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October 22, 1999
No. 8 Corona del Mar 3, No. 10 Laguna Beach 2--Dimitra Havriluk had 30 kills and 21 digs for visiting Corona del Mar (10-3, 5-0), which won, 10-15, 15-7, 7-15, 15-12, 15-6. No. 9 San Clemente 3, Capistrano Valley 2--Kimberly Noble had 18 kills for San Clemente (7-6, 5-1), which won, 9-15, 15-8, 15-13, 15-17, 15-13. Becky Warnick had 33 kills for Capistrano Valley (12-6, 3-3). In the Sunset League: No.
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September 4, 2010 | By Kevin Baxter
It's an early morning after a late night, yet Tim Wallach's dark blue Chevy pickup rolls into the restaurant parking lot right on time. Paying attention to detail is important if you want to be a major league manager. And Tim Wallach wants to be a major league manager. "That's my No. 1 goal," he says over coffee. The only questions are where and when. Six teams have changed managers this summer and could be looking for permanent replacements this winter. There will also be openings in Toronto and Atlanta, when Cito Gaston and Bobby Cox retire after the season.
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SPORTS
March 27, 1988
Adam Keefe, Woodbridge High School's 6-foot 9-inch center, was named the most valuable player of the Pacific Coast League for the second consecutive year in a vote of the league's coaches. Keefe averaged 26.3 points and 13.8 rebounds and shot 62% from the field as Woodbridge went undeafed in league play for the second straight season.
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August 14, 2009 | Kevin Baxter
All he ever wanted was a chance to play. That's why, as a skinny 8-year-old growing up in Cuba, he picked up a baseball in the first place. That's why, two weeks before his 21st birthday, he left Cuba and everything he had ever known to come to the U.S. And that's why Kendry Morales, perhaps alone among his Angels teammates, cheered Mark Teixeira's decision to bolt Anaheim for Yankee Stadium after last season, leaving first base open for him. "The only thing I needed was the opportunity to play every day," Morales says.
SPORTS
November 5, 1988 | VINCE AGUL
Trabuco Hills 35, Laguna Hills 6--Trabuco Hills stayed in Pacific Coast League race by winning before 800 spectators at Mission Viejo High School. The Mustangs remained 1 game behind league-leading Woodbridge and improved its records to 7-2 overall and 3-1 in league. Trabuco Hills will meet Woodbridge next week at Irvine High School to decide the league championship. Friday's loss was Laguna Hills' fourth straight in league play. The Hawks are 1-8 for the year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 21, 2008 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Cece Carlucci, 90, a longtime minor league umpire who is the only umpire enshrined in the Pacific Coast League Hall of Fame, died Wednesday at his home in the Riverside County community of Wildomar. Carlucci had been in failing health since May, said Dick Beverage, a friend and executive director of the Hall of Fame selection committee. After more than a decade working baseball games in the Pacific Coast League, Carlucci gave up on reaching the majors. He went on to a long career manufacturing custom gear for baseball umpires.
SPORTS
April 11, 2008 | John Schulian, Special to The Times
One in a series of stories marking the Dodgers' 50th anniversary in L.A. -- It was a far different world the night Paul Pettit drove in 10 runs for a team called the Hollywood Stars. This was a minor league town then, with the Stars on one side of it, the original L.A. Angels on the other and oceans of bad blood between them. The Dodgers would bring the major leagues the next year, as if the magic in baseball couldn't come from anywhere else.
SPORTS
March 30, 2006 | Debbie Goffa, Times Staff Writer
The headline is a stopper: "Angels Clout Nine Homers, Win 22-5." It was June 22, 1957, and Roger Osenbaugh still remembers every pitch. He should. He was the opposing pitcher. "It's the best memory I have," he said of the game between the Sacramento Solons and the Los Angeles Angels at Wrigley Field, which stood at 42nd Street and Avalon Boulevard and was the West Coast copy of the Chicago Cubs' home. "Twenty-two runs, 18 earned runs, nine home runs, five home runs in one inning," he recalled.
OPINION
October 7, 2005
Re "This is L.A. baseball?" editorial, Oct. 5 Winning over everything. That seems to be the gist of your editorial. The Angels are not even close to the city of Los Angeles. They are in Anaheim, which is not even in Los Angeles County. At best, this is part of Southern California, not Los Angeles. It is a complete fiction that they could be considered a hometown team for L.A. What will you say in a few years when the fickleness of Major League Baseball will inevitably accord the Dodgers a winning season and the Angels become losers?
SPORTS
February 17, 2005 | Dan Arritt; Martin Henderson; Lauren Peterson
BOYS' BASKETBALL CAISE BURRIS Sr., Simi Valley Then: Burris was an afterthought for most of his first three years, at Simi Valley, partly through his own doing and partly because of the talent around him. He was academically ineligible as a freshman, Coach Christian Aurand said, and played on the junior varsity as a sophomore.
SPORTS
October 15, 2004
GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL * Kendra Huff, Downey Warren: The sophomore middle blocker had 41 kills in a 19-25, 25-23, 25-13, 24-26, 15-10 San Gabriel Valley League victory over Cerritos Gahr, which was led by Monica Cordova's 51 kills. * Mary Laupepa, Carson: The junior middle blocker had 26 kills and three blocks in a 21-25, 25-21, 25-18, 25-21 Marine League win over Harbor City Narbonne. GIRLS' TENNIS * Allie Walters, Corona del Mar: The freshman swept, 6-4, 6-3, 6-2, at No.
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