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February 8, 1991 | JOHN WEYLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
No crowd roars when he swishes a 25-footer. No defender shakes his head in frustration. These days, on those few occasions when Mark Wulfemeyer shoots a basketball through a hoop, no one sees him do it. He plays alone, not to relive past glories but to relieve the stress of life outside the clearly defined boundaries of the basketball court. It's an existence in which the measure of one's success is far more complex than the night's totals in a box score.
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March 29, 1996 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The five newest entries into the Orange County Sports Hall of Fame shared one feeling during their induction ceremonies Thursday--humility. Joining 73 other area sports luminaries were former Cypress College men's basketball Coach Don Johnson; former Ram kicker Mike Lansford; former Brea Olinda and Orange Coast College football Coach Dick Tucker; former Troy High basketball star Mark Wulfemeyer; and ex-Angel left-hander Clyde Wright.
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SPORTS
February 6, 1996 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
The Orange County Sports Hall of Fame announced Monday it will enshrine five new members next month. Basketball coach Don Johnson, kicker Mike Lansford, football coach Dick Tucker, pitcher Clyde Wright and basketball player Mark Wulfemeyer are the hall's Class of 1995. The ceremonies--traditionally held in the fall but delayed because of financial retrenching of the former backer, the Orange County Sports Assn.--will be March 28 at the Hall of Fame at Gate 6 of Anaheim Stadium at 6 p.m.
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March 28, 1996 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Long before the three-point shot, Mark Wulfemeyer could score from anywhere on the basketball court. Wulfemeyer, 40, who will be inducted into the Orange County Sports Hall of Fame tonight, is considered by many to be the most famous high school basketball player in county history. But Wulfemeyer paid a price for his teenage fame, falling into relative obscurity after disappointing minor league baseball and college basketball careers.
SPORTS
March 29, 1996 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The five newest entries into the Orange County Sports Hall of Fame shared one feeling during their induction ceremonies Thursday--humility. Joining 73 other area sports luminaries were former Cypress College men's basketball Coach Don Johnson; former Ram kicker Mike Lansford; former Brea Olinda and Orange Coast College football Coach Dick Tucker; former Troy High basketball star Mark Wulfemeyer; and ex-Angel left-hander Clyde Wright.
SPORTS
March 28, 1996 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Long before the three-point shot, Mark Wulfemeyer could score from anywhere on the basketball court. Wulfemeyer, 40, who will be inducted into the Orange County Sports Hall of Fame tonight, is considered by many to be the most famous high school basketball player in county history. But Wulfemeyer paid a price for his teenage fame, falling into relative obscurity after disappointing minor league baseball and college basketball careers.
SPORTS
March 10, 1985 | SCOTT OSTLER
I got lost driving around Mark Wulfemeyer's neighborhood, made a couple of wrong turns, but finally found his place. Wulfemeyer graciously took the rap, saying, "I never was any good at giving directions--or taking them." That was a little joke, the crack about taking directions, but Wulfemeyer is hefting produce crates in a supermarket warehouse these nights, instead of jacking up three-point jump shots for some NBA team, and it's also as good an explanation as any for that development.
SPORTS
February 26, 1991 | JOHN WEYLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
No crowd roars when he swishes a 25-footer. No defender shakes his head in frustration. These days, on those few occasions when Mark Wulfemeyer shoots a basketball through a hoop, no one sees him do it. He plays alone, not to relive past glories but to relieve the stress of life outside the clearly defined boundaries of the basketball court.
SPORTS
November 23, 1999
Santa Ana continued its strong start with a 92-77 victory over host Citrus in a nonconference men's basketball game Monday. Zac Fray, a freshman forward from Fairfax High, scored a game-high 23 for the Dons (3-0), who had three other players in double figures. Forward Greg Gray scored 17, guard Brian Chambers had 16 and guard Mark Wulfemeyer 13, including three three-pointers. Citrus is 2-3.
SPORTS
December 24, 1998
Greg Gray, who missed nine games this season because of a stress fracture in his foot, scored 14 of his 19 points in the second half to help Santa Ana pull away from host El Camino and win, 91-67, Wednesday in a nonconference men's basketball game. Mike Vogeding scored 18 points and Carlos Romero had 16 points for the Dons (9-5), who made 12 three-pointers and outscored El Camino, 49-31, in the second half. Mark Wulfemeyer made three three-pointers for Santa Ana.
SPORTS
February 6, 1996 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
The Orange County Sports Hall of Fame announced Monday it will enshrine five new members next month. Basketball coach Don Johnson, kicker Mike Lansford, football coach Dick Tucker, pitcher Clyde Wright and basketball player Mark Wulfemeyer are the hall's Class of 1995. The ceremonies--traditionally held in the fall but delayed because of financial retrenching of the former backer, the Orange County Sports Assn.--will be March 28 at the Hall of Fame at Gate 6 of Anaheim Stadium at 6 p.m.
SPORTS
February 26, 1991 | JOHN WEYLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
No crowd roars when he swishes a 25-footer. No defender shakes his head in frustration. These days, on those few occasions when Mark Wulfemeyer shoots a basketball through a hoop, no one sees him do it. He plays alone, not to relive past glories but to relieve the stress of life outside the clearly defined boundaries of the basketball court.
SPORTS
February 8, 1991 | JOHN WEYLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
No crowd roars when he swishes a 25-footer. No defender shakes his head in frustration. These days, on those few occasions when Mark Wulfemeyer shoots a basketball through a hoop, no one sees him do it. He plays alone, not to relive past glories but to relieve the stress of life outside the clearly defined boundaries of the basketball court. It's an existence in which the measure of one's success is far more complex than the night's totals in a box score.
SPORTS
March 10, 1985 | SCOTT OSTLER
I got lost driving around Mark Wulfemeyer's neighborhood, made a couple of wrong turns, but finally found his place. Wulfemeyer graciously took the rap, saying, "I never was any good at giving directions--or taking them." That was a little joke, the crack about taking directions, but Wulfemeyer is hefting produce crates in a supermarket warehouse these nights, instead of jacking up three-point jump shots for some NBA team, and it's also as good an explanation as any for that development.
SPORTS
November 28, 1994
1993-94 RECORDS OVERALL: 3-7 LEAGUE: 11-14 COACH: RECORD AT SCHOOL Dave Shoemaker: 0-0 RETURNING STARTERS YR. HGT. P Moody Michael Sr. 6-0 G TOP RETURNERS YR. HGT. P Travis Senik Jr. 6-3 G Josh Ellis Sr. 6-4 F TOP NEWCOMERS YR. HGT. P Sean Callahan Sr. 6-5 F Mike Cummins Jr. 6-6 F Shane Cost Sr. 6-2 F Scott Hall Sr. 6-3 F Mark Wulfemeyer Fr.
SPORTS
January 13, 1990 | DENNIS KAISER
Tes Whitlock of Loara High School scored 54 points--tying the third-highest single-game total in county history--but it wasn't enough to defeat Los Alamitos in an Empire League game Friday night. Los Alamitos held on to win, 93-91, at home. "We held him to 54?" Los Alamitos Coach Steve Brooks said. "I don't think you can stop him (Whitlock). But hopefully you can control him better than we did."
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