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December 9, 1989
Dave Zirkle, Orange's athletic director, said Friday night's Division VIII championship game against Trabuco Hills was "the biggest day in Orange High School history." Zirkle, 38, was 7 years old when he attended Orange's last championship event, the 1958 Southern Section small schools basketball championship. "The town got excited for the basketball game, but nothing like this," Zirkle said.
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December 9, 1989
Dave Zirkle, Orange's athletic director, said Friday night's Division VIII championship game against Trabuco Hills was "the biggest day in Orange High School history." Zirkle, 38, was 7 years old when he attended Orange's last championship event, the 1958 Southern Section small schools basketball championship. "The town got excited for the basketball game, but nothing like this," Zirkle said.
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December 8, 1989 | DENNIS KAISER
The year 1929 comes back in disjointed, slow-moving thoughts by those who, 60 years ago this week, played on Orange High School's last section championship football team. They remember little from that clear, sunny Friday afternoon; and what little is remembered comes in different versions. But Orange's 13-0 victory over Bonita for the Minor Schools championship on Dec. 6, 1929, hasn't gone unnoticed in 1989.
SPORTS
December 8, 1989 | DENNIS KAISER
The year 1929 comes back in disjointed, slow-moving thoughts by those who, 60 years ago this week, played on Orange High School's last section championship football team. They remember little from that clear, sunny Friday afternoon; and what little is remembered comes in different versions. But Orange's 13-0 victory over Bonita for the Minor Schools championship on Dec. 6, 1929, hasn't gone unnoticed in 1989.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 18, 2013 | By Steve Marble
An Orange County high school history teacher and former baseball coach has been charged with allegedly creating a fake Facebook account and posing as a blond girl to get underage boys to send him sexually explicit photos and videos of themselves. Zachary Joshua Reeder, 30, allegedly established online relationships with at least 106 boys, some of them students he knew through teaching and coaching.  Reeder, an instructor at Servite High School and previously a teacher and coach in Irvine, is set to be arraigned Friday on more than 60 felony charges, according to the Orange County district attorney's office.
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October 18, 1991 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pop open the soda bottles. Slap high-fives all around. Coach Dick is King of the Hill. After five unsuccessful attempts this season, Santa Ana Coach Dick Hill finally won the 192nd game of his high school coaching career in Orange County as the Saints defeated Fountain Valley, 17-7, in a Sunset League game Thursday night in front of 650 at Santa Ana Stadium.
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April 23, 1995 | STEVE KRESAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Keith Ginter, the all-time home run leader in Orange County high school history, hit his first collegiate homer Saturday and it was the difference as Cypress beat host Fullerton, 7-5, in 12 innings in an Orange Empire Conference game. Ginter's 12th-inning homer came off reliever Matt Wood (4-2). Brad Downing started the inning with a pinch-hit single and was replaced by pinch-runner Pete Lythgoe. Ginter tried to bunt, but failed twice.
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June 6, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Donald Christian (D.C.) Olsen, a junior at Fullerton High School, thought he would follow in his brothers' footsteps and develop into a college football player. Todd and Damon Olsen earned football scholarships to Southern Utah State after standout high school careers in Hawaii and Louisana, respectively. D.C. Olsen gave every indication that the sport of football would also be his ticket to a college education when he earned all-Freeway League honors as a middle linebacker last fall.
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