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April 2, 1993 | JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rob Webb has been named to replace Kurt Keller as basketball coach at Alemany High. Webb, a teacher at Alemany, was an assistant coach at the school from 1988-90 under Rocky Moore. When Moore moved from Alemany to Muir, Webb went to Glendale College, where he assisted with the men's team for two seasons. He rejoined Moore as an assistant at Muir before the past season. Webb, 24, also assisted with the Glendale College women's team under Moore in the 1987-88 season.
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April 2, 1993 | JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rob Webb has been named to replace Kurt Keller as basketball coach at Alemany High. Webb, a teacher at Alemany, was an assistant coach at the school from 1988-90 under Rocky Moore. When Moore moved from Alemany to Muir, Webb went to Glendale College, where he assisted with the men's team for two seasons. He rejoined Moore as an assistant at Muir before the past season. Webb, 24, also assisted with the Glendale College women's team under Moore in the 1987-88 season.
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February 8, 2000 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
Chaminade High has forfeited its Mission League boys' basketball victory over St. Francis on Friday after violating Southern Section rules when sophomore Jon Todd played in both the junior varsity and varsity games. "It was an unfortunate mistake and we're self-reporting," Athletic Director Rob Webb said. The forfeit moves St. Francis (14-11, 6-5 in league play) into a tie for third place with Chaminade (15-8, 6-5), which was 0-3 in Mission games last week.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 9, 2004 | From a Times Staff Writer
The founder of a group concerned about the potential expansion of Long Beach Airport soundly defeated Long Beach City Councilman Rob Webb in a runoff election Tuesday. With all 13 precincts reporting, challenger Rae M. Gabelich received 61% of the votes to represent the City Council's 8th District. The race for that seat went to a runoff when Webb received 40% of the vote in the April primary. A minimum of 50% plus one vote was required to avoid a runoff.
SPORTS
March 28, 1991
Numerous high school and junior college basketball players from the region have been invited to compete in an all-star tournament that will showcase players seeking college scholarships. The tournament will run April 5-7 at Fullerton College. High school seniors can sign letters of intent April 10. The tournament will feature 18 high school teams and four junior college teams from across the nation.
SPORTS
September 18, 1999
Not long ago, high school athletics was a way to build character, to learn valuable lessons about teamwork, effort and determination, and ultimately to have fun. While these still remain the objectives of any legitimate athletic program, it has become increasingly difficult to maintain these goals. Adults in education, parents and the media have taken the innocence out of the endeavor and turned it into a cynical activity solely based on winning and material reward. The most recent phenomenon is the "free agency" of student-athletes created by open enrollment, promoted by high school coaches, administrators and parents, and subsequently highlighted by the media.
SPORTS
July 11, 1997
Westlake High setter Brooke Rundle has made a commitment to UC Santa Barbara. The 5-foot-6 Rundle, who will be a senior at Westlake, chose the Gauchos over Washington. Rundle was a Times' all-region selection last year and helped the Warriors reach the Southern Section Division II-A final. Net gain: Top-seeded Gene Malin of Woodland Hills defeated Harvey Mardyks of Camarillo, 6-2, 6-1, and advanced to the quarterfinals of the United States Tennis Assn.
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April 7, 2001 | DAVE DESMOND
The threat of violence touched another school, forcing the postponement of Thursday's anticipated Mission League softball showdown between favorites Chaminade and Notre Dame highs. A bomb threat was reportedly phoned in to Chaminade Middle School, site of Chaminade High's home games, forcing an early end to the school day and the postponement of the game while police and officials searched for a bomb. None was found. Notre Dame (8-3), ranked No.
BUSINESS
February 23, 2000 | GREG HERNANDEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After more than half a century in Anaheim, Kwikset Corp. is shutting its lock manufacturing plant there and dismissing 450 employees to move to a newer facility in South Carolina, where the cost of doing business is generally lower. Kwikset said the move is part of a reorganization within parent company Black & Decker Corp.'s hardware and home improvement group, which also includes faucet maker Price Pfister in Pacoima.
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April 15, 2004 | Nancy Wride, Times Staff Writer
Police and fire unions appeared to play a significant role in the Long Beach City Council election, backing two incumbents and one challenger who prevailed in an election marked by a low turnout. Long Beach was among 12 cities in Los Angeles County that went to the polls Tuesday to decide who will guide their civic affairs in an economic climate strained by losses caused or expected from California's budget quagmire.
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April 14, 2004 | Nancy Wride, Times Staff Writer
From the desert to Catalina Island, voters in 12 Los Angeles County cities went to the polls Tuesday to elect civic leaders faced with a common theme of financial worries. Voters among the 3,400 islanders in the town of Avalon approved two ballot measures aimed at replacing some $400,000 in state funds the town expects to lose in California's budget crisis.
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