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March 29, 1985
Patrick Henry High School center fielder Norman Whitehead went 4 for 5 Thursday to pace a 14-hit attack in the Patriots' 15-2 nonleague victory over San Diego. Whitehead had three doubles, three RBIs and scored three times to help the Patrick Henry improve its record to 5-1. Patriot third baseman Eric Karros went 3 for 4 with a double and an RBI. First baseman Mile Thomas was 2 for 5 with four RBIs. Mike Romberg (1-0) pitched 2 innings and picked up the win.
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BUSINESS
March 27, 2014 | By Stuart Pfeifer
The chief executive of San Diego tech company Entropic Communications Inc. has pleaded not guilty to assaulting an actress who appeared on the reality-TV show "Beverly Hills Nannies. " Patrick Henry entered the plea before Judge Shauna Kerr during a brief appearance Tuesday at the Summit County Justice Court in Park City, Utah. Kerr scheduled Henry's trial for June 19. The 51-year-old executive is accused of assaulting actress and model Ariane Bellamar on Jan. 23 at his vacation home during the Sundance Film Festival.
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NEWS
January 1, 1987
Clemency for Frank Arcuri! That should be the rallying cry among patriots who place American interests above foreign interests and who value the right of an individual to speak out against the policies of local government. Arcuri, who was convicted last week of three misdemeanor counts stemming from an April 28 Monterey Park City Council meeting, was typically loud and persistent on the night he was arrested. I was at the council meeting and watched Frank inveighing against the Monterey Park power structure and against the foreign land developers.
BUSINESS
February 12, 2014 | By Stuart Pfeifer, This post has been updated as indicated below.
Prosecutors in Summit County, Utah, have charged the chief executive of Entropic Communications Inc., a San Diego semiconductor company, with assaulting a model who appeared on the reality television show "Beverly Hills Nannies. " The criminal complaint, filed in Summit County Justice Court, alleges that Patrick Henry assaulted the woman Jan. 23 at a home near Park City, Utah. The case was investigated by the Summit County Sheriff's Department. [Updated at 12:46 p.m. Feb. 12: Summit County Attorney David Brickey said his office filed three misdemeanor charges against Henry: assault, damaging a communication device and criminal mischief.
SPORTS
July 10, 1992
Michael Ruiz, a 1992 graduate of Patrick Henry High, shot a second-round 70 Thursday to take a one-shot lead in the boys' 15-18 age division at the Las Vegas Founders' Legacy junior golf tournament. Ruiz, at three-under-par 141, leads Patrick Henry teammate Chris Riley by two strokes. Riley and Ruiz will attend UNLV on golf scholarships this year. Timothy Beans of Phoenix is second at 142. Jeff Padilla of Rancho Santa Fe is at 156 after shooting two 78s.
SPORTS
June 15, 1990 | DANA HADDAD
San Diego Section Commissioner Kendall Webb placed the baseball teams of Patrick Henry and Monte Vista high schools on probation and banned Patrick Henry's Luke Lowrey from baseball for the 1991 season Thursday after investigating a fight following the teams' May 26 section semifinal playoff game. Webb, who determined that both teams violated the ethics code adopted by the section before the 1990 season, levied several sanctions against them.
SPORTS
January 8, 1989 | DON PATTERSON
Andy Trakas, the The Times' All-County football kicker from Patrick Henry High, has made a verbal commitment to attend San Diego State in the fall, Patrick Henry Coach Chris Miller said Saturday. Trakas, who was recruited by SDSU and Cal State Fullerton, demonstrated excellent range in his place-kicks and kickoffs last season. His longest field goal was 47 yards against Chula Vista. His kickoff average was 56.4 yards. Trakas couldn't be reached for comment.
SPORTS
March 5, 1992
For the second game in a row, underdog Patrick Henry pulled off a big upset by winning a shootout in the San Diego Section Division I boys' soccer playoffs. The fifth-seeded Patriots (19-2-1) battled back from a two-goal deficit, forced overtime then beat defending champion and top-seeded San Diego, 3-2, in a five-round shootout in Wednesday's quarterfinal game at Hilltop High. Patrick Henry faces Mira Mesa, a 2-1 winner over Poway, in the finals. Patrick Henry upset No.
