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December 17, 1993 | DANA HADDAD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A reporter was searching for a comparison by which the sporting public could appreciate quarterback Marty Washington and the impact he made this year on the overlooked world of lower-level college football. He asked Washington whether he was the Division II version of Charlie Ward--the Florida State quarterback, arguably the most exciting player in NCAA Division I. It was a topical question, because it came two days before Ward received the Heisman Trophy.
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December 17, 1993 | DANA HADDAD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A reporter was searching for a comparison by which the sporting public could appreciate quarterback Marty Washington and the impact he made this year on the overlooked world of lower-level college football. He asked Washington whether he was the Division II version of Charlie Ward--the Florida State quarterback, arguably the most exciting player in NCAA Division I. It was a topical question, because it came two days before Ward received the Heisman Trophy.
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October 6, 1991
Antelope Valley 51, Chaffey 25--Marty Washington passed for a school-record 293 yards and two touchdowns to lead Antelope Valley in a Foothill Conference game at Alta Loma. Washington (13 of 22) surpassed Todd Rodden's 1978 record of 279 yards. He also set a career record with 1,922 yards, exceeding Larry Satterfield's mark of 1,789 set from 1972-73.
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September 9, 1990
Marty Washington passed for 165 yards and two touchdowns to lead visiting Antelope Valley College to a season-opening 22-15 victory over San Diego City on Saturday. Washington, a former redshirt at Grambling, completed 14 of 42 passes. Steve Miller rushed for 105 yards in 19 carries and David Brown and Chris Johnson caught scoring passes from Washington. The game ended in confusion. With the game clock broken, Antelope Valley let a free kick drop untouched.
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September 15, 1991
Freshman running back Greg Graham rushed for 112 yards in 11 carries to lead Antelope Valley College past San Diego City, 49-12, Saturday night in a nonconference football opener at Antelope Valley. Antelope Valley quarterback Marty Washington completed six of 17 passes for 110 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Marauder air attack.
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November 7, 1987 | Reported by Michael Geller
Quartz Hill 28, Saugus 13 KEY PLAYS Marty Washington threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Ron Coleman on the first play of the fourth quarter to extend Quartz Hill's lead, 21-7. The score came 6 plays after Willie Cooper intercepted a Jared Snyder pass at the Saugus 33-yard line. . . . Quartz Hill opened the scoring on its first possession on Washington's 54-yard touchdown pass to Greg Albaugh. . . .
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November 17, 1991 | DARRYL HOWERTON
Marty Washington completed 12 of 17 passes for 246 yards and two touchdowns Saturday to lead Antelope Valley College to a 59-34 victory over Mt. San Jacinto in a Foothill Conference football game at Hemet. Antelope Valley improved to 8-1, 6-1 in conference play. Greg Graham gained 121 yards in seven carries and Cash Achziger (15 carries for 73 yards) scored three touchdowns to complement Washington.
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October 10, 1991 | JOHN ORTEGA
If there were such an award as comeback player of the week in the Foothill Conference, Antelope Valley College quarterback Marty Washington undoubtedly would have been selected. After missing the previous week's game because of a bruised right shoulder, Washington celebrated his return to the lineup Saturday by passing for two touchdowns and a school single-game record of 293 yards in a 51-33 victory over Chaffey. The 293 yards increased his career total to a school-record 1,922 yards.
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November 20, 1994 | BRYAN RODGERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Antelope Valley College fans could only shake their heads and wonder. Was this the same team that had looked so miserable at times this season? Apparently not, as Antelope Valley (3-7, 3-5) concluded its season in a big way with a 60-37 rout of Victor Valley (2-7-1, 1-6-1) in a Foothill Conference football game Saturday night at Apple Valley High. Quarterback Michael Gleich and Troy Searcy highlighted an Antelope Valley offense that gained 576 yards and averaged 9.3 yards per play.
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December 2, 1990 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Antelope Valley College football Coach Brent Carder summed up Brett Salisbury in one sentence. "He's everything everybody said he was," Carder said. Salisbury, the nation's leading junior college passer, played just the first half Saturday before exiting because of a sprained ankle, but he still finished with 379 passing yards and four touchdowns to lead Palomar College to a 28-24 victory over Antelope Valley in the Hall of Fame Bowl at Balboa Stadium.
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