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February 27, 1991
Randy Karliner of Ocean View High School has signed a letter of intent to play football at the University of Mississippi, Ronald Karliner, his father, said Tuesday. Karliner, a 6-foot-2, 195-pound quarterback and linebacker, has been a three-year starter for the Seahawks. He was twice selected first-team all-Sunset League and was named the league's offensive player of the year as a senior. As a junior, Karliner guided Ocean View to the league co-championship, the school's first football title.
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April 30, 1991
School: Ocean View High Sport: Baseball Position: Pitcher/right fielder Class: Senior Coming to the mound from right field, Karliner, Ocean View's ace reliever, rarely gets more than a half dozen warm-up pitches. "It's not like we have to use stall tactics to get our guy loose in the pen," Ocean View Coach Steve Barrett said. "We just go, 'Come here,' and give him the ball."
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SPORTS
September 22, 1989 | DONNA CARTER, Times Staff Writer
Randy Karliner of Ocean View High School is not the type of quarterback to practice his hook slide. Defenders won't find his 6-foot-1, 210-pound frame sashaying out of bounds to avoid a pounding. More than likely, they'll find his padded shoulder dipped, and like UPS, ready to deliver.
SPORTS
February 27, 1991
Randy Karliner of Ocean View High School has signed a letter of intent to play football at the University of Mississippi, Ronald Karliner, his father, said Tuesday. Karliner, a 6-foot-2, 195-pound quarterback and linebacker, has been a three-year starter for the Seahawks. He was twice selected first-team all-Sunset League and was named the league's offensive player of the year as a senior. As a junior, Karliner guided Ocean View to the league co-championship, the school's first football title.
SPORTS
May 20, 1989 | STEVEN HERBERT
Randy Karliner disproved the notion that sophomores should neither been seen nor heard when playoff time rolls around. The Ocean View High School left-hander pitched 3 1/3 innings of two-hit relief Friday, leading the Seahawks to a 2-1 victory in a Southern Section 5-A playoff game at Beverly Hills. "He doesn't play like a sophomore," Coach Steve Barrett said. "I've seen him in jams all year on he'll find a way to pitch out of it." After retiring the first two batters in the seventh, Karliner (9-2)
SPORTS
April 29, 1989 | DENNIS KAISER
As a motivator, Ocean View baseball coach Steve Barrett displays ingenuity and resourcefulness. His job necessitates it. But for Friday's Sunset League game against Fountain Valley, Barrett called upon an unusual source. He drew from the markings of a graffiti artist that appeared overnight on the Seahawks' right-field fence and third base dugout. And the Seahawks responded by defeating the Barons, 13-2, to earn a share of first place in the Sunset League standings. That victory, along with a victory by Westminister Friday, created a three-way tie for first place: Ocean View, Fountain Valley and Westminister are all 7-4. That Friday's game was for a share of first was probably enough to challenge even non-title contenders.
SPORTS
April 30, 1991
School: Ocean View High Sport: Baseball Position: Pitcher/right fielder Class: Senior Coming to the mound from right field, Karliner, Ocean View's ace reliever, rarely gets more than a half dozen warm-up pitches. "It's not like we have to use stall tactics to get our guy loose in the pen," Ocean View Coach Steve Barrett said. "We just go, 'Come here,' and give him the ball."
SPORTS
March 5, 1992
Team League Overall Fountain Valley 10-2 24-6 Ocean View 10-2 16-8 Edison 5-7 17-13 Huntington Beach 5-7 12-13 Santa Ana 5-7 13-10 Westminster 5-7 11-13 Marina 2-10 11-14 League MVPs: Derek Fahs (Fountain Valley), Randy Karliner (Ocean View).
SPORTS
May 16, 1991
Pitcher Derek Fahs, who led the county with 110 strikeouts and had an 11-3 record for Fountain Valley High School, heads the list of selections for the South team that will participate in the Orange County all-star baseball game, which is scheduled June 4 at Anaheim's Glover Stadium.
SPORTS
May 18, 1991 | STEVE PRATT
Thousand Oaks 5, Ocean View 3--Ocean View (16-8) had 10 hits and did not make an error, but could not overcome two early Thousand Oaks home runs and lost for the first time in 14 games. The Lancers had eight hits and committed five errors. Brett Herman hit a two-run home run in the first inning and Jeff Naster hit another two-run shot in the second to chase Seth Bartels (5-2). Randy Karliner replaced Bartels and gave up four hits and one run.
SPORTS
September 22, 1989 | DONNA CARTER, Times Staff Writer
Randy Karliner of Ocean View High School is not the type of quarterback to practice his hook slide. Defenders won't find his 6-foot-1, 210-pound frame sashaying out of bounds to avoid a pounding. More than likely, they'll find his padded shoulder dipped, and like UPS, ready to deliver.
SPORTS
May 20, 1989 | STEVEN HERBERT
Randy Karliner disproved the notion that sophomores should neither been seen nor heard when playoff time rolls around. The Ocean View High School left-hander pitched 3 1/3 innings of two-hit relief Friday, leading the Seahawks to a 2-1 victory in a Southern Section 5-A playoff game at Beverly Hills. "He doesn't play like a sophomore," Coach Steve Barrett said. "I've seen him in jams all year on he'll find a way to pitch out of it." After retiring the first two batters in the seventh, Karliner (9-2)
SPORTS
April 29, 1989 | DENNIS KAISER
As a motivator, Ocean View baseball coach Steve Barrett displays ingenuity and resourcefulness. His job necessitates it. But for Friday's Sunset League game against Fountain Valley, Barrett called upon an unusual source. He drew from the markings of a graffiti artist that appeared overnight on the Seahawks' right-field fence and third base dugout. And the Seahawks responded by defeating the Barons, 13-2, to earn a share of first place in the Sunset League standings. That victory, along with a victory by Westminister Friday, created a three-way tie for first place: Ocean View, Fountain Valley and Westminister are all 7-4. That Friday's game was for a share of first was probably enough to challenge even non-title contenders.
SPORTS
November 10, 1989 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI
Ocean View High School rallied for 15 points in the fourth quarter to avert an upset and claim a share of the Sunset League championship with a 15-7 victory over Marina. For three quarters, the Seahawks (7-3 overall, 4-1 in league) self-destructed, getting penalized 11 times for 130 yards. Marina (2-8, 0-5) scored on its first possession for a 7-0 lead.
SPORTS
November 17, 1990
Omar Love rushed for 132 yards and two touchdowns in 16 carries as top-seeded and unbeaten Rialto Eisenhower rolled over Ocean View, 27-7, in a Division I playoff game Friday. Eisenhower (11-0), the Citrus Belt League champion, advances to a second-round game Friday against Mater Dei. Love scored on touchdown runs of one and 43 yards, the second coming with 3:11 to play in the third quarter, blunting a potential Ocean View comeback.
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