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September 3, 1994 | JASON H. REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Reuben Droughns thought the feelings of self-doubt were gone, but the troubling questions rushed back into him like a blitzing linebacker as he stared nervously at the Glover Stadium stands on opening night last season. Within minutes, Droughns, a sophomore, would debut as Anaheim High's starting tailback. But as Droughns watched the stadium fill, he wondered, "What am I doing here?" "I didn't know what to expect," he said. "I could have been taken out at any time.
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September 3, 1994 | JASON H. REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Reuben Droughns thought the feelings of self-doubt were gone, but the troubling questions rushed back into him like a blitzing linebacker as he stared nervously at the Glover Stadium stands on opening night last season. Within minutes, Droughns, a sophomore, would debut as Anaheim High's starting tailback. But as Droughns watched the stadium fill, he wondered, "What am I doing here?" "I didn't know what to expect," he said. "I could have been taken out at any time.
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November 23, 1993
Anaheim, So. Football / Running back Droughns, the county's regular-season rushing leader with 1,663 yards, further separated himself from the pack Friday by gaining 361 yards and scoring four touchdowns in 26 carries in a 34-32 victory over El Monte Arroyo. It was the second-best rushing performance in county history, behind Dana Hills' Jim Gleed, who rushed for 418 in 1979 against Laguna Hills.
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November 23, 1993
Anaheim, So. Football / Running back Droughns, the county's regular-season rushing leader with 1,663 yards, further separated himself from the pack Friday by gaining 361 yards and scoring four touchdowns in 26 carries in a 34-32 victory over El Monte Arroyo. It was the second-best rushing performance in county history, behind Dana Hills' Jim Gleed, who rushed for 418 in 1979 against Laguna Hills.
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