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March 6, 1989 | KEVIN RODERICK, Times Staff Writer
One midnight last month, thieves invaded the Record Rancho dairy in San Jacinto in search of liquid treasure that is far more valuable, drop for drop, than the richest milk and easier to dispose of than rustled cows. Inside a steel tank, bathed in liquid nitrogen, the burglars found what they wanted--Vince Record's supply of frozen bull semen.
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March 31, 2004 | Kevin Pang, Times Staff Writer
A mountain lion's 3 a.m. sojourn near a high school in Rancho Santa Margarita was caught on a security video last week, but city and wildlife officials said there is no cause for concern. "We expect mountain lions in the area, and mountain lions will be in the area," said Steve Edinger, a spokesman for the California Department of Fish and Game. "There's not necessarily a lot of concern." A camera installed by the Dove Canyon Homeowners Assn.
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SPORTS
March 19, 1988
Don Sneddon can become the winningest baseball coach in Rancho Santiago College history when the Dons play host to Riverside today at noon in an Orange Empire Conference game. Sneddon is tied with Roger Wilson at 186 victories. Sneddon, in his seventh season, has a record of 186-64-1. Wilson, who is now the Rancho Santiago athletic director, had a record of 186-217-6 from 1961 to 1974.
SPORTS
December 14, 1990
Brett Pagett set a single-game record for Rancho Santiago College with seven three-pointers in a 99-75 victory over Moorpark in the semifinals of the Pasadena Tournament Thursday. Pagett was seven of nine from three-point range and nine of 11 overall. He surpassed the record of six, which was set by Kenny Ammann (1988) and Gene Altamirano, who did it twice last season. Pagett also had six assists.
SPORTS
December 14, 1990
Brett Pagett set a single-game record for Rancho Santiago College with seven three-pointers in a 99-75 victory over Moorpark in the semifinals of the Pasadena Tournament Thursday. Pagett was seven of nine from three-point range and nine of 11 overall. He surpassed the record of six, which was set by Kenny Ammann (1988) and Gene Altamirano, who did it twice last season. Pagett also had six assists.
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March 31, 2004 | Kevin Pang, Times Staff Writer
A mountain lion's 3 a.m. sojourn near a high school in Rancho Santa Margarita was caught on a security video last week, but city and wildlife officials said there is no cause for concern. "We expect mountain lions in the area, and mountain lions will be in the area," said Steve Edinger, a spokesman for the California Department of Fish and Game. "There's not necessarily a lot of concern." A camera installed by the Dove Canyon Homeowners Assn.
SPORTS
April 4, 1987
Jim Reach, who coached the Rancho Santiago softball team to the state title the last two seasons, Friday announced his resignation, effective at the end of this season. Reach, 47, who is in his sixth season of coaching the softball team, has a 172-49 record. Rancho Santiago is 17-7 overall this season and is 10-2 in the Orange Empire Conference, tied for first place with Saddleback. Reach said he plans to take some time off and travel and work on a book about working with female athletes.
SPORTS
October 24, 1989
Pos. School (League) Record 1. Rancho Buena Vista (Palomar) 4-3 2. Chula Visa (Metro) 6-0-1 3. Point Loma (City Eastern) 4-3 4. El Camino (Avocado) 6-1 5. Morse (City Eastern) 4-3 6. Grossmont (Grossmont 2-A) 6-0-1 7. Helix (Grossmont 3-A) 4-1-1 8. Lincoln (City Central) 5-2 9. San Pasqual (Avocado) 6-1 10. Mira Mesa (City Eastern) 5-2 Others Receiving Votes: Kearny (City Western), Orange Glen (Palomar), Southwest (Metro).
SPORTS
September 19, 1989
Pos. School (League) Record 1. Rancho Buena Vista (Palomar) 2-0 2. Lincoln (City Central) 3-0 3. Morse (City Eastern) 1-2 4. Helix (Grossmont 3-A) 2-0 5. Chula Vista (Metro) 2-0 6. Mira Mesa (City Eastern) 2-0 7. San Dieguito (Palomar) 2-0 8. Grossmont (Grossmont 2-A) 2-0 9. El Camino (Avocado) 1-1 10. Point Loma (City Eastern) 0-2 Others Receiving Votes: San Pasqual (Avocado).
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November 27, 2007 | From Times Staff Reports
Because of problems with medical documentation, a national healthcare accrediting body has downgraded Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center to provisional accreditation status, effective Nov. 13. The Downey public hospital, run by Los Angeles County, did not meet national standards for avoiding the use of unapproved abbreviations in medical documents. National regulators require a 90% compliance rate for such record-keeping; Rancho officials reported a 77% rate.
NEWS
March 6, 1989 | KEVIN RODERICK, Times Staff Writer
One midnight last month, thieves invaded the Record Rancho dairy in San Jacinto in search of liquid treasure that is far more valuable, drop for drop, than the richest milk and easier to dispose of than rustled cows. Inside a steel tank, bathed in liquid nitrogen, the burglars found what they wanted--Vince Record's supply of frozen bull semen.
SPORTS
March 19, 1988
Don Sneddon can become the winningest baseball coach in Rancho Santiago College history when the Dons play host to Riverside today at noon in an Orange Empire Conference game. Sneddon is tied with Roger Wilson at 186 victories. Sneddon, in his seventh season, has a record of 186-64-1. Wilson, who is now the Rancho Santiago athletic director, had a record of 186-217-6 from 1961 to 1974.
SPORTS
November 7, 1989
TOP TEN Pos. School (League) Record 1. Rancho Buena Vista (Palomar) 6-3 2. Chula Visa (Metro) 8-0-1 3. Point Loma (City Eastern) 6-3 4. El Camino (Avocado) 8-1 5. Morse (City Eastern) 6-3 6. Grossmont (Grossmont 2-A) 8-0-1 7. Helix (Grossmont 3-A) 5-1-1 8. Lincoln (City Central) 7-2 9. San Pasqual (Avocado) 8-1 10. Kearny (City Western) 8-1 Others Receiving Votes: Mira Mesa (City Eastern), Southwest (Metro).
SPORTS
May 26, 1986
Rancho Santiago College defeated Palomar, 2-0, at Napa College Sunday to win the state community college softball championship for the second straight season. Sophomore pitcher Kim Martin, who did not allow an earned run in the tournament, threw a one-hitter. She finished with a 26-2 record and was named the tournament's most valuable pitcher. Her 26 victories are a school record.
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