September 24, 1987 |
Sophomore quarterback Jeff Sturch will lead San Diego Mesa College at home against Palomar at 7:30 Saturday night as play begins in the Mission Conference. Sturch was 30 of 50 for 317 yards and 3 touchdowns but also had 5 interceptions as Mesa lost to Cerritos, 30-20, in the season opener Sept. 12 at Cerritos. Palomar counters with quarterback Mark Heintschel, who was 18 of 30 for 152 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Comets' 45-24 victory over Monterey Peninsula last Saturday.
October 14, 1986
Oceanside and San Dieguito, which both won last week, have joined The Times' high school football Top 10. Oceanside (4-1) is ranked eighth after a 42-0 victory over Ramona. The Pirates' only loss this season was against No. 1 Vista, 28-0, in the season opener. San Dieguito (4-1) is ninth after a 21-12 upset victory over Fallbrook. Vista remained No. 1, beating Poway, 35-19, and Lincoln stayed No. 2 with a 51-0 victory over Morse. Pos. Team (League) Record 1. Vista (Palomar) 5-0-0 2.
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October 27, 1991
The physicians and surgeons encountered since I came to Escondido appear, overall, a cut above what cities of this size ordinarily attract, being a "one hospital town." These are the physicians and surgeons who have helped Palomar develop into a hospital I would feel comfortable being admitted to. These physicians and surgeons helped to develop Palomar by donating much of their time, energy and talent to bettering Palomar's credibility in the community. To pay wages for an orthopedic surgeon ($520 over a 24-hour period averages to $21 per hour)
November 17, 1987
Point Loma High School, which completed its first undefeated regular season since 1982 by defeating Morse, 14-13, Friday, has finished as the top-ranked team in The Times' San Diego County football rankings. Point Loma has held the No. 1 ranking for the past five weeks. Mount Miguel (10-0) finished No. 2 after concluding its first unbeaten regular season since 1978 with a 16-7 victory over Helix. The rankings: Pos. School (League) Record 1. Point Loma (City Eastern) 10-0-0 2.
September 22, 1987
Mount Miguel, whose defense has two shutouts in two games, took over the No. 2 position in the The Times' San Diego County High School football Top Ten. Mount Miguel beat Madison, 22-0, Friday after defeating Bonita Vista, 14-0, the first week of the season. Mount Miguel started the season ranked No. 4. Sweetwater maintained its No. 1 ranking after a 14-7 victory over San Francisco Kennedy. Vista fell from No.2 to No. 3 after losing to Fontana, 12-7. Fontana is California's top-ranked team.
April 6, 1987
Liz Cervantes hit a sacrifice fly to break a 2-2 tie in the sixth inning to help Fullerton College defeat El Camino, 3-2, in the championship game of the Fullerton softball tournament Sunday at Fullerton. Fullerton beat Palomar, 3-2, and El Camino, 6-0, earlier to advance to the championship game.