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June 18, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
"Hart of Dixie" star Cress Williams has tied the knot with girlfriend Kristen Torrianni. The actor, 42, who plays beloved football-star-turned-Bluebell Mayor Lavon Hayes in the CW series, wed the actress on the island of Kauai on May 21 and had a formal wedding reeption in Los Angeles on Saturday, according to his rep.  "The wedding was an intimate affair on the beach, with the bride's and groom's parents and Cress' daughter in attendance," Williams'...
November 16, 1990 | MAL FLORENCE
Sean LaChapelle, Reggie Moore and Scott Miller all are members of the "30-500" club, meaning each has caught at least 30 passes for 500 or more yards. This is the only season other than 1982 in which three Bruin receivers have reached this plateau. LaChapelle has 35 catches for 535 yards, Moore 33 for 549 and Miller 30 for 548. Miller, who missed the first three games with a broken collarbone, has a team-high seven touchdown catches.
September 20, 1990 | MAL FLORENCE
When quarterback Tommy Maddox threw a 34-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Reggie Moore in the third quarter of Saturday's game against Stanford, it was the Bruins' first second-half touchdown pass since their game against California on Sept. 30, 1989. Moreover, it was also UCLA's first second-half touchdown of any kind since the Oregon State game on Oct. 21, 1989. By getting 32 points against Stanford, UCLA stretched its NCAA-record scoring streak to 218 games.
September 12, 1991 | MAL FLORENCE
With the loss of wide receivers Scott Miller and Reggie Moore, UCLA Coach Terry Donahue was concerned at the start of the season about the experience of his receiving corps. Sean LaChapelle was the only returning receiver who played regularly last year. So Donahue was pleased with the performance of Paul Richardson against Brigham Young. A senior who was hampered by injuries last season, Richardson caught six passes for 87 yards Saturday night in the 27-23 victory at the Rose Bowl.
October 24, 1987 | Bob Green
University 14, Poly 0 KEY PLAYS University's Reynaldo Woodard scooped up a fumble at Poly's 31-yard line and returned it for a touchdown in the second quarter for a 14-0 lead. . . . The University defense held Poly to 162 yards in total offense, forced 2 turnovers and blocked a field goal. . . . Quarterback Craig Perry hit Brian Townsley with a 10-yard pass for a touchdown in the first quarter to complete a 33-yard drive. University benefited from a 21-yard Poly punt. . . .
August 26, 1990 | MAL FLORENCE
UCLA Coach Terry Donahue said there were more positive than negative aspects of a 76-play, game-type scrimmage Saturday at the Rose Bowl. "I'm also happy that there were no major injuries," Donahue said. "We've got a lot of players nicked up." Quarterbacks Jim Bonds and Tommy Maddox got most of the work in the scrimmage as Donahue constantly alternated his players. Flanker Reggie Moore made a diving catch of a 15-yard pass from Maddox for one touchdown. Bonds, who was named the No.
November 8, 1989
Passing the buck: Freshman quarterback Bret Johnson, who completed six of 15 passes for 101 yards and a touchdown last Saturday in a 17-14 loss to Stanford, should not be blamed for the Bruins' lack of a consistent passing attack, Coach Terry Donahue said. So, what's wrong with the Bruins, who rank ninth in the Pacific 10 Conference in passing offense? Said Donahue: "If you were taking a multiple-choice test and the guy had a box that said, 'All of the above,' you'd check, 'All of the above.'
August 25, 1993 | JOHN WEYLER
Defensive tackle Mike Piel, a third-round pick in 1988 who played at El Toro High, was one of 13 players the Rams released to reach Tuesday's 60-player roster limit. Piel, plagued by injuries during his first four seasons, played in 15 games last year and started five. He had 22 tackles and three sacks.
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