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April 18, 1990 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE
It's noon at the Gannon household, and what began as a trickle has erupted into a steady flow of dizzying activity. Judy Gannon, the mom, yo-yos up and down from her seat at the kitchen table, dividing her attention among a women's tennis match on ESPN, a reporter who has come to talk to her daughter, Nikki, and the arrivals and departures of nine of her 10 children. Ten-year-old Rick and Kristi, who turned 8 the day before, are the youngest.
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April 18, 1990 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE
It's noon at the Gannon household, and what began as a trickle has erupted into a steady flow of dizzying activity. Judy Gannon, the mom, yo-yos up and down from her seat at the kitchen table, dividing her attention among a women's tennis match on ESPN, a reporter who has come to talk to her daughter, Nikki, and the arrivals and departures of nine of her 10 children. Ten-year-old Rick and Kristi, who turned 8 the day before, are the youngest.
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March 16, 1988
Nikki Gannon, one of the younger players on San Pasqual High School's team, showed she can play with the savvy of a senior during Southern California Regional play last week. Tuesday, Gannon came off the bench to score nine points in San Pasqual's 38-32 victory against Helix. In Saturday's final against Palos Verdes, Gannon hit three three-pointers to help her team rally from a 13-4 deficit. But Gannon never scored again as Palos Verdes won, 44-33, ending San Pasqual's season at 28-3.
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May 21, 1990
Yogi's Shooters defeated Los Angeles Lacrosse Club, 13-12, to win the Southern California championship of the California Lacrosse Assn. Sunday at Westchester High in Los Angeles. Russ Olsen had four goals, Bruce Seitz three and Matt Holman two for Yogi's, which won the Southern California championship for the first time since 1979. Yogi's (12-1) will try for its first state title Saturday at Menlo College.
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March 4, 1990 | LAURA PALMER
Having lost 11 seniors from last year, the San Pasqual girls' soccer team had to put up with doubters despite four previous successful seasons. So the players used the doubt for motivation. "We made our motto 'Strive for five,' " sophomore Shannon MacMillan said. "We chanted that before every game." MacMillan scored one goal as the Golden Eagles won their fifth consecutive San Diego Section 2-A championship with a 3-1 victory over USDHS at Torrey Pines.
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March 4, 1989 | RICK HAZELTINE
San Pasqual High School overcame a tentative first half to defeat Avocado League rival Ramona, 1-0, Friday night at Torrey Pines High School to win its fourth consecutive San Diego Section girls' 2-A soccer championship. The only difference in the Golden Eagles' fourth title was their opponent. San Pasqual defeated the University of San Diego High School to win its three previous titles. This time it defeated Ramona for the third time this season. But it wasn't easy.
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February 23, 1990
DIVISION II BOYS University City 83, Valhalla 82--Jerome Price made a three-pointer with one second remaining to give host University City the victory. Price finished with 24 points and Joel Mitchell added 15. Tony Lee scored 22 for Valhalla. DIVISION III BOYS Clairemont 85, Kearny 76--Clairemont trailed by five at halftime but outscored Kearny, 20-11, in the third quarter to make the difference. Alex Love scored 22 points, and Bryan Sorenson added 20 for Clairemont (7-14).
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March 1, 1990 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE
The thing about contingency plans is this: They're nice to have sitting in the shadows. They're a welcome addition if needed, but it's just as well if they aren't. Wednesday night in a San Diego Section girls' Division II basketball semifinal at Mira Mesa, San Pasqual stuck instead to its original scheme and in doing so easily defeated El Cajon Valley, 71-59. San Pasqual was seriously challenged just once, when El Cajon made a run early in the fourth quarter and closed the gap to 50-42.
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February 9, 1990
With his team nearing a playoff berth, Oceanside Coach Steve Kinder received a crushing blow Thursday when he was informed that three players had been ruled ineligible--including leading scorer Jerry Garrett--and that another had quit the team. It appears that the troubled high school athletic career of Garrett, who has been declared ineligible several times because of grade problems, is over. Garrett was averaging 17 points a game. "It's tragic to the team," Kinder said.
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February 7, 1990
Grossmont 3-A League Helix 52, El Capitan 47--Nicole Cando scored 21 points and Andrea McTrusty added 13 for Helix (9-8, 4-1). El Capitan dropped to (5-12, 1-5). Mt. Miguel 40, Monte Vista 35--Behind Jolinda Bone's 14 points and Michele Hubbard's 13 Mt. Miguel upset first place Monte Vista at Monte Vista. The Marauders improved to 7-10, 3-3. Amy Moreno had 14 for Monte Vista (11-8, 4-2).
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March 7, 1990
In another Division II game: Pasadena Muir 56, San Pasqual 39--Muir outscored San Pasqual, 22-2, in the first quarter and led, 37-10, at halftime in the rout at home. San Pasqual (23-6) was just 1 of 10 in the first quarter and had nine turnovers. Nikki Gannon had 15 points and Valerie Ryan added 13 for San Pasqual. Karin Banks had 18 points and Rose Jong had 11 points and 12 rebounds for third-seeded Muir (27-5). DIVISION I Mt. Carmel 65, Newhall Hart 42--Mt.
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