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February 5, 1990 | DONNA CARTER
If you watch basketball on television, it won't take long before you see some coach throwing a tantrum, a clipboard or, in rare instances, a chair. Although some players are attacking each other and the officials, and some rooting sections are jabbing and jeering instead of cheering, it's nice to know that most high school principals, coaches and players still know the meaning of sportsmanship. One recent example involved Santa Margarita High School Coach Rich Schaaf.
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February 5, 1990 | DONNA CARTER
If you watch basketball on television, it won't take long before you see some coach throwing a tantrum, a clipboard or, in rare instances, a chair. Although some players are attacking each other and the officials, and some rooting sections are jabbing and jeering instead of cheering, it's nice to know that most high school principals, coaches and players still know the meaning of sportsmanship. One recent example involved Santa Margarita High School Coach Rich Schaaf.
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SPORTS
October 24, 1992
Brian Campbell has been named varsity wrestling coach at Santa Margarita High School, said Rich Schaaf, the school's athletic director. Campbell, 32, previously coached at Woodbridge and has spent the last three years in private business. He will be a walk-on coach at Santa Margarita.
SPORTS
March 26, 1992
Mario Cuevas, the walk-on boys' soccer coach at Santa Margarita High School the past four years, has resigned for personal reasons, according to Athletic Director Rich Schaaf. Under Cuevas, Santa Margarita won the Angelus League title in 1990 and reached the semifinal round of the Southern Section playoffs. Santa Margarita was second in league this season and lost in the first round of the playoffs.
SPORTS
August 2, 1990
Tip Lefebvre has been hired as the baseball coach at Santa Margarita High School, Athletic Director Rich Schaaf said Wednesday. Lefebvre, brother of Seattle Mariner Manager Jim Lefebvre, has been an assistant coach at UCLA the past three years. He replaces Ray Huntington, who resigned at the end of last season. A former catcher in the Dodger organization, Tip Lefebvre was the pitching coach for the Phoenix Giants in 1984-86. He also was the head coach at Pius X High from 1969-72.
SPORTS
April 13, 1999
Scott Taylor will resign as boys' water polo coach at Santa Margarita High to become a member of the men's water polo program at Golden West College, Santa Margarita Athletic Director Rich Schaaf said Monday. Golden West Athletic Director Tom Hermstad said Taylor's exact role with the Rustlers has yet to be decided. Taylor will remain the girls' water polo coach at Santa Margarita, Schaaf said.
SPORTS
May 1, 1992
Jerry DeBusk, an assistant men's basketball coach at Chapman University, has been hired as the boys' basketball coach at Santa Margarita High School, Eagle Athletic Director Rich Schaaf said. DeBusk, a former head basketball coach at Newport Harbor, will also teach English at the school. He inherits a program that last season finished 18-8 and went to the second round of the Southern Section III-AA playoffs.
SPORTS
June 25, 1988
Brian Mulligan, assistant basketball coach at Capistrano Valley High School the past three seasons, has been named varsity coach at Orange Glen High in Escondido, replacing Dana Ernest. Mulligan, 27, was a varsity assistant under Mark Thornton and freshman coach at Capistrano Valley after he graduated from UC Irvine, where his father, Bill, is the head coach. Last season, Orange Glen finished 0-12 in the Palomar League and was 5-19 overall.
SPORTS
August 12, 1998 | LINDA WHITMORE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A five-person CIF appeals panel meeting last week in Sacramento rejected a bid by Santa Margarita High officials to avoid placement in a private-school sports league. Santa Margarita appealed a Southern Section decision to move it into a private-school league, along with Mater Dei, Rosary and Servite, starting with the 1999-2000 school year. The main objection raised by the school, located in South Orange County, was travel time and expense.
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