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July 28, 1989
Raul Victores has been recommended as the varsity football coach at Anaheim High School. "He still has to be approved," Anaheim Athletic Director Dan Miller said Thursday. The Anaheim school district board will discuss his hiring when it meets Aug. 3. Victores, 27, would replace Ted Mullen, who resigned to become an assistant coach at Palm Desert High School. It will be the first varsity coaching position for Victores, who also teaches social studies at Anaheim.
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July 28, 1989
Raul Victores has been recommended as the varsity football coach at Anaheim High School. "He still has to be approved," Anaheim Athletic Director Dan Miller said Thursday. The Anaheim school district board will discuss his hiring when it meets Aug. 3. Victores, 27, would replace Ted Mullen, who resigned to become an assistant coach at Palm Desert High School. It will be the first varsity coaching position for Victores, who also teaches social studies at Anaheim.
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SPORTS
December 5, 1991
Raul Victores, football coach at Anaheim High School the past three seasons, has resigned his position, athletic director Dan Miller said Wednesday. Anaheim was 9-21 under Victores. The Colonists were 2-8 last season and failed to make the playoffs. Anaheim was 4-6 in 1990 and 3-7 in 1989.
SPORTS
October 7, 1989 | BOB BORSUM
Anaheim High School's running game, highlighted by Ernie Akau's two touchdowns, dominated Buena Park in a 33-13 nonleague victory Friday at Buena Park. The Colonists (2-3) outgained the Coyotes (1-4) on the ground, 184 to 136 yards. "After studying Buena Park films, we thought we would stick with the run, which worked very well," said first-year Anaheim Coach Raul Victores. "This was our best offensive game yet. Maybe the kids are starting to gel. We'll find out next week against Valencia."
SPORTS
October 19, 1990 | STEVE KRESAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Senior Robert Jones rushed for a season-high 229 yards in 23 carries to lead Anaheim High School to a 17-0 victory over Western in an Orange League game Thursday at Western High. Jones was the front man in an Anaheim ground game that piled up 344 yards and two touchdowns. Anaheim's first score was all Jones and the offensive line. Gil Brito's 39-yard punt pinned Anaheim on its five-yard line with about seven minutes left in the first quarter.
SPORTS
September 7, 1991
1990 RECORDS OVERALL LEAGUE 4-6 2-3 COACH RECORD AT SCHOOL Raul Victores 8-12 RETURNING STARTERS OFF DEF 6 4 TOP RETURNERS OFF DEF YR Allen Akau, 6-1, 190 TE LB Sr. Tony Brooklier, 6-0, 170 WR -- Sr. Julian Buzila, 5-11, 185 RB LB Jr. Phil Covarrubias, 5-11, 165 QB -- Jr. Brian Diaz, 5-9, 200 RB LB Jr. Che Garcia, 5-6, 135 RB LB Jr. James Howard, 6-2, 225 OT DT Sr. Johnny Ramires, 6-1, 190 OG NT Jr. Marc Zavala, 6-2, 190 WR LB Sr. TOP NEWCOMER OFF DEF YR Mario Bonales, 5-8, 215 OG NT Jr.
SPORTS
September 2, 1989 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, Times Staff Writer
Valencia High School has won or shared six consecutive Orange League championships. And there's no reason to think this season will be any different. The Tigers again are favored to win the league title, according to the league's coaches. Tradition is certainly on their side. In addition to the six consecutive league titles, Valencia has been to three consecutive Southern Section championship games. The Tigers are 32-4-2 with two of the losses coming in championship games.
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September 23, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
Can you Say Iemsisanith? Not many can, so before we talk about Say Iemsisanith, Anaheim High School's outstanding outside linebacker, senior class president and all-around good guy, let's get his name right: Say E-em-see-san-ith. E-em-see-san-ith. E-em-see-san-ith. OK, on with the particulars. Iemsisanith is a 5-foot-9, 155-pound native of Laos whose first name, Saykham (Say for short), means "chain of gold."
NEWS
November 21, 1991 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For years, youngsters from every socioeconomic condition--especially minorities--have been encouraged by their parents and other role models to participate in sports to escape involvement with drugs and gangs. Ironically, gang activity has affected recent football games at some Southland high schools, where shoot-outs near stadiums have injured spectators and caused fear. One such incident occurred at Jackie Robinson Stadium, near Dorsey High School in southwest Los Angeles.
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October 28, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
You never know about Aaron Gutridge, Tustin High School's surprise-a-minute linebacker. One moment he's a super- charged competitor, and the next, he's a pious lad, deep in prayer. Whatever he does, though, you can be sure he will be thankful for the opportunity. Last April, Gutridge and five teammates were driving home from a late night visit to Tijuana. Gutridge fell asleep at the wheel and their small pickup truck hit the center divider and flipped three times on Interstate 5 near Encinitas.
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September 7, 1991 | MIKE REILLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Brea-Olinda High's football team ended Valencia's seven-year stranglehold on the Orange League championship last year, a fact that worries Wildcat Coach Jon Looney. "The good news is that we're defending league champions," he said. "The bad news is that we beat Valencia (23-21) and they aren't too happy about it." And it's not a good idea to tick off the Tigers--especially this season.
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