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November 17, 2008 | BEN BOLCH
THE TIMES' HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKINGS, INCLUDING RECORDS, SECTIONS AND COMMENTS BY BEN BOLCH: Rk.; SCHOOL; COMMENT (LAST WEEK) 1 L.B. POLY (10-0, SS-Pac-5) Jackrabbits should gobble up teams in Pac-5 as if they're Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde. (1) 2 COR. CENTENNIAL (10-0, SS-Inland) Rankings committee favors plus-one scenario in which Huskies play winner of Pac-5 Division. (2) 3 SO NOTRE DAME (10-0, SS-Pac-5) Easy first-round victory should come straight out of Compton.
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September 21, 2009 | Ben Bolch
The Times' high school football rankings by Ben Bolch: Rk. Team (Rec. Sec, Div.) Comment (Last week's ranking) 1 CRENSHAW (3-0, City-Division I) Deprived of fractured ring finger, receiver Geno Hall proudly holds index finger aloft to denote Cougars' ranking. (1) 2 SERVITE (3-0, SS-Pac-5) Who's the boss? Troy Thomas finally gets the best of former apprentice Jeremiah Ross. (2) 3 ST. BONAVENTURE (3-0, SS-Northern)
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March 29, 2009 | BEN BLOCH
Rankings and comments by Ben Bolch: 1; WESTCHESTER (City-Div. I, 35-2); Comets mortified they beat McClymonds by "only" 18 points when Fairfax won by 25 in 2007. 2; KING (SS-Div. I-AA, 30-3); Technically speaking, Wolves came up 14 points and three whistles short of Westchester. 3; TAFT (City-Div. I, 27-5); Rankings committee awards Coach Derrick Taylor bonus points for willingness to chat with reporters during games. 4; FAIRFAX (City-Div.
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September 7, 2009
The Times' high school football rankings by Ben Bolch: Rk. Team (Rec. Sec, Div.) Comment (Last week's ranking) 1 CRENSHAW (1-0, City-Division I) What do Cougars have that Servite doesn't? A victory over a legitimate top-five team, for starters. (9) 2 SERVITE (1-0, SS-Pac-5) File triumph over Long Beach Poly as "One to remember, provided Jackrabbits don't finish 0-10." (10) 3 OAKS CHRISTIAN (1-0, SS-Northwest) Rankings committee would be Lion if it said serious consideration was given to moving this team into top spot.
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September 7, 2009
The Times' high school football rankings by Ben Bolch: Rk. Team (Rec. Sec, Div.) Comment (Last week's ranking) 1 CRENSHAW (1-0, City-Division I) What do Cougars have that Servite doesn't? A victory over a legitimate top-five team, for starters. (9) 2 SERVITE (1-0, SS-Pac-5) File triumph over Long Beach Poly as "One to remember, provided Jackrabbits don't finish 0-10." (10) 3 OAKS CHRISTIAN (1-0, SS-Northwest) Rankings committee would be Lion if it said serious consideration was given to moving this team into top spot.
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June 20, 2002 | Ben Bolch
A look at the final top 25 baseball teams in the Southland: 1. Bishop Amat (28-2, SS-Div. IV) Ace right-hander Adam Simon says "championship," Lancers comply with victory over Westminster La Quinta. (Previous ranking: 1) 2. Camarillo (30-4, SS-Div. I) Delmon Young's home run in semifinal victory over Long Beach Poly still hasn't landed. (3) 3. Westminster La Quinta (29-3, SS-Div. IV) Hard-luck Aztecs lose title on error after eight compelling innings. (2) 4. Villa Park (24-7, SS-Div.
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May 24, 2002 | DAVID G. SAVAGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
WASHINGTON -- A divided Senate Judiciary Committee approved President Bush's choice of a Pennsylvania judge for a U.S. Court of Appeals seat Thursday, as three Democrats broke ranks to vote in favor of the nomination. U.S. District Judge D. Brooks Smith, 50, was appointed to the federal bench by President Reagan.
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March 29, 2009 | BEN BLOCH
Rankings and comments by Ben Bolch: 1; WESTCHESTER (City-Div. I, 35-2); Comets mortified they beat McClymonds by "only" 18 points when Fairfax won by 25 in 2007. 2; KING (SS-Div. I-AA, 30-3); Technically speaking, Wolves came up 14 points and three whistles short of Westchester. 3; TAFT (City-Div. I, 27-5); Rankings committee awards Coach Derrick Taylor bonus points for willingness to chat with reporters during games. 4; FAIRFAX (City-Div.
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June 20, 2002 | Ben Bolch
A look at the final top 25 baseball teams in the Southland: 1. Bishop Amat (28-2, SS-Div. IV) Ace right-hander Adam Simon says "championship," Lancers comply with victory over Westminster La Quinta. (Previous ranking: 1) 2. Camarillo (30-4, SS-Div. I) Delmon Young's home run in semifinal victory over Long Beach Poly still hasn't landed. (3) 3. Westminster La Quinta (29-3, SS-Div. IV) Hard-luck Aztecs lose title on error after eight compelling innings. (2) 4. Villa Park (24-7, SS-Div.
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May 24, 2002 | DAVID G. SAVAGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
WASHINGTON -- A divided Senate Judiciary Committee approved President Bush's choice of a Pennsylvania judge for a U.S. Court of Appeals seat Thursday, as three Democrats broke ranks to vote in favor of the nomination. U.S. District Judge D. Brooks Smith, 50, was appointed to the federal bench by President Reagan.
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