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August 6, 1990 | MARTIN BECK
Robbie Katzaroff is no Bo. He's not even a Deion. But at Los Alamitos High School, Katzaroff set Orange County records that still stand today in football and baseball. For good measure, he was also an all-Southern Section soccer player. During his junior year at Los Alamitos, Katzaroff had 51 hits for a single-season county record.
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May 16, 1994 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
The lure of the game keeps tugging at Rob Katzaroff. He has been an Expo, a Met, a Giant and now an Angel in five minor league seasons. But like many who have bounced around the minors, Katzaroff wonders when, and sometimes if, he'll get the call from the big club. You know, something like: "Hey, Katzaroff, pack your bags, we need you up here pronto."
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July 29, 1991 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA
They were friends and teammates for years, forming one of Orange County's most prolific high school pass/catch combinations in football and a potent one-two punch in baseball. Now they are foes who do battle in the double-A Eastern League, J.T. Snow for the Albany Yankees and Robbie Katzaroff for the Harrisburg Senators.
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July 29, 1991 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA
They were friends and teammates for years, forming one of Orange County's most prolific high school pass/catch combinations in football and a potent one-two punch in baseball. Now they are foes who do battle in the double-A Eastern League, J.T. Snow for the Albany Yankees and Robbie Katzaroff for the Harrisburg Senators.
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May 16, 1994 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
The lure of the game keeps tugging at Rob Katzaroff. He has been an Expo, a Met, a Giant and now an Angel in five minor league seasons. But like many who have bounced around the minors, Katzaroff wonders when, and sometimes if, he'll get the call from the big club. You know, something like: "Hey, Katzaroff, pack your bags, we need you up here pronto."
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June 4, 1986
Six Orange County high school players have been selected to the Southern California team that will play in the North-South State All-Stars baseball series beginning Friday night at Billy Herbert Field in Stockton. Esperanza catcher Eric Cox, Laguna Hills pitcher Wayne Helm, Irvine first baseman Bobby Hamelin, Fountain Valley third baseman Jim Doyle, Esperanza outfielder Emmitt Cohick and Los Alamitos outfielder Robbie Katzaroff were named to the team.
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May 1, 1986
Robbie Katzaroff, Los Alamitos High School's versatile scholar-athlete, signed a national letter of intent Wednesday to play baseball at UCLA. Katzaroff set an Orange County record with 51 hits in a single season and had a 27-game hitting streak last season. He extended that streak into the Griffins' opening three games this year. This season, Katzaroff is third in the county in runs scored (27) and fourth in hits (34) in his third year as a varsity starter.
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May 10, 1986
Valencia High School running back Ray Pallares heads the list of selections for the North team that will participate in the 27th Orange County All-Star football game on July 11 in LeBard Stadium. Pallares established a state record by rushing for 5,398 yards during his three-year career. Two of the key blockers for Pallares--tackle Xavier Hicks and guard Joe Garten--were also selected. Robbie Katzaroff, who established a county record with 73 receptions last fall, heads the list of receivers.
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June 10, 1986 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER
Eighteen of the best baseball players in the state, including six from Orange County, will play in the 10th annual California-Oklahoma prep all-star series this weekend. Doubleheaders are scheduled for Saturday in Oklahoma City and Sunday in Tulsa with a single game Monday in Tulsa.
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May 30, 1985
Esperanza High School pitcher Dave Salcido and El Dorado pitcher/first baseman Jeff Petredes have been named the Empire League's most valuable players by a vote of the league's coaches. Salcido had a 7-0 record in league play to lead the Aztecs to the Empire League championship. The senior was 11-1 overall and had a 1.39 ERA. Petredes was 3-2 with a 0.49 ERA. Also playing first, Petrdes, a junior, hit .419. for a El Dorado team that finished in a three-team tie for fourth in the league.
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August 6, 1990 | MARTIN BECK
Robbie Katzaroff is no Bo. He's not even a Deion. But at Los Alamitos High School, Katzaroff set Orange County records that still stand today in football and baseball. For good measure, he was also an all-Southern Section soccer player. During his junior year at Los Alamitos, Katzaroff had 51 hits for a single-season county record.
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March 30, 1989
First baseman Brian Young singled with two outs in the ninth inning to give UC Irvine a 6-5 victory over UCLA Wednesday night in a nonconference game at Irvine. Young's single scored Al Rodriguez, who led off the inning with a single. Steve May (2-2) pitched the ninth inning for the victory. Irvine (10-15-1) trailed in the sixth, 3-1, but took the lead with a four-run rally. Young drove in one run with a sacrifice fly and Mike Goodcase had an