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May 27, 1994 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ramsey Jay of Ventura High has qualified for today's Southern Section Masters Meet at Cerritos College in the 200 and 400 meters, but the Cougar junior is the first to admit that the 400 is his race. "All my training is geared to the 400, not the 200," Jay said. "I'm a 400 man first and foremost. I come back in the 200 with whatever I have left after the 400." Jay ran a personal best of 48.
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SPORTS
June 12, 1997
Michelle Perry of Quartz Hill High, the runner-up in the girls' long jump in the state track and field championships in Sacramento last Saturday, has pulled out of this Saturday's Golden West Invitational due to a severe case of shin splints in her right leg. The UCLA-bound Perry, who also placed fifth in the 100-meter high hurdles and the 100 in the state meet, was entered in the long jump, 100 highs and 300 lows in the Golden West meet at American River College in Sacramento.
SPORTS
July 13, 1996
Region Leaders Through July 12 All marks are season bests. Wind-aided marks cannot be considered for season bests. Times in hundredths are fully automatic. To convert hand times to fully automatic times add .24 to hand times in races 300 meters or less; add .14 to hand times in 400-meter races. In races 400 meters or less, preference is given to fully automatic times. Hand times in races of 400 meters or less cannot be considered for national- or state-leading marks.
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April 26, 1992 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lisa Jacob's debut as a high school sprinter Saturday went rather well. Jacob, a senior at Capistrano Valley, took a break from her middle-distance specialty at the Foothill Swim Games and made the transition with little difficulty. She set a meet record in the 100-yard freestyle and won the 50 freestyle. Her performance earned her the girls' swimmer of the meet award. However, it didn't help the Cougars overcome El Toro's depth.
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June 2, 2001 | ERIC STEPHENS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
USC's Brigita Langerholc didn't handle the role of favorite too well at her last NCAA track and field championships. A year ago at Durham, N.C., the 800-meter runner was expected to win and score big. But in 90-degree heat and high humidity, Langerholc finished eighth, costing the Trojans a chance at their first women's title. Twelve months have made a difference.
SPORTS
May 4, 2001 | JOHN ORTEGA
Cromwell Field, USC's track and field stadium, will officially become Cromwell Field at Loker Stadium during a dedication ceremony during the UCLA-USC meet Saturday. That could be one of the few predictable events to take place during the renewal of the nation's top collegiate track rivalry, however. The UCLA-USC dual meet, in its 68th year on the men's side and its 18th on the women's, has a history of surprising performances and upsets and this year should be no different.
SPORTS
May 18, 1997 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's not often that two of the top 10 competitors in the nation find themselves in the same qualifying heat of the Southern Section Division I track and field preliminaries. It is even more rare when the individuals race each other as if the state title were at stake rather than two of nine spots in the following week's championships.
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April 21, 1996 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
To those in the scientific community, "Runner's High" is a term used to describe the physiological changes that occur in the body after long periods of running. To Kim Mortensen of Thousand Oaks High, the phenomenon is a bit simpler. It's a feeling of effortlessness when you're racing faster than you ever have before. Mortensen experienced a supreme case in the girls' 3,000 meters at the Mt.
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