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November 24, 1990 | LAURA PALMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The odds were against Orange Glen High School going into Friday night's game at Helix High School. Orange Glen was facing the county's No. 1-ranked defense and the No. 3-ranked offense. Helix had given up only 23 points all season and had lost just once--to highly regarded Point Loma. Orange Glen wasn't supposed to defeat Helix, 15-14, in the quarterfinal of the San Diego Section football playoffs.
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December 6, 1992 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Archie Amerson walked off the field last night, someone asked him if he knew where he was. "I know where I'm going, " he said. Morse is going to San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium in search of its third section 3-A football title in five years. It is the fifth time in six years the Tigers (13-0) have reached the finals, and almost anything Poway offers will seem easier than Saturday's 12-0 victory over Orange Glen (9-4) at Mesa College.
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October 7, 1989 | DON PATTERSON
Daren Wilkinson used to think a lot about what he had to do this year. Everybody was wondering, asking, whispering. Could this guy really become Orange Glen's starting quarterback and successfully replace Cree Morris, who led California in passing last season? Well, the answer is yes, but not in quite the same spectacular fashion as Morris. Take Orange Glen's 7-6 victory Friday night over host Poway in front of about 1,500. Wilkinson finished 10 for 12 passing for 110 yards.
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November 29, 1992 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bring on the big boys. Orange Glen welcomes the opportunity, and Rancho Buena Vista gives its wholehearted support. With a 31-17 quarterfinal victory Saturday night, Orange Glen has kicked two opponents out of its way on the road to the San Diego Section 3-A football finale. There remains one living and breathing roadblock--the top-ranked Morse Tigers the top-seeded team of the playoffs. But fourth-seeded Orange Glen (9-3) thinks it can meet Morse on even footing and even enjoy the experience.
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August 30, 1992
An Orange Glen offensive line that has become accustomed to protecting one of the San Diego Section's most prominent passing attacks the past several years became multi-faceted in the Patriots' season opener Friday night at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu. The line pass-blocked but also created holes for its running backs as Orange Glen edged Honolulu Punahou, 22-20. Joe Prado gained 89 yards on nine carries and Shawn Cuffee ran for 60 yards on 12 carries.
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September 28, 1985 | STEVE SCOTT
Two schools in Escondido suited up in football gear and had a tennis match Friday night. Or so it seemed, anyway, as both the Orange Glen and San Pasqual High School offenses traded scores and leads throughout the second half. But the Orange Glen defense finally broke service to lead the Patriots to a 30-29 nonleague win over San Pasqual at Orange Glen. The see-saw offensive battle could best be described as the prep version of a San Diego Charger game.
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October 31, 1992 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The numbers from Orange Glen's 18-6 Palomar League victory Friday night over Poway were simply scary. Eighth-ranked Poway (6-2, 4-1) had surrendered only 994 yards on defense in its seven previous games. Tenth-ranked Orange Glen (5-3, 3-2) gained 420 alone. The Patriots gained 198 yards rushing, 222 passing. They were the preseason favorite because of their balance, and they fell on hard times, losing three in a row, because they went to a more pass-oriented attack.
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April 6, 1986
Five errors and five unearned runs helped Escondido High School's baseball team to a 7-4 win over host Orange Glen Saturday. Sophomore Andy Martin pitched a complete game to get the win for the Cougars (7-6). Escondido's Jason Hobbs went 3 for 3 with an RBI, and teammate Nick Scales was 1 for 4 with two RBIs. Orange Glen (6-4) was led by Frank Escalante (4 for 4 with two RBIs) and Paul Temprendola (3 for 3).
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October 6, 1989 | DON PATTERSON
About this time last year, Daren Wilkinson was standing around a lot, watching. That tends to happen when you're a second-string quarterback at Orange Glen High School, and Cree Morris is the starter. This year, Morris has moved on to San Diego State, and Wilkinson is No. 1 at Orange Glen. And things have changed. Wilkinson is still watching Morris, mind you. But instead of doing it in person, he's watching on film.
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May 26, 1987
Orange Glen, thanks to Granite Hills' three straight losses last week, finished the regular season as the No. 1-ranked team in The Times' San Diego County baseball top 10. Orange Glen (19-6) won the Palomar League championship on the final day of the regular season with a 6-2 victory over Poway. Granite Hills (21-6) won the Grossmont League title, defeating Grossmont, 7-3, in a league playoff Friday. The Times' final top 10: Pos. School League Record 1. Orange Glen (Palomar) 19-6 2.
