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October 15, 1999 | MIKE TERRY
No. 3 Mater Dei (3-2) vs. Santa Fe Springs St. Paul (5-0) 7:30 TONIGHT ST. PAUL HS Bruce Rollinson knows that St. Paul Coach Marijon Ancich, who picked up his 300th victory last week against Alta Loma, is after a bigger trophy this week. "I see this as a statement game for them," Mater Dei's coach said. "Our dilemma is convincing our kids what a Catholic school war is all about." The Monarchs' problem is stopping the Swordsmen's running game, which rolled up 571 yards on Alta Loma.
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October 9, 1998 | SCOTT MOE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Taking a 21-point lead early in the second quarter, St. Paul spent most of Thursday night's game against Alta Loma trying to preserve a shutout streak. Mission accomplished. The Swordsmen (5-0), ranked No. 2 in Division III, extended their shutout streak to four games with a 28-0 victory at St. Paul. St. Paul has outscored its opponents, 209-6, this season. Against Alta Loma (4-1), which is ranked No.
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September 16, 1989 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, Times Staff Writer
While Visko Ancich rushed, leaped, caught, scrambled and scored to spark Tustin High School to a 21-20 upset of Mater Dei Friday night, his father, Tustin Coach Marijon Ancich, could only sit as if he were cemented to his chair. But let it be known that these were not normal circumstances. The elder Ancich, having broken his leg last week during practice, was burdened by a leg cast, and was forced to coach from a platform 30 feet above the 2,500 fans at Tustin High School.
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November 18, 1993 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Woe are they. As they tell it, every South Coast League representative in the Southern Section Division I football playoffs has a difficult opponent for Friday's opening round, as if that's breaking news. "Anyone who tries to sit down and figure out the luck of the draw is wasting a lot of energy," Mater Dei Coach Bruce Rollinson said. Not that it stopped Rollinson from puzzling over the Monarchs' first opponent. Mater Dei meets Santa Fe Springs St.
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September 13, 1990 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Tustin High School football team will likely face its toughest test at 8 tonight when it plays Mater Dei at Orange Coast College. The Tillers (2-0) have had few problems this season. They routed Honolulu Pac-5, 37-7, in their opener two weeks ago and shut out Foothill, 20-0, last week. Neither opponent was able to control running backs Ron Goods and Visko Ancich. Goods is second in Orange County with 242 yards rushing; Ancich has gained 131 yards.
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October 17, 1998 | SCOTT MOE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If revenge wasn't enough incentive, St. Paul was trying to extend a four-game shutout streak when it took the field Friday at St. John Bosco. The streak is alive as the Swordsmen won, 57-0. The victory avenged a loss last season that sent the Braves to the playoffs. Last week against Alta Loma, St. Paul (6-0) relied on its running game, amassing 216 yards on the ground. Against Bosco (3-3), it was quarterback Jon Montes' passing that did the damage.
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October 26, 1990
Loyola High, coming off a loss to Santa Ana Mater Dei, rebounded Thursday night with a 28-17 Angelus League victory over St. John Bosco at Glendale High. The Cubs, ranked ninth in the Times' Southern Section poll, trailed, 14-0, at halftime but rallied with four second-half touchdowns. Junior running back Matt Vandis put Loyola on the board with a six-yard run with nine minutes remaining in the third quarter. Seven minutes later, senior running back Alex Yeboah scored on a 15-run to trim St.
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November 19, 2004 | From Times Staff Reports
James Keefe of Santa Margarita, a 6-foot-8 junior forward who is considered the top college basketball prospect in Southern California in his class, announced Thursday that he had committed to UCLA. Keefe, who averaged 10 points and 10 assists as a sophomore, was a critical recruit for Bruin Coach Ben Howland because of his size and rebounding ability. Girls Volleyball The City Section title games in both divisions will take place tonight at Occidental College.
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November 23, 1991 | FORREST LEE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
With junior running back Jason Powell rushing for a touchdown and a career-high 175 yards in 12 carries, Tustin rolled to a 24-7 victory over Troy Friday night in the first round of the Division VI playoffs at Northrup Field. The victory advances the Tillers (10-1), the No. 3 seed in Division VI, to Friday's second round against Bassett. Last season, Tustin defeated Pacifica and Bassett in the playoffs en route to the Division VI championship game.
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October 15, 1994 | MARK STRODER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The heavyweight champion is still waiting in the wings. But now we know who the most dangerous contender might be. Santa Fe Springs St. Paul High knocked off highly touted Loyola, 10-2, Friday night in a Del Rey League football opener at St. Paul. The Swordsmen, seventh in The Times' Top 20 poll, can now set their sights on a Nov. 11 showdown with No. 1 Bishop Amat. Or can they? "Bishop Amat? We can't even think about a team like that yet," St.
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