June 15, 1990 |
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.
May 31, 1990
Patrick Henry junior Luke Lowrey and senior Greg Altmeyer have been suspended from school for five days because of their roles in a brawl that followed the San Diego Section 3-A semifinal baseball game between Patrick Henry and Monte Vista. Shirley Peterson, Patrick Henry's principal, said the school would also continue its investigation into the incident, which occurred immediately after Monte Vista won, 9-7, Saturday.
May 27, 1990 |
Upset? The word certainly applied to Saturday's fight-marred semifinals of the San Diego Section 3-A baseball playoffs at USD's Cunningham Stadium. Ninth-seeded Monte Vista, the fourth-place finisher in the Grossmont 3-A League, "upset" fourth-seeded Patrick Henry, 9-7, and 15th-seeded Mira Mesa, the third-place team in the City Eastern League, "upset" No. 6 Mt. Carmel, 5-0.
May 25, 1990 |
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.
April 4, 1990
In other Metro Conference games: Montgomery 2, Sweetwater 0--Luis Arroyo (3-2) went the distance to pick up the win for host Montgomery (9-3, 3-0). Shortstop Jose Lorenzana, second baseman Saul Rodriguez and right fielder Luis Contreras all went two for three for Montgomery. Sweetwater is 8-4, 1-2. Southwest 8, Chula Vista 7--Tony de la Torre doubled in the top of the ninth to drive in the winning run for Southwest (2-1, 4-7). Ricky Ramirez was three for five for Chula Vista (3-8, 0-3).
March 4, 1990
Your editorial about Havel's profound message to Congress was right on. I was so moved by his words that I clipped excerpts from his speech and reread them to anyone who would listen. Your editorial asked, " . . . Who among our own leaders could have framed such thoughts?" I'll tell you who they were. They were Havel's ghostwriters--Thomas Paine, Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson. Surely, they must have been sitting in the balcony smiling. GERALD J. SCHNITZER Los Angeles
February 24, 1990
DIVISION I Patrick Henry 70, Rancho Buena Vista 52--After a halftime tie, Patrick Henry led by six at the end of the third, then outscored RBV, 21-9, in the fourth. Jason Lonsdale scored 23 points and had 17 rebounds, and Butch Reese added 19 points for Patrick Henry (22-4). DIVISION II Torrey Pines 58, Helix 46--Helix only trailed by 45-43 with two minutes remaining, but Torrey Pines then put it away at the foul line, making 11 of 12 free throws down the stretch.
February 22, 1990
Top-ranked and defending section champion Torrey Pines set the tone early and walloped Chula Vista, 8-0, in the first round of the San Diego Section girls' 3-A playoffs. Danielle Napoli scored 32 seconds into the match and the Falcons were on their way to an easy victory. Napoli, Ashley Hanson and Layla Nassiroghli had two goals each. Hanson also had two assists.
February 22, 1990
Patrick Henry McMahon, 84, the wounded sailor whom John F. Kennedy towed three miles to safety after a Japanese warship crushed their patrol-torpedo boat during World War II. McMahon was a Machinist Mate 1st Class on PT-109, and served under Kennedy, then a 26-year-old lieutenant junior grade and skipper of the craft. On Aug.