changes.
NEWS
May 16, 1985 | PAUL McLEOD
Seventeen Southeast/Long Beach area girls teams open Southern Section softball divisional playoff action today. In the 4A division, St. Paul High (12-7) travels to South Torrance (15-8), Warren (12-9) goes to Hart (19-4), San Gabriel Valley champion Cerritos (18-4) hosts Lompoc (16-7) and Downey (15-5) travels to Villa Park (17-5). Moore League co-champion Wilson (13-9) entertains Mira Costa (16-8), while the team Wilson shared the title with, Millikan (14-9-1), visits Santa Maria (18-5-1).
SPORTS
November 30, 1986 | JOHN LYNCH, Times Staff Writer and
For the second time in four games, Bob Dunivant, the Burroughs High football coach, has been accused of running up the score. And for the second straight time, Dunivant has given a simple reply--tough. After Friday night's 36-7 win over Lompoc in the Northwestern Conference quarterfinals, Dunivant dismissed charges by a Lompoc assistant coach that he showed no mercy, saying, in effect, that football is not a game for squeamish types.
SPORTS
March 14, 1987 | TOM HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
Woodbridge High School, on a 16-game winning streak, meets Saugus at 4:30 p.m. today for the Southern California Division II boys' regional championship in the Sports Arena. Woodbridge (26-5) won the Southern Section's 2-A championship and defeated Fresno Washington, 71-66, in the first round of the regionals. Saugus (23-9) was a wild-card entry in the Southern Section's 3-A division, won six straight games to win the title and beat Oceanside, 47-39, in the first round.
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