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SPORTS
December 13, 1990
ALL-BAY LEAGUE Offensive Player of the Year--Ziv Gottlieb (Beverly Hills), quarterback, Jr. Defensive Player of the Year--Manny Gonzalez (Leuzinger), linebacker, Sr. Lineman of the Year--Mike Donnelly (Leuzinger), Sr. First Team Offense WR--Chris Johnston (Culver City), Sr.; David Saraf (Beverly Hills), Jr.; Tarrik Brock (Hawthorne), Sr.; Darren Smith (Beverly Hills), Sr. TE--Rick Heineman (Culver City), Sr. T--Eric Donnelly (Leuzinger), Jr.; Jared Tuione (Hawthorne), Sr.
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SPORTS
June 13, 2013 | By Chris Foster
This is the College World Series? The eight-team tournament, which begins Saturday in Omaha, could be the 1975 NCAA basketball tournament. UCLA 1975: John Wooden's last title, as Bruins survive Louisville in semifinals. Richard Washington saves UCLA with jumper in overtime. UCLA 2013: Bruins looking for Coach John Savage's first title and could get Louisville final. Reliever David Berg saves games for them nightly. Louisville 1975: If only Terry Howard could make a free throw.
BUSINESS
October 14, 1986 | Associated Press
Here is the Forbes magazine 1986 list of the 400 richest Americans in descending order of wealth, showing residence, age, estimated fortune in millions of dollars and source of wealth. Figures marked x indicate that the magazine assumed that a common fortune has been divided into equal shares. Walton, Sam Moore, Bentonville, Ark., 68, $4,500, Wal-Mart Stores Kluge, John Werner, Charlottesville, Va.
SPORTS
March 26, 1987
The morning after Nevada Las Vegas opened the season with a victory over Arizona, Jerry Tarkanian was awakened by an early phone call. According to John Feinstein of the Washington Post, the caller yelled, "To hell with Lute Olson!" Olson is the Arizona coach. Tarkanian was confused. "What?" he said. "To hell with Lute Olson!" the caller yelled again before dissolving in laughter. "Tark, I stayed up late just to hear that score. I'm so damn glad you won that game I can't tell you."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 2, 1999
An 18-year-old man charged with killing his 15-year-old former girlfriend and her twin sister pleaded not guilty Tuesday. Inglewood Municipal Judge Eudon Serrell ordered Richard Allen Washington III held without bail. On July 8, the judge will set a date for the preliminary hearing. Prosecutors will decide after the preliminary hearing whether to seek the death penalty or life in prison without parole if Washington is convicted, said Dist. Atty. spokeswoman Sandi Gibbons.
SPORTS
December 23, 2003 | From Associated Press
Philip Rivers kept throwing and throwing and throwing, leading North Carolina State to another victory. Now, the Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year will take his act to the NFL. "He's going to make somebody a winner, because he is a winner," Coach Chuck Amato said after the Wolfpack routed Kansas, 56-26, in the Tangerine Bowl on Monday night. "He's been that way since the day he showed up to our campus." Rivers threw for Tangerine Bowl records of 475 yards and five touchdowns, and T.A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 19, 2001
A teenager who fatally shot his 15-year-old former girlfriend and her twin sister in their Inglewood home in 1999 was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without parole. Richard Allen Washington III, 19, sat quietly as Torrance Superior Court Judge Mark S. Arnold sentenced him in the May 24, 1999, shooting deaths of Tara Butler, who had dated Washington, and her sister Terassa.
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