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March 10, 1990
Rainer Wulf of Trabuco Hills High School will coach the South team and Tim O'Brien of Estancia will coach the North team in the 25th Orange County All-Star basketball game April 25 at Cal State Fullerton. Wulf, 30, led Trabuco Hills to a 55-27 record in three seasons and their second consecutive Pacific Coast League title this season.
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January 28, 1994 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's game night at Trabuco Hills High, and there's no mistaking that Coach Rainer Wulf is in charge. With his hair slicked back like New York Knick Coach Pat Riley's, the 6-foot-6 Wulf is neatly attired in a sport coat, slacks and tie. He commands attention when barking out instructions to his players or pointing out a referee's oversights. Wulf looks like a successful coach and has all the credentials. But he cringes when talking about image.
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June 27, 1989 | TOM HAMILTON
Beau Hossler, a 6-foot 1-inch guard from Laguna Hills High School, is playing for Trabuco Hills High's summer league basketball team and plans to transfer to the school in the fall, said Rainer Wulf, Trabuco Hills coach. Hossler helped Laguna Hills to a 16-10 record last season and was one of three starters expected to return for the Hawks. "His parents met with our principal and told him that their house is for sale and they plan to move within our attendance area," Wulf said.
SPORTS
March 10, 1990
Rainer Wulf of Trabuco Hills High School will coach the South team and Tim O'Brien of Estancia will coach the North team in the 25th Orange County All-Star basketball game April 25 at Cal State Fullerton. Wulf, 30, led Trabuco Hills to a 55-27 record in three seasons and their second consecutive Pacific Coast League title this season.
SPORTS
April 3, 1989 | TOM HAMILTON
Joni Easterly of Katella High School and Rick Swanwick of Trabuco Hills were named The Times' Orange County girls' and boys' basketball players of the year, respectively, at an awards ceremony Sunday in the Anaheim Hilton and Towers. Easterly led Katella into the State Division II girls' championship game and averaged 22 points per game. She scored 19 points in the fourth quarter in Katella's 54-48 overtime victory over Muir for the Southern Section 4-A division title. Swanwick averaged 20.
SPORTS
January 28, 1994 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's game night at Trabuco Hills High, and there's no mistaking that Coach Rainer Wulf is in charge. With his hair slicked back like New York Knick Coach Pat Riley's, the 6-foot-6 Wulf is neatly attired in a sport coat, slacks and tie. He commands attention when barking out instructions to his players or pointing out a referee's oversights. Wulf looks like a successful coach and has all the credentials. But he cringes when talking about image.
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March 17, 1989 | TOM HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
Rainer Wulf, boys' basketball coach at Trabuco Hills High School, had played the game for so long that he never thought about coaching it. This was a game he played, not one he analyzed. He spent hours as a youngster shooting in a tiny recreation gym in Monterey Park, often staying until the lights were finally turned out at 10 p.m. He traveled throughout Southern California playing for a youth all-star team, winning 162 games in three seasons.
SPORTS
February 20, 1989 | Barbie Ludovise
After its 70-68 upset of third-seeded Savanna in the Southern Section 3-A playoffs Friday night, Trabuco Hills boys' basketball team is a much talked-about squad. The centerpiece of the team, of course, is 6-foot-10 center Rick Swanwick, who is averaging 20.6 points and 13.6 rebounds a game. But how many remember that Trabuco Hills Coach Rainer Wulf was a much talked-about player himself--at Bishop Amat?
SPORTS
August 26, 2000
BASKETBALL Trabuco Hills High seeks lower-level boys' assistant coaches. Contact Rainer Wulf, (949) 768-1934, ext. 7808. Trabuco Hills High seeks lower-level girls' coaches. Contact Michelle McIntyre, (949) 768-1934, ext. 7808.
SPORTS
July 6, 2000
Gary Lyons, junior varsity boys' soccer coach at Trabuco Hills High last season, has been promoted to head coach, Athletic Director Rainer Wulf said. Lyons replaced Brian Fallman, who resigned after last season. Sean McManon, the junior varsity girls' coach, also has been promoted to varsity. McManon replaced Jeff Maguire, who quit after last season.
SPORTS
June 27, 1989 | TOM HAMILTON
Beau Hossler, a 6-foot 1-inch guard from Laguna Hills High School, is playing for Trabuco Hills High's summer league basketball team and plans to transfer to the school in the fall, said Rainer Wulf, Trabuco Hills coach. Hossler helped Laguna Hills to a 16-10 record last season and was one of three starters expected to return for the Hawks. "His parents met with our principal and told him that their house is for sale and they plan to move within our attendance area," Wulf said.
SPORTS
April 3, 1989 | TOM HAMILTON
Joni Easterly of Katella High School and Rick Swanwick of Trabuco Hills were named The Times' Orange County girls' and boys' basketball players of the year, respectively, at an awards ceremony Sunday in the Anaheim Hilton and Towers. Easterly led Katella into the State Division II girls' championship game and averaged 22 points per game. She scored 19 points in the fourth quarter in Katella's 54-48 overtime victory over Muir for the Southern Section 4-A division title. Swanwick averaged 20.
SPORTS
March 17, 1989 | TOM HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
Rainer Wulf, boys' basketball coach at Trabuco Hills High School, had played the game for so long that he never thought about coaching it. This was a game he played, not one he analyzed. He spent hours as a youngster shooting in a tiny recreation gym in Monterey Park, often staying until the lights were finally turned out at 10 p.m. He traveled throughout Southern California playing for a youth all-star team, winning 162 games in three seasons.
SPORTS
February 20, 1989 | Barbie Ludovise
After its 70-68 upset of third-seeded Savanna in the Southern Section 3-A playoffs Friday night, Trabuco Hills boys' basketball team is a much talked-about squad. The centerpiece of the team, of course, is 6-foot-10 center Rick Swanwick, who is averaging 20.6 points and 13.6 rebounds a game. But how many remember that Trabuco Hills Coach Rainer Wulf was a much talked-about player himself--at Bishop Amat?
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