SPORTS
May 26, 1987
The last two seasons, Santana High School and Patrick Henry have taken turns serving as spoilers for one another. Two years ago, en route to a berth in the San Diego Section 3-A championship game, Patrick Henry lost only one game all season--to Santana. Last season, when Santana defeated Mt. Carmel for the 3-A championship, the Sultans suffered only two losses--one to Patrick Henry. Today, as the section baseball playoffs begin, the two schools will be at it again.
SPORTS
January 27, 1990 | JOHN GEIS
Mira Mesa had this good luck charm of sorts sitting on the scorer's table at Patrick Henry High Friday night. It was a plastic crocodile. Every starter went by and touched it before taking the court, and every time a sub entered the game, he touched it, too. Well, they all might as well have been touching ice. Yep, we're talking cold. Mira Mesa missed its first four shots of the game, then made one, then missed . . .
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 2, 2011 | By Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times
A San Diego high school where a lesbian couple were selected as homecoming king and queen has been the subject of hateful phone calls and emails, officials said. Officials did not detail the messages but described some of them as disturbing. Bill Kowba, San Diego school superintendent, said adults criticizing the selection of Rebecca Arellano and Haileigh Adams are "demonstrating such a lack of tolerance and are presenting such a negative role model for children with their hateful comments.
NATIONAL
March 3, 2010 | By Richard Simon
Ronald Reagan is honored by, among other things, an airport, a freeway, an aircraft carrier and -- ironically for a critic of big government -- one of the biggest federal buildings in Washington. Now, some of the late president's admirers are launching a new effort to add another honor: printing his likeness on a $50 bill in place of Ulysses S. Grant's. In polls of presidential scholars, Reagan consistently outranks Grant, said Rep. Patrick T. McHenry (R-N.C.), who introduced legislation to make the change.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 1, 2010 | By Mark Sachs
It's a new year, and Mike Henry, lead voice, co-creator and an executive producer on "The Cleveland Show," is celebrating with a new episode Sunday night on Fox. Last year was pretty good for Henry, who lives on the beach in Santa Monica with wife Sara and their 2-year-old daughter Josie. His animated show, a September spinoff from Seth MacFarlane's mega-hit "Family Guy," quickly found its own following. "At first I was a little nervous," admitted Henry, "but once that first table read was under my belt, we were rolling right along.
OPINION
June 20, 2009
Re: "In limbo over the cha-cha," Column, June 13 Sandy Banks has written stories that make me cry and stories that make me laugh. She also has written articles that make me want to smack someone for being so foolish. This article was one of those. Let's equate a school to a small business. If my department won an award that brought in $5,000, I would expect a thank-you from my boss. I think the principal showed poor management. I attended my grandson's high school graduation recently, and the support given by all the school staff and parents was gratifying.
NATIONAL
May 13, 2006 | Molly Hennessy-Fiske, Times Staff Writer
Patrick Henry College, the small evangelical Christian school founded six years ago to train students for careers in public life, gained national prominence for placing many students in White House internships and other government positions. Now five of the school's 16 faculty members have left, saying the school's approach is too doctrinaire to prepare students for the realities of American politics.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 29, 2004 | Veronica Torrejon, Times Staff Writer
With eyes fixed straight ahead and sweat glistening on his forehead, 11-year-old Eric Vasquez moves his feet frantically during his gym class to keep pace with computerized music and flashing neon arrows displayed on the screen of an arcade dance game. "Whoa," he says, wiping the sweat with his forearm.
SPORTS
October 21, 1988 | SCOTT MILLER
Last Friday, two high school football teams in two games combined to score 106 points. This week, those teams meet. And the coach of one knows he'll be in trouble if 106 points are scored today. "Our kids know Morse can score from anywhere," said Chris Miller, Patrick Henry coach. "We've got to play the best game at Patrick Henry since I've been the coach." Of course, Miller is only in his second year at the school, but his point is the same. If No.
SPORTS
May 25, 1990 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE
Patrick Henry, in the midst of constructing the house that confidence built, has added another story. In a San Diego Section 3-A baseball quarterfinal game Thursday against visiting Orange Glen, Patrick Henry put the hammer down early, scoring two runs in the first inning and five in the second and coasting to a 10-2 victory.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 12, 2004 | AL MARTINEZ
It is 7 in the morning and I am standing in the doorway of Teengirl's room, wondering if it had been hit by a meteor. But since there is no hole in the ceiling, the chaos that I'm viewing must have come from within. The girl has just left for school, looking beautiful as she emerged from the room, leaving the disarray behind. The mess is her symbol of defiance. The drawers that are left open to varying degrees represent her army.
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