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February 6, 1995
Kirk Irvine pitched the first no-hitter in Rancho Santiago College history as the Dons beat Los Angeles Pierce, 8-0, in a Fullerton-Cerritos tournament game Sunday in Santa Ana. Irvine, a sophomore right-hander from Chino Hills Ayala High School, walked two and struck out six. Besides the walks, another batter reached base after a strikeout but thanks to two runners caught stealing, Irvine faced only 28 batters. Irvine retired 12 in a row at one point.
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September 14, 1997 | JEFF KASS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The turn of the century telescope and domed observatory at Santa Ana College was built to view stars and planets up to 3 billion miles away. But for the past 30 years, the telescope has been rendered useless by a more earthly plague: air conditioning. Air conditioning and ventilation motors, which share a rooftop with the telescope, send out vibrations that make the telescope inoperative.
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September 14, 1997 | JEFF KASS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The turn of the century telescope and domed observatory at Santa Ana College was built to view stars and planets up to 3 billion miles away. But for the past 30 years, the telescope has been rendered useless by a more earthly plague: air conditioning. Air conditioning and ventilation motors, which share a rooftop with the telescope, send out vibrations that make the telescope inoperative.
SPORTS
February 6, 1995
Kirk Irvine pitched the first no-hitter in Rancho Santiago College history as the Dons beat Los Angeles Pierce, 8-0, in a Fullerton-Cerritos tournament game Sunday in Santa Ana. Irvine, a sophomore right-hander from Chino Hills Ayala High School, walked two and struck out six. Besides the walks, another batter reached base after a strikeout but thanks to two runners caught stealing, Irvine faced only 28 batters. Irvine retired 12 in a row at one point.
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March 19, 1988
Don Sneddon can become the winningest baseball coach in Rancho Santiago College history when the Dons play host to Riverside today at noon in an Orange Empire Conference game. Sneddon is tied with Roger Wilson at 186 victories. Sneddon, in his seventh season, has a record of 186-64-1. Wilson, who is now the Rancho Santiago athletic director, had a record of 186-217-6 from 1961 to 1974.
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March 20, 1988
Don Sneddon became the winningest baseball coach in Rancho Santiago College history as the Dons defeated Riverside, 8-0, Saturday in an Orange Empire Conference game at Rancho Santiago. Sneddon, who is in his seventh season, has a career record of 187-64-1. He passed Roger Wilson (186-217-6), who coached from 1961 to 1974.
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February 1, 1990 | ROB FERNAS
Of all the boys basketball races in the South Bay this season, the Ocean League has offered the least in terms of suspense and surprises. As expected, Morningside has dominated the other seven teams and appears a cinch to capture its second consecutive Ocean title and sixth league crown in seven years. The Monarchs, ranked No. 1 in the state among Division III teams by Cal-Hi Sports, are simply too deep and talented for the rest of the league.
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September 16, 1987
Orange County will celebrate the 200th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution with balloons, bands, debates and re-enactments of the historic event. Many events will revolve around the replica of Independence Hall built on the grounds of Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park.
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