June 10, 1997
INFIELDER Nick Harvey Laguna Hills Jr. Was the first of four players to surpass D.C. Olsen's 1990 single-season home run record. His total is the county standard and ties four others for the second-highest total in Southern Section history. The 44 RBIs are a school record. Helped power Laguna Hills to a second-place finish in the Pacific Coast League and two Division III playoff victories. 1997 batting record *--* AB H HR RBI BA 94 43 15 44 .457 *--*
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May 21, 1994 |
While strolling through City Hall, it is difficult not to stare at the two-headed goat with no pants. And the blue-haired, tough guy with a mermaid tail is also a head turner. These surreal pastel-on-paper portraits were done by seventh- and eighth-grade students at Ensign Intermediate School and students at Corona del Mar High School. The portraits will hang on the walls of the Newport Beach City Hall until June 7.
September 28, 1996 |
Apparently, as Mike Jones runs, so goes the Laguna Hills offense. The Hawks finished with 372 yards and 333 of those were credited to tailback Jones, who played three quarters and carried the ball 30 times in a 36-7 romp over Rim of the World Friday before 1,500 at Mission Viejo High. Jones and his blockers again provided the highlight film for Laguna Hills (3-0). In three games this season, Jones has 746 yards and is averaging eight yards a carry.
March 25, 1998 |
University Coach Chris Conlin has a warning for any team unimpressed with Laguna Hills' early record. "They have athletes as good as any school in the county," said Conlin, after sitting through the Hawks' 10-3 victory over the Trojans in Pacific Coast League play. "The difference between their athletes and ours is night and day." On Tuesday, the difference between the teams, which have had a friendly yet intense rivalry the last few seasons, was muscle. Laguna Hills had it, University did not.