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June 27, 1990 | JOHN LYNCH
Reed McMackin, who helped lead Chatsworth High to a City Section baseball title this year, signed a national letter of intent Tuesday with USC. McMackin accepted a partial scholarship, choosing USC over UC Riverside and Arizona. The 6-foot-1, 190-pound right-hander also played first base at Chatsworth but will concentrate on pitching at USC. A visit to the USC campus this month pushed McMackin into the Trojan camp, he said.
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June 27, 1990 | JOHN LYNCH
Reed McMackin, who helped lead Chatsworth High to a City Section baseball title this year, signed a national letter of intent Tuesday with USC. McMackin accepted a partial scholarship, choosing USC over UC Riverside and Arizona. The 6-foot-1, 190-pound right-hander also played first base at Chatsworth but will concentrate on pitching at USC. A visit to the USC campus this month pushed McMackin into the Trojan camp, he said.
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April 12, 1989 | STEVE ELLING
Two members of the McMackin family have played baseball at Chatsworth High, specializing in wrecking things for other teams. Rex, a 1988 graduate, is playing at Arizona State after blasting his way through two superlative seasons for the Chancellors. Rex's younger brother, Reed, the second of four McMackin offspring, has picked up where Rex left off and has even done his older brother one better by pitching. Reed, a junior right-hander, pitched a four-hitter in Chatsworth's 14-1 win over Sylmar in the championship game of the Holt-Goodman baseball tournament Tuesday at Birmingham High.
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May 27, 1989 | JOHN LYNCH, Times Staff Writer
What's all this talk about the strike and coaches' boycott being a detriment? Don't tell that to the members of the Chatsworth High pitching staff. As they see it, the two-week layoff is the best thing to happen to them. In the first day of action among City Section 4-A Division teams since May 11 because of a coaches' boycott stemming from the strike against the Los Angeles Unified School District, Chatsworth rolled a seven in the first inning and kept rolling to a 9-1 win over Gardena on Friday at Chatsworth.
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May 27, 1989 | JOHN LYNCH, Times Staff Writer
What's all this talk about the strike and coaches' boycott being a detriment? Don't tell that to the members of the Chatsworth High pitching staff. As they see it, the two-week layoff is the best thing to happen to them. In the first day of action among City Section 4-A Division teams since May 11 because of a coaches' boycott stemming from the strike against the Los Angeles Unified School District, Chatsworth rolled a seven in the first inning and kept rolling to a 9-1 win over Gardena on Friday at Chatsworth.
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May 6, 1989 | STEVE ELLING, Times Staff Writer
Perhaps it was a convenient case of collective memory loss for a Kennedy High team that has certainly played better. The final score didn't seem to stick in the players' minds. And, neither did the play of the defense. Or pitching. So what was the final tally? "I don't know and I don't care," shortstop Gino Tagliaferri said. "As long as we got that W." Any other guesses? What about management? "I don't know," Coach Manny Alvarado admitted. "All I knew was how much of a pad, or not a pad, we had every inning."
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April 21, 1989
Reed McMackin probably would be the No. 1 starting pitcher for most high school teams. But with Chatsworth teammate Derek Wallace, a senior, undefeated in eight starts, McMackin, a junior, is decidedly second. He is also undefeated in seven starts. McMackin scattered 10 hits and struck out nine as the Chancellors defeated Cleveland, 5-4, Thursday in a Northwest Valley Conference game at Chatsworth. The win was Chatsworth's 16th in a row and 42nd in the past 46 games. McMackin (7-0)
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April 28, 1989 | STEVE ELLING, Times Staff Writer
Hector De La Cruz went cruising last Saturday night. His plans for the evening included a stop at a local drive-in movie theater, but first, the San Fernando High left-hander took a drive past Chatsworth's revamped baseball field. De La Cruz wanted to get a closer look at Chatsworth's new left-field fence, which is only eight feet high and 310 feet down the line from home plate--half the height of the original fence and five feet closer. "I had to see what it looked like," said De La Cruz, who knew he was scheduled to pitch against Chatsworth on Thursday.
