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October 15, 1992
Cal State Northridge starting cornerback Ralph Henderson will miss Saturday's game at Santa Clara because of a death in his family. Coach Bob Burt said Henderson left for Texas on Wednesday to attend the funeral. In other player developments at CSUN, fullback Jim Warren and tailback Jamal Farmer will start in the same backfield for the first time since Northridge's opener.
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October 16, 1993 | THERESA SMITH MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The blueberry muffins are burning, Tianna is crying, and there is still spaghetti to make, dishes to wash and a sociology paper to write. Yet Ralph Henderson does not panic, no more than he would freak out if Darnay Scott ran a pass pattern his way. Henderson, a husband, father, student, and arguably the best cornerback in Cal State Northridge history, handles his roles with a quiet resolve. His days are long and wearisome, and there is no end in sight.
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October 14, 1992 | THERESA MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In preseason camp, while Cal State Northridge assistant LeRoy Irvin was instructing scout-team members how to block a kick, newcomer Ralph Henderson sidled up and said: "I can block that." Irvin put Henderson in the drill and on the next play he blocked a field-goal attempt. During the same drill, he blocked another. "And then I said, 'Oh, boy, we're gonna block a lot,' " Irvin said.
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September 26, 1993 | THERESA SMITH MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The blueberry muffins are burning, Tianna is crying, and there is still spaghetti to make, dishes to wash and a sociology paper to write. Yet Ralph Henderson does not panic, no more than he would freak out if Darnay Scott ran a pass pattern his way. Henderson, a husband, father, student, and arguably the best cornerback in Cal State Northridge history, handles his roles with a quiet resolve. His days are long and wearisome, and there is no end in sight.
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September 26, 1993 | THERESA SMITH MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The blueberry muffins are burning, Tianna is crying, and there is still spaghetti to make, dishes to wash and a sociology paper to write. Yet Ralph Henderson does not panic, no more than he would freak out if Darnay Scott ran a pass pattern his way. Henderson, a husband, father, student, and arguably the best cornerback in Cal State Northridge history, handles his roles with a quiet resolve. His days are long and wearisome, and there is no end in sight.
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October 16, 1993 | THERESA SMITH MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The blueberry muffins are burning, Tianna is crying, and there is still spaghetti to make, dishes to wash and a sociology paper to write. Yet Ralph Henderson does not panic, no more than he would freak out if Darnay Scott ran a pass pattern his way. Henderson, a husband, father, student, and arguably the best cornerback in Cal State Northridge history, handles his roles with a quiet resolve. His days are long and wearisome, and there is no end in sight.
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November 13, 1987 | ERNIE CASTILLO
Santa Ana Valley High School's playoff hopes evaporated in the second half of Thursday's showdown against Santa Ana. The Falcons were protecting a 7-0 lead with less than a minute to go in the first half when Santa Ana quarterback George Tuioti connected with Royal Wilbon on a 45-yard touchdown pass play. That play appeared to daze Santa Ana Valley and inspire Santa Ana, which gained a 17-7 victory that wrapped up the Century League championship in front of 900 at Orange Coast College.
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August 11, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
The missing heir of a machinist and ace trapshooter has been found in Irvine, thanks to a relative in Phoenix. The heir's aunt read a June 22 story in the Arizona Republic that described the mystery surrounding a will left by David Frank, an inventive machinist and top shooter who lived in Palm Desert, near Palm Springs. Frank was so closemouthed that even his closest friends and relatives didn't know until a few years before his death that he had a son.
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September 19, 1993 | THERESA SMITH MUNOZ
Although Cal State Northridge sputtered to its third consecutive loss, falling to Northern Arizona, 23-9, Saturday night, Matador Coach Bob Burt put a positive spin on it. "We're playing through incredible adversity," he said. "Our third consecutive road trip against teams with the wherewithall to pound us by 50 or 60 points and we're hanging in there. If we play in our league the way we played the first three games we're gonna win some games."
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October 15, 1992
Cal State Northridge starting cornerback Ralph Henderson will miss Saturday's game at Santa Clara because of a death in his family. Coach Bob Burt said Henderson left for Texas on Wednesday to attend the funeral. In other player developments at CSUN, fullback Jim Warren and tailback Jamal Farmer will start in the same backfield for the first time since Northridge's opener.
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October 14, 1992 | THERESA MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In preseason camp, while Cal State Northridge assistant LeRoy Irvin was instructing scout-team members how to block a kick, newcomer Ralph Henderson sidled up and said: "I can block that." Irvin put Henderson in the drill and on the next play he blocked a field-goal attempt. During the same drill, he blocked another. "And then I said, 'Oh, boy, we're gonna block a lot,' " Irvin said.
SPORTS
September 24, 1992
Jess Garner, a junior from Oak Park High, will start at fullback for Cal State Northridge against host Central Oklahoma on Saturday. Garner will replace Jim Warren, who suffered a sprained medial collateral ligament in his right knee in the Matadors' 22-6 win over San Francisco State. Tailback Jamal Farmer, who underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee last week, is questionable for the Central Oklahoma game.
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November 24, 1993
Linebacker Angel Chavez of Cal State Northridge has been selected American West Conference defensive player of the year, the conference announced Tuesday. Chavez, a 6-foot, 230-pound senior from Los Angeles, led the Matadors with 10 tackles for losses and finished his two-year career at Northridge with 15 sacks, second in school history. Also selected to the first team were seniors Ivy Calvin, O.J. Ojomoh, Ralph Henderson, Albert Razo, Robert Trice and Brian Hay.
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