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January 31, 2002
Blankenship Is Hired to Coach Capistrano Valley Randy Blankenship, the 1998 state coach of the year while at Fresno Clovis West, has been selected football coach at Capistrano Valley High. Blankenship has a 173-45-3 record and has won six section titles, four at Clovis West and two at Nevada Union in Grass Valley. He spent two years at Fallbrook, where he went 17-6 and won a league title. He coached last season at Granbury High in Texas, but his family wanted to return to California.
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September 22, 2000 | MARTIN HENDERSON
Temitope Sonuyi rushed for 227 yards and Greg Farrell passed for 251 as sixth-ranked Esperanza made a statement in the most convincing fashion Thursday. One week after a second-half embarrassment that cost them a victory, the Aztecs defeated Fallbrook, the top-ranked team in San Diego County, 42-23. "They're better than [Orange County's top-ranked] Mater Dei," said Fallbrook Coach Randy Blankenship, his team having lost to Mater Dei two weeks ago, 28-21. "We got our hats handed to us."
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July 22, 2002 | MICHELLE MALTAIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
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SPORTS
September 12, 1998 | MIKE TERRY
Fresno Clovis West (1-0) vs. No. 2 Mater Dei (0-0) 7 TONIGHT SANTA ANA STADIUM The Monarchs call this their "Season of Reckoning." It's the last season in the South Coast League, and they have won or shared every league title since 1991. They want to reclaim the section Division I title Long Beach Poly took from them last year. And they have to do so without having what Coach Bruce Rollinson describes as "a game-breaker" in their lineup. They should find out where they stand in a hurry.
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November 15, 1989 | ALAN CITRON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Like the people living in Los Angeles' gang-infested neighborhoods, those who make their homes on downtown's Skid Row have slowly and tragically become inured to street violence. On Tuesday morning, the brutal slayings of two people within two blocks of each other the night before drew far less attention than the taping of an episode of the television show, "Beauty and the Beast."
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May 9, 2003 | Martin Henderson, From Staff Reports
A clerical error cost Eagle Rock's softball team six victories and kept the undefeated Northern League champion out of the City Section playoffs. An unidentified player was not included on an official roster submitted to the City Section at the beginning of the season, and the school was notified Wednesday that its appeal to the City Rules Committee had been denied. The omitted player was ruled ineligible for the playoffs and the team will have to forfeit six of its 10 league victories.
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September 10, 2000 | BEN BOLCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If Mater Dei pulls off a victory for the ages in two weeks and beats Concord De La Salle, ending the Spartans' national-record 101-games-and-counting winning streak, Monarch Coach Bruce Rollinson will be able to look back with pride on the moments when his team showed that it could play with anyone.
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May 1, 2003 | John Ortega, From Staff Reports
T.J. Fakehinde of Fullerton Eastside Christian did not set a career best in winning the boys' high jump in the Orange County track and field championships at Mission Viejo Trabuco Hills on Saturday, but he was ecstatic about clearing seven feet for the first time this season. Fakehinde, a Nigerian native who came to Eastside Christian from Jamaica, cleared 7-0 1/2 last year. His season best was 6-8 before Saturday, however, as he had been tinkering with his approach run to the bar.
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May 20, 2003 | From Staff Reports
Long Beach Poly freshman Alex Resurreccion shot a career-best six-under 66 Monday at Mesquite golf course in Palm Springs to earn medalist honors at the Southern Section Central Regional individual boys' golf playoff. Resurreccion, who qualified as the sixth-place golfer in the Moore League, had eight birdies and two bogeys in his round. Teammate Art Golden shot 68 and tied for second with Scott Conway of Paloma Valley and Phil Telliard of Riverside Poly.
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July 20, 1990 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As the South team gathered for the first time Thursday to prepare for the 39th annual Shrine all-star football game, Chris Alexander of Hawthorne High School said he felt honored to be among the 60 players selected for the July 28 contest. Considering that the speedy 5-foot-9 running back missed most of the 1988 football season because of a broken arm, Alexander's path to becoming an all-star was not an easy one.
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