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July 10, 1994 | CHARLES SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For the past two years, Reggie McFerren has lived in the shadows of basketball giants. McFerren has quietly played in the background at Crenshaw High, seeing his efforts dwarfed by more popular teammates, Kris Johnson and Tremaine Fowlkes. This is unfortunate for the kid they call "Reg" because all three helped reassert the Cougars' dominance.
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July 10, 1994 | CHARLES SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For the past two years, Reggie McFerren has lived in the shadows of basketball giants. McFerren has quietly played in the background at Crenshaw High, seeing his efforts dwarfed by more popular teammates, Kris Johnson and Tremaine Fowlkes. This is unfortunate for the kid they call "Reg" because all three helped reassert the Cougars' dominance.
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NEWS
March 20, 1994 | SEAN WATERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Big Bus was making its last stop in Oakland on Saturday. It was the end of the line for seniors Kristaan Johnson, Tremaine Fowlkes, Reggie McFerren and Tommie Davis, probably the most publicized passengers ever to ride to Crenshaw High. Their transfers expired after the Cougars (28-2) played Carmichael Jesuit (31-6) in the CIF State Division I basketball finals Saturday at the Oakland Coliseum. It was a rematch of last season's title game, which the Cougars won 73-66.
NEWS
March 20, 1994 | SEAN WATERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Big Bus was making its last stop in Oakland on Saturday. It was the end of the line for seniors Kristaan Johnson, Tremaine Fowlkes, Reggie McFerren and Tommie Davis, probably the most publicized passengers ever to ride to Crenshaw High. Their transfers expired after the Cougars (28-2) played Carmichael Jesuit (31-6) in the CIF State Division I basketball finals Saturday at the Oakland Coliseum. It was a rematch of last season's title game, which the Cougars won 73-66.
SPORTS
March 12, 1994 | CHRIS FOSTER
Where--Anaheim Arena. Crenshaw (27-2)--It's hard to find a weakness with the Cougars, who have won 17 consecutive games. Four starters are back from last season's team, which won the State Division I title. Crenshaw, ranked fifth in the nation by USA Today, averages 98 points and has scored more than 120 points six times. Kristaan Johnson, son of Marques Johnson, Tremaine Fowlkes and Reggie McFerren all average about 20 points, but the Cougars don't rely on those three players.
SPORTS
March 18, 1999 | From Staff Reports
The Master's College withstood a second-half charge by Georgia Southwestern State and held on for an 84-75 upset over the fifth-seeded Hurricanes on Wednesday in the first round of the 62nd NAIA Division I men's basketball tournament at Reynolds Center. Unseeded Master's (22-12) led by 16 points in the first half before Georgia Southwestern rallied behind Ernest Scott, who scored 32 points.
SPORTS
December 13, 1992 | TOM SHERIDAN
Reggie McFerren scored seven points in overtime to lead Los Angeles Crenshaw to a 76-70 victory over Capistrano Valley in the championship game of the Coca-Cola/Converse tournament Saturday night at Capistrano Valley High. Tournament most valuable player Kristaan Johnson hit a three-pointer with one second to play in regulation for Crenshaw to send the game into overtime. Crenshaw (6-1) rallied from an 11-point deficit in the final four minutes of regulation.
NEWS
February 27, 1994 | LATEEL FRIERSON
Roosevelt 52, Reseda 49--With its two Division I recruits nursing injuries on the bench, Reseda made three mistakes in the game's final six seconds, losing to the visiting Roughriders, 52-49, in a City 3-A quarterfinal playoff game Friday at Birmingham High. Mario Hernandez led Roosevelt with 20 points. Verbum Dei 82, St. Monica 51--Forward Andre Smith scored a game-high 21 points to lead Verbum Dei in a Southern Section 4-A quarterfinal game Friday at Santa Monica High School.
SPORTS
January 24, 1999
Cal State Northridge could not overcome a 34% first-half shooting performance and lost to Weber State, 74-63, in a Big Sky Conference women's basketball game on Saturday night at Ogden, Utah. Northridge made 10 of 29 shots in the first half and 22 of 54 in the game. Edniesha Curry scored 19 points for the Matadors (12-6, 6-2 in Big Sky play). Shelley Olson and Sarah Sonveau each had 12 points for Weber State (7-10, 6-2) and Joan Lagford scored 11.
SPORTS
March 19, 1999 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Master's College made 31% of its shots in the first half and never recovered Thursday in a 79-66 loss to Oklahoma Baptist in a second-round game of the NAIA Division I national men's basketball tournament in Tulsa, Okla. The unseeded Mustangs (22-13) made only 11 of 36 shots in the first and finished 24 of 67 (35.8%) from the field in the game. Joey Penberthy scored 18 points, but hit only six of 17 shots, including two of six from three-point range.
NEWS
January 15, 1995 | SEAN WATERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
During the previous two basketball seasons, Ronnie Arch of Crenshaw High has been a role player overshadowed by his more noted teammates Tremaine Fowlkes, Kristaan Johnson and Reggie McFerren, who have since graduated. Now that Arch is a senior and the Cougars' team leader, he is discovering the pros and cons of being in the spotlight.
SPORTS
March 2, 1994
Three players scored at least 20 points for second-ranked Crenshaw Tuesday in a 96-77 victory over 12th-ranked Fremont in a CIF City Section Division 4-A semifinal game at Cal State Dominguez Hills. Kristaan Johnson, a senior forward, scored 24 points; Tremaine Fowlkes, a senior forward, scored 23, and Reggie McFerren, a senior guard, scored 20 for Crenshaw (24-2).
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