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November 21, 1992
RBV 29, Bonita Vista 7--The Longhorn defense held Brian Melancon--who came in with 1,111 yards--to five yards on four carries. RBV (5-6) was led by Leon Hawes, who scored on a 38-yard run and an 11-yard pass reception. Lee Johnson, who opened the scoring with a 20-yard touchdown run, finished with 96 yards on 14 carries. The Barons finished 7-4. Mt.
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November 14, 1992
Poway advanced to the San Diego Section Division I semifinals for the 11th consecutive year with an easy victory over Palomar League rival Mt. Carmel, 15-2, 15-2, 15-11. Keri Byrne's 11 kills led the Titans (23-1), who received solid performances throughout their lineup: Kara Milling had five kills and three aces, and Korie Rogers had five kills and two aces. Coach Lisa Reis praised the play of Lindsey Kamen and back row specialist Jen Blankenbeckler. Poway served 13 aces in the match.
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October 31, 1992 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The numbers from Orange Glen's 18-6 Palomar League victory Friday night over Poway were simply scary. Eighth-ranked Poway (6-2, 4-1) had surrendered only 994 yards on defense in its seven previous games. Tenth-ranked Orange Glen (5-3, 3-2) gained 420 alone. The Patriots gained 198 yards rushing, 222 passing. They were the preseason favorite because of their balance, and they fell on hard times, losing three in a row, because they went to a more pass-oriented attack.
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September 26, 1992 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange Glen didn't appear on the football field until seven minutes before the scheduled kickoff Friday. It took Orange Glen's offense considerably longer to make an appearance. Seventh-ranked San Pasqual (3-0) scored a 17-12 nonleague upset of fourth-ranked Orange Glen (2-1) in front of about 4,500 who managed to squeeze into the stadium. For the Golden Eagles, the victory over their neighborhood rivals was a long time coming.
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September 25, 1992 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You're Mike Dolan, the head football coach at San Pasqual High School. You've taken the team, ranked No. 7 in the county, to the San Diego Section 2-A finals twice in the past five years. And you're in a slump. You've beaten your neighborhood rival once the past eight years. And you've seen their game films. Fourth-ranked Orange Glen (2-0) is big and good, and the home-field advantage is no advantage at all.
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September 9, 1992 | PAUL CHAVEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
What was arguably the toughest football league in the county last year, could be even tougher this year. How so? "I've been in this league too long to say anyone is the team to beat," Orange Glen Coach Rob Gilster said. "This is a mother of a league." Vista ran away with the league title last year behind the play of two-way standout Chato Jackson, but parity seems to be the buzzword in 1992. Expect a fierce battle for the league title from Orange Glen, Rancho Buena Vista, Vista, Mt.
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November 29, 1992 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bring on the big boys. Orange Glen welcomes the opportunity, and Rancho Buena Vista gives its wholehearted support. With a 31-17 quarterfinal victory Saturday night, Orange Glen has kicked two opponents out of its way on the road to the San Diego Section 3-A football finale. There remains one living and breathing roadblock--the top-ranked Morse Tigers the top-seeded team of the playoffs. But fourth-seeded Orange Glen (9-3) thinks it can meet Morse on even footing and even enjoy the experience.
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September 13, 1991 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Can RBV be had? That's what coaches in the North County are wondering. Can Rancho Buena Vista, the five-year-old school that has won two section titles and reached the semifinals last year, be beaten? RBV Coach Craig Bell said his team is rebuilding while others are at full strength. Fallbrook, he says, is loaded. So are Torrey Pines, Orange Glen and Vista. And, he says, "loaded is a whole lot better than reloading."
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August 30, 1992
An Orange Glen offensive line that has become accustomed to protecting one of the San Diego Section's most prominent passing attacks the past several years became multi-faceted in the Patriots' season opener Friday night at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu. The line pass-blocked but also created holes for its running backs as Orange Glen edged Honolulu Punahou, 22-20. Joe Prado gained 89 yards on nine carries and Shawn Cuffee ran for 60 yards on 12 carries.
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February 29, 1992
Rancho Bernardo 48, Orange Glen 46--Carol Pajarillo sank a 15-foot baseline jumper with one second left to give Rancho Bernardo the victory. Robin Blalock had missed jumper with five seconds left, but Amy Franzen saved the rebound to Pajarillo who then hit the shot. Orange Glen's Carol Clinger tied it at 46 with a three-point play off a rebound with 32 seconds left. Orange Glen, which trailed the entire way, stayed in the game by outrebounding Rancho Bernardo, 42-28.
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