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March 8, 1991 | SCOTT MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The University of New Mexico basketball team has won 20 or more games in each of the past four seasons and still has managed to be overlooked come NCAA tournament time. Now, thanks to a gutsy Hawaii team, the 20-victory Lobos likely will watch the announcement of the NCAA tournament bids Sunday and be ignored again. Ray Reed hit twisting jumper from three-point territory at the top of the key with 34 seconds left to give sixth-seeded Hawaii a 68-67 victory over No.
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March 15, 2003 | Mike Bresnahan, Times Staff Writer
Ray Reed knows the area well. 63rd Street near Hyde Park Boulevard. He wasn't there on a fateful night more than a decade ago, but he was 5 years old when his father was murdered at the location. "He got into an argument with some guy and the guy took it to another level and gunned him down," Reed said. "I remember the funeral as if it was yesterday. Even though I was so young, it was something I didn't forget." On Reed's right shoulder is a tattoo that reads, "R.I.P. Dad. Heaven is God's gift."
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March 1, 2003 | Ben Bolch, Paul McLeod, Eric Sondheimer, Peter Yoon, John Ortega, From Staff Reports
Inglewood guard Ray Reed made five of six free throws in the final 53 seconds to secure the Sentinels' 70-64 upset of top-seeded San Bernardino San Gorgonio on Friday in a Southern Section Division II-AA quarterfinal boys' basketball game at Inglewood. Reed punctuated his 25-point performance afterward by stomping on a poster bearing San Gorgonio guard Kevin Houston's name that had been taken from the Spartan cheering section.
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March 1, 2003 | Ben Bolch, Paul McLeod, Eric Sondheimer, Peter Yoon, John Ortega, From Staff Reports
Inglewood guard Ray Reed made five of six free throws in the final 53 seconds to secure the Sentinels' 70-64 upset of top-seeded San Bernardino San Gorgonio on Friday in a Southern Section Division II-AA quarterfinal boys' basketball game at Inglewood. Reed punctuated his 25-point performance afterward by stomping on a poster bearing San Gorgonio guard Kevin Houston's name that had been taken from the Spartan cheering section.
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March 15, 2003 | Mike Bresnahan, Times Staff Writer
Ray Reed knows the area well. 63rd Street near Hyde Park Boulevard. He wasn't there on a fateful night more than a decade ago, but he was 5 years old when his father was murdered at the location. "He got into an argument with some guy and the guy took it to another level and gunned him down," Reed said. "I remember the funeral as if it was yesterday. Even though I was so young, it was something I didn't forget." On Reed's right shoulder is a tattoo that reads, "R.I.P. Dad. Heaven is God's gift."
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November 28, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Rodney Stuckey scored 27 points Monday night as Eastern Washington overcame an early deficit to outlast Cal State Fullerton, 110-100, in a nonconference game. In a contest that featured 14 lead changes and 52 turnovers, Paul Butorac added 19 points and 10 rebounds for the Eagles (3-3), who rallied from 15 down in the first half to hand the Titans (4-1) their first loss. Bobby Brown and Ray Reed each scored 20 points for the Titans, who shot 53% from the field.
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January 1, 1991 | Associated Press
Ray Reed scored 35 points, 24 in the second half, as the Hawaii upset No. 11-ranked Pittsburgh, 84-82, in the championship game of the Rainbow Classic Sunday night. Reed scored seven points during a 9-0 run by Hawaii that erased a 54-49 Pittsburgh lead. He completed a three-point play with 13:29 left to give Hawaii a 56-54 lead that it never lost. Reed hit 12 of 25 from the field and 10 of 11 from the free-throw line for Hawaii (8-3). Brian Shorter led the Pittsburgh (11-2) with 16 points.
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March 13, 2007 | From a Times Staff Writer
A Pacifica man who was visiting the Palm Desert area apparently fell to his death during a hike Sunday morning. The family of Baron Ray Reed, 59, called the Riverside County Sheriff's Department after he did not return from a hike in Carrizo Canyon, west of Vista Point on California 74, authorities said. A California Highway Patrol helicopter crew spotted the body in a ravine about an hour and 15 minutes after the initial call. Reed appeared to have fallen off a cliff, coroner's officials said.
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March 16, 2003 | Mike Bresnahan
Santa Ana Mater Dei shook off a slow start and kept alive its quest for a fifth state championship with an 88-54 victory over Inglewood in the Southern California Regional Division II boys' basketball championship game Saturday at Long Beach Arena. Wesley Washington scored 19 points and the Monarchs (34-2) helped brush away bad memories of a stunning loss in the last year's regional final against Riverside King.
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September 20, 2001 | Eric Sondheimer
College basketball coaches are traveling to California this month to evaluate high school prospects, but it's not the senior class or big men gaining the most interest. California is home to five outstanding junior point guards in boys' basketball--Khalif Ford of Diamond Bar, Ray Reed of Inglewood, Ayinde Ubaka of Oakland, Shaun Davis of San Diego Lincoln and Marcus Williams of Los Angeles Crenshaw. All are expected to land NCAA Division I scholarships .... In girls' basketball, the No.
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March 8, 1991 | SCOTT MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The University of New Mexico basketball team has won 20 or more games in each of the past four seasons and still has managed to be overlooked come NCAA tournament time. Now, thanks to a gutsy Hawaii team, the 20-victory Lobos likely will watch the announcement of the NCAA tournament bids Sunday and be ignored again. Ray Reed hit twisting jumper from three-point territory at the top of the key with 34 seconds left to give sixth-seeded Hawaii a 68-67 victory over No.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 10, 1992 | LEONARD FEATHER
The final concert in Diane Varga's series of big-band nights at the Moonlight Tango in Sherman Oaks was conducted by pianist-arranger Tom Garvin under unexpectedly tragic conditions. During the first set Garvin announced that Varga, who has done so much to promote jazz in the Southland, lay mortally ill at a North Hollywood hospital. Dedicating the set to her, he played a series of his own charts, including several well-crafted originals. Varga died Wednesday morning.
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December 31, 1990 | From Associated Press
Troy Bowe's free throw with 1:28 to play snapped an 82-82 tie as Hawaii stunned No. 11 Pittsburgh, 84-82, Sunday to win the Rainbow Classic for the first time in 17 years. Bowe hit another free throw with six seconds left to close out the scoring. Pittsburgh's Brian Shorter tried to get off a 15-foot jumper as time expired, but Tim Shepherd stripped the ball from him. Ray Reed scored 24 of his 35 points in the second half to lead Hawaii (8-3).
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