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August 7, 1987
Nose tackle Reggie Kinlaw of the Seattle Seahawks announced his retirement after eight seasons in the National Football League.
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January 16, 1999 | ERIC SONDHEIMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One by one, the transfers checked in at Alemany High last summer, leaving soft-spoken junior guard Reny Maynard with a choice. He could settle for becoming a bench-warmer or accept the challenge of competition and try to get better. Maynard spent countless hours shooting jump shots with his father. He listened and learned from new Coach Darryl McDonald. And he refused to let the five transfers push him aside.
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January 16, 1999 | ERIC SONDHEIMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One by one, the transfers checked in at Alemany High last summer, leaving soft-spoken junior guard Reny Maynard with a choice. He could settle for becoming a bench-warmer or accept the challenge of competition and try to get better. Maynard spent countless hours shooting jump shots with his father. He listened and learned from new Coach Darryl McDonald. And he refused to let the five transfers push him aside.
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April 1, 1989 | MARK HEISLER, Times Staff Writer
The Raiders found one of the missing pieces in the puzzle of their defense . . . but lost one from their offense Friday, as the signing period for unrestricted free agents moved into its final hours. From the Cleveland Browns, they signed Bob Golic, the 31-year-old, three-time Pro Bowl nose tackle they've been looking for since the departure of Reggie Kinlaw in 1985. To the San Diego Chargers, they lost tight end Andy Parker, the starter last season after Todd Christensen was hurt.
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April 1, 1989 | MARK HEISLER, Times Staff Writer
The Raiders found one of the missing pieces in the puzzle of their defense . . . but lost one from their offense Friday, as the signing period for unrestricted free agents moved into its final hours. From the Cleveland Browns, they signed Bob Golic, the 31-year-old, three-time Pro Bowl nose tackle they've been looking for since the departure of Reggie Kinlaw in 1985. To the San Diego Chargers, they lost tight end Andy Parker, the starter last season after Todd Christensen was hurt.
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April 1, 1999 | From Staff Reports
Omelogo Udeze of Harvard-Westlake High has been selected Southern Section Division III girls' basketball player of the year, and Nick Jones and B.J. Ward of Santa Clara were selected Division V boys' co-players of the year. Udeze, The Times' Valley player of the year, led Harvard-Westlake to the state Division III final. Jones and Ward paced the Saints to the Division V state title.
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December 15, 1998 | DAVE DESMOND
For the record, Alemany High won its first game in five tries. But to the Indians, their 66-48 victory over Littlerock in the first round of the Valencia tournament Monday was merely a season opener, leaving them undefeated entering a quarterfinal game Wednesday against Birmingham. "Remember, we're 1-0, not 1-4," first-year Coach Darryl McDonald said. Two weeks ago, Alemany lost four games in the Saugus tournament by a combined 87 points.
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September 18, 1998 | WAYNE BOUFFARD
Burbank High got a big taste of what might have been Thursday night, as quarterback Casey Clausen completed eight of 11 passes for 224 yards and five touchdowns--all in the first half--for visiting Alemany in a 68-6 romp over the Bulldogs at Burroughs High. Clausen's father, Jim Clausen, was briefly co-head coach at Burbank (1-1) with John Hazelton before the 1994 season.
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August 7, 1987
Nose tackle Reggie Kinlaw of the Seattle Seahawks announced his retirement after eight seasons in the National Football League.
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September 26, 1998 | GREG ANAPOL
Alemany High relied on big plays Friday night to remain unbeaten. Defensive back Bryson Atkins scored on a 36-yard interception return on the game's third play from scrimmage, and the Indians weathered a sluggish first half to defeat Torrance, 27-13, in a nonleague game at Alemany. After Torrance (0-3) took a 13-7 lead in the second quarter, Deon Scott returned the kickoff 97 yards for a game-tying touchdown. Alemany (3-0) led, 19-13, at halftime despite recording only two first downs.
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