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December 26, 2000
What would be an appropriate New Year's resolution for the athletes, coaches and other officials who are involved in Orange County high school athletics? Responses to this question will appear in the Jan. 9 issue of Prep Extra.
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December 28, 2000
What would be an appropriate New Year's resolution for the athletes, coaches and other officials who are involved in Orange County high school athletics? Responses to this question will appear in the Jan. 9 issue of Prep Extra.
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December 28, 2000
What would be an appropriate New Year's resolution for the athletes, coaches and other officials who are involved in Orange County high school athletics? Responses to this question will appear in the Jan. 9 issue of Prep Extra.
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December 26, 2000
What would be an appropriate New Year's resolution for the athletes, coaches and other officials who are involved in Orange County high school athletics? Responses to this question will appear in the Jan. 9 issue of Prep Extra.
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May 8, 1999 | DIANE PUCIN
Kelly Leeper seemed no different from any other freshman trying out for the Newport Harbor High boys' tennis team this year. Kelly did the 2 1/2-mile run that Coach Rich Berman demanded. Kelly ran up and down the 20 stadium steps. Kelly did 20 wind sprints. Kelly completed all these fitness tests without saying a word and if Kelly didn't stand out, well, that's what the coach was looking for. Standing out would be bad. Standing out would mean not finishing the fitness tests.
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February 6, 2000 | BEN BOLCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The first thing one must do before reading The Torin Beeler Story is throw out the usual suspicions about a high school basketball player who has transferred three times in three years. Ocean View's Beeler, one of the top guards in Orange County, isn't a misguided kid chasing basketball glory. Nor is he a pawn caught in two schools' struggle over a highly regarded player.
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June 14, 1989
Oh, Santa Margarita High is going to be the most powerful, most dominant force in Orange County high school athletics. At least that's what most athletic officials from other county schools are saying. Part of their fear is stoked by the sight of the $26 million campus, complete with a few crystal chandeliers, a computer hookup for every student and a cable television station. But the fact is that only 500 students, all freshmen and sophomores, attended the school this past year, its second in existence.
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November 17, 1989 | CHRIS FOSTER and ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
After nearly a week of harsh words, celebrations, controversy and litigation involving his team's participation in the Southern Section football playoffs, it was all Huntington Beach High School Coach George Pascoe could do to rub his eyes and mumble, "Finally, it's over."
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December 1, 1986 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, Times Staff Writer
It was a rough fall for the Sunset League, whose six football teams combined for a 25-37-1 record and whose three playoff representatives--Marina, Edison and Westminster--were eliminated in the first round of the Southern Section Big Five Conference playoffs. But the Sunset League shall rise again.
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February 6, 2000 | BEN BOLCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The first thing one must do before reading The Torin Beeler Story is throw out the usual suspicions about a high school basketball player who has transferred three times in three years. Ocean View's Beeler, one of the top guards in Orange County, isn't a misguided kid chasing basketball glory. Nor is he a pawn caught in two schools' struggle over a highly regarded player.
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May 8, 1999 | DIANE PUCIN
Kelly Leeper seemed no different from any other freshman trying out for the Newport Harbor High boys' tennis team this year. Kelly did the 2 1/2-mile run that Coach Rich Berman demanded. Kelly ran up and down the 20 stadium steps. Kelly did 20 wind sprints. Kelly completed all these fitness tests without saying a word and if Kelly didn't stand out, well, that's what the coach was looking for. Standing out would be bad. Standing out would mean not finishing the fitness tests.
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