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June 12, 1990
Reed McMackin of Chatsworth High and Pat Treend of El Camino Real, who matched up in the City Section final, have been named co-winners of the 4-A Division Player of the Year award, sponsored by the First Interstate Bank Amateur Athletic Foundation.
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June 14, 1990
VALLEY AREA Name School Position Year / Stat Tom Meusborn Chatsworth Coach of Year 1st / 24-5-1 Pat Treend El Camino Real Player of Yr Sr. / 12-1 Andrew Lorraine Hart Pitcher of Year Sr. / 9-0/0.91 ERA Joey Rosselli Alemany Pitcher Sr. / 7-3 Record Reed McMackin Chatsworth Pitcher Sr. / 12-2 Record J.B. Johnson Saugus Catcher Sr. / .444 Avg. Kendial Armstrong Quartz Hill Infielder Sr. / .420 Avg. Benji Belfield Taft Infielder Sr. / .423 Avg. Keyaan Cook Montclair Prep Infielder Sr. / .537 Avg.
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May 6, 1989 | STEVE ELLING, Times Staff Writer
Perhaps it was a convenient case of collective memory loss for a Kennedy High team that has certainly played better. The final score didn't seem to stick in the players' minds. And, neither did the play of the defense. Or pitching. So what was the final tally? "I don't know and I don't care," shortstop Gino Tagliaferri said. "As long as we got that W." Any other guesses? What about management? "I don't know," Coach Manny Alvarado admitted. "All I knew was how much of a pad, or not a pad, we had every inning."
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April 28, 1989 | STEVE ELLING, Times Staff Writer
Hector De La Cruz went cruising last Saturday night. His plans for the evening included a stop at a local drive-in movie theater, but first, the San Fernando High left-hander took a drive past Chatsworth's revamped baseball field. De La Cruz wanted to get a closer look at Chatsworth's new left-field fence, which is only eight feet high and 310 feet down the line from home plate--half the height of the original fence and five feet closer. "I had to see what it looked like," said De La Cruz, who knew he was scheduled to pitch against Chatsworth on Thursday.
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April 21, 1989
Reed McMackin probably would be the No. 1 starting pitcher for most high school teams. But with Chatsworth teammate Derek Wallace, a senior, undefeated in eight starts, McMackin, a junior, is decidedly second. He is also undefeated in seven starts. McMackin scattered 10 hits and struck out nine as the Chancellors defeated Cleveland, 5-4, Thursday in a Northwest Valley Conference game at Chatsworth. The win was Chatsworth's 16th in a row and 42nd in the past 46 games. McMackin (7-0)
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April 12, 1989 | STEVE ELLING
Two members of the McMackin family have played baseball at Chatsworth High, specializing in wrecking things for other teams. Rex, a 1988 graduate, is playing at Arizona State after blasting his way through two superlative seasons for the Chancellors. Rex's younger brother, Reed, the second of four McMackin offspring, has picked up where Rex left off and has even done his older brother one better by pitching. Reed, a junior right-hander, pitched a four-hitter in Chatsworth's 14-1 win over Sylmar in the championship game of the Holt-Goodman baseball tournament Tuesday at Birmingham High.
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August 10, 1990 | STEVE ELLING
Jason Cohen, an outfielder for El Camino Real High who also helped lead Woodland Hills West to the American Legion state baseball title this week, has orally committed to play next season at USC as a recruited non-scholarship player. Cohen, 6-foot-1, 185 pounds, committed Thursday afternoon after meeting with USC Coach Mike Gillespie. As a senior left fielder at El Camino Real, Cohen batted .367 and drove in 23 runs last spring. He batted .
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March 28, 1990 | ERIC SHEPARD
Chatsworth High's Reed McMackin put his team in a bind Tuesday when he walked San Fernando's first seven batters. McMackin (3-2) was removed after the seventh walk and San Fernando went on to score six runs in the inning en route to an easy, 9-2 Northwest Valley Conference victory at Chatsworth. The game was called after six innings because of darkness.
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