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September 9, 1993
West L.A. Oilers COACH: Rob Hager, fourth year. 1992 RECORD: 3-7, 1-4 in Western State Conference Southern Division. PREDICTION: The Oilers have finished 3-7 the past two seasons, but could go over the .500 mark. They return 16 starters from the 1992 team, including Southern Division first-team players Byron Kimbrew, Jerome Bryant and James Henderson. TOP RETURNING PLAYERS NAME SIZE POS. YR. Damon Williams 6-1/180 Quarterback So. Jerome Bryant 6-5/300 Offensive line So.
SPORTS
December 2, 1998 | From Staff Reports
Schquay Brignac and Arielle Thomas, sophomore guards at Cleveland High, have been declared academically ineligible, Coach KimBerly Kelly said. Brignac led the Cavaliers with 14.8 points per game and 5.6 steals as a freshman last season. Thomas was a part-time starter who averaged four points and 3.6 rebounds.
SPORTS
November 15, 1992 | JIM COLEMAN
West L.A. 32, Valley 28--After his team lost, 62-21, to Valley last year, West L.A. Coach Rob Hager swore he would not let his players forget the drubbing. Apparently, they remembered. Valley came into the Southern Division game at West L.A. with the WSC's best offense, top rusher, top passer and leading scorer and still came away a loser to an Oiler team that entered the game winless in division play. West L.A.
NEWS
August 25, 1994 | SEAN WATERS
Monte Marcaccini, who gave up a basketball scholarship to Indiana to play in Italy last summer, signed last week with Pepperdine. Marcaccini, 19, was The Times' San Fernando Valley player of the year in 1993 while at Sherman Oaks Notre Dame High. He is the first player signed by new Wave Coach Tony Fuller. The 6-foot-6 Marcaccini averaged about 25 points a game for the Benetton United Colors, which won the Italian junior national championship.
SPORTS
October 3, 1993 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After nearly a week of investigations, the Western State Conference on Friday added more penalties to the Harbor College football team for its role in a brawl following a 23-0 loss to Pierce Sept. 25 at Wilmington. Pierce received no sanctions. WSC Commissioner Aviva Kamin placed the Harbor football program on probation and banned the team from postseason play this year and next.
SPORTS
October 2, 1993 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After nearly a week of investigations, the Western State Conference on Friday imposed penalties on the Harbor College football team for its role in a brawl after a 23-0 loss to Pierce last Saturday at Harbor. Pierce received no sanctions. WSC Commissioner Aviva Kamin placed the Harbor football program on probation through the 1994 season and banned the team from postseason play this year and next.
SPORTS
January 15, 1998 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Cal State Northridge screening committee today will start reviewing applications for the school's vacant head football coaching position. Paul Bubb, Northridge athletic director, declined to give the number of applicants but sources said there are about 25. Bubb said interviews of leading candidates won't start until next week. "We might get it narrowed down to a group of three or four candidates to bring in [next week]," Bubb said. The Northridge job opened Jan.
SPORTS
December 17, 1993
I am writing in regard to your article dated Dec. 3 entitled "Harbor Had Its Season Marred Because of Brawl." It is articles such as this that justly give sportswriters a bad reputation for telling only part of a story. When an article is published that includes a picture of Pierce football Coach Bill Norton with quotes from biased parties claiming he started a fight, with additional quotes from a rival coach at a third institution wherein the coach questions the professionalism of Norton, there is no adherence to ethical standards that ought to require a reporter to at least contact Norton or the Pierce athletic administrator for comments.
NEWS
August 22, 1993 | SEAN WATERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When local high school seniors played their final game of the 1992 football season, it did not mean their careers were over. For dozens of players, there's new life in the Southland's community colleges. Stars from the Central Los Angeles area were among the players who took the field Wednesday, when junior college teams began practicing for their Sept. 11 season openers.
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