April 8, 1988
Castle Park 29, Southwest 5--Sixteen batters had hits and 14 collected at least one RBI for host Castle Park, which scored in each of the six innings it batted. The 29 runs ties Castle Park (14-2, 2-0) with Holtville for sixth in the San Diego Section for most runs scored in a game. Holtville did it against Midway Baptist on March 30, 1985. The all-time section record for most runs in a game is 48, set by Christian in a game against La Jolla Country Day on April 14, 1977.
March 10, 1989
Sean Darrock hit three home runs as Mission Bay defeated host Granite Hills, 10-6, in a Hilltop-Moose Tournament game Thursday. Darrock, three for four on the day, had a bases-empty homer in the second, a three-run blast in the third and a two-run shot in the seventh. He finished with seven runs batted in. J.T. Thomas (1-0) won for Mission Bay (2-0). Granite Hills is 1-1. In other Hilltop-Moose Tournament games: St.
March 16, 1988
In other Hilltop-Moose tournament games: Mission Bay 6, Helix 1--Sean Rees threw a two-hitter while striking out seven and allowing no earned runs to lead Mission Bay (4-0). Rees (2-0) allowed no earned runs. Colin Davis was 2 for 4 with 2 RBIs for Mission Bay. Poway 6, Hilltop 5--Eddie Cornblum, who reached base on a one-out error, scored on a single by pinch-hitter Todd Waters in the top of the seventh. Matt Schwenke had a solo home run for Poway in the fourth.
March 20, 1988 |
As the seventh inning ended and extra innings loomed in the championship game of the Hilltop-Moose baseball tournament Saturday, neither Mt. Carmel Coach Sam Blalock nor Mission Bay Coach Dennis Pugh thought there was enough daylight to continue. But the umpires disagreed. And Mt. Carmel expired before the last bit of daylight did at Hilltop High School as Mission Bay claimed the title with a 10-9 eight-inning decision.
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February 7, 1996 |
On the third day of Christmas, Dong-Sik) Chong, 81, stepped outside his family home in Koreatown for his daily walk. "Don't go too far, Father," his daughter, Yong-Sook Becher, cautioned him. The old man and his wife had just moved in with his daughter's family in their new home. When Chong, who is hard of hearing and doesn't speak English, didn't return home at the usual time, family members scoured the neighborhood and filed a missing-person report.
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June 30, 1998 |
The California state labor commissioner became a teacher Monday, instructing day laborers in the American workers' rights he said they are too frequently denied. The seminar by Jose Millan at a labor site run by the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles--or CHIRLA--was the latest of several such events his staff has coordinated, mostly in Southern California, in the past few months. "If I can do anything to help them get the rights they deserve, I'm going to do it," Millan said.