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January 19, 1990 | STEVE KRESAL
Rashone Lewis, Fullerton College's leading scorer and rebounder, said Thursday he will enroll next fall at St. Mary's College in Moraga, Calif. Lewis, a 6-foot-6 forward from Verbum Dei High School and Cal State Fullerton, will be eligible to play next season. He has two years of eligibility left. Lewis played sparingly last season at Cal State Fullerton and left because he thought he should have played more. He transferred to Fullerton College last fall and is averaging 20.
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January 19, 1990 | STEVE KRESAL
Rashone Lewis, Fullerton College's leading scorer and rebounder, said Thursday he will enroll next fall at St. Mary's College in Moraga, Calif. Lewis, a 6-foot-6 forward from Verbum Dei High School and Cal State Fullerton, will be eligible to play next season. He has two years of eligibility left. Lewis played sparingly last season at Cal State Fullerton and left because he thought he should have played more. He transferred to Fullerton College last fall and is averaging 20.
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January 16, 1990 | STEVE KRESAL
Rashone Lewis has shown that he can stay with something until it is accomplished. But he also knows a little something about the alternative--walking away. In the past three years, Lewis, a sophomore at Fullerton College, has had to deal with much more than the average problems of a college basketball player. When Lewis arrived at Cal State Fullerton in 1987, he was academically ineligible. A year later, the coach who recruited him resigned.
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January 16, 1990 | STEVE KRESAL
Rashone Lewis has shown that he can stay with something until it is accomplished. But he also knows a little something about the alternative--walking away. In the past three years, Lewis, a sophomore at Fullerton College, has had to deal with much more than the average problems of a college basketball player. When Lewis arrived at Cal State Fullerton in 1987, he was academically ineligible. A year later, the coach who recruited him resigned.
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November 19, 1986
Rashone Lewis, a 6-foot 5-inch forward from Verbum Dei High School, has signed a letter of intent to attend Cal State Fullerton next year. Lewis, who was also recruited by USC and St. Mary's, becomes the first Verbum Dei player recruited directly to Fullerton by Titan Coach George McQuarn, who coached Verbum Dei to two Southern Section titles. Senior point guard Alexander Hamilton, a graduate of Verbum Dei, came to Fullerton by way of Saddleback College.
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February 26, 1989
Rashone Lewis was dismissed from the Cal State Fullerton basketball team Saturday by Athletic Director Ed Carroll for violating a university regulation, the school announced in a press release. "I discussed the situation with Coach John Sneed and he concurred with the decision," Carroll said. Carroll would not elaborate on the offense, but said that it would be up to Sneed whether Lewis could return next season. Sneed said it was a "possibility."
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November 20, 1986
Danny Price, a 6-foot 3-inch guard from Santa Monica High School, and Anthony McGowan, a 6-8 forward from Duarte, have signed letters of intent to play basketball for Weber State in Ogden, Utah. UC Santa Barbara also picked up two players, 6-3 Mike Elliott of Compton Dominguez and 6-10, 220-pound Rob Rich from Seattle Blanchete. Cal State Fullerton landed its second prospect of the early-signing period, 6-5 Rashone Lewis of L.A. Verbum Dei.
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April 12, 1987
Central City player and coach of year for boys and girls to be announced in Monday's edition. Photo of Crenshaw's Melanie Usher was not available. BOYS Name School Year Pos Ht PPG David Clay Lincoln Sr F-C 6-6 22.0 Tim Durden Locke Sr G 6-5 27.3 Ronnie Gipson Verbum Dei Sr G 6-2 19.0 Steve Keller Loyola Sr F 6-5 19.4 Calvin Kyles Fremont Sr G 6-1 19.9 Rashone Lewis Verbum Dei Sr F 6-6 20.0 Marcus Nash Dorsey Jr G 6-3 16.7 Von Shuler Dorsey Sr F 6-4 15.2 Chris Small Manual Arts Jr G 6-0 20.
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February 22, 1990 | STEVE KRESAL
Vince Hizon, who helped lead Cypress College to the Orange Empire Conference men's basketball title, was named the conference's most valuable player in a vote by the coaches. Hizon, a 6-foot-2 sophomore swingman from Mater Dei High School, averaged a team-high 15.2 points a game for Cypress. He also had 3.7 rebounds, 2.3 assists a game as well as shooting 56% from the field and 86% from the free-throw line. Hizon was joined on the 11-man team by teammates Grayle Humphrey and Eric Pauley.
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November 16, 1989
Fullerton College outscored Grossmont 18-4 in the final seven minutes of the game en route to an 86-72 victory in the Fullerton basketball tournament Wednesday night. Fullerton (2-1) was led by Rashone Lewis, who had 18 points and nine rebounds. Grossmont fell to 0-3.
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February 4, 1990
In other Orange Empire Conference basketball games: Cypress 80, Fullerton 54--Andre Lamoureux scored 19 points and had 13 rebounds to lead host Cypress (23-3, 9-0) to its 10th consecutive victory. Vince Hizon had 12 and Eric Pauley 10 for Cypress. Rashone Lewis scored a game-high 30 points for Fullerton (10-16, 1-7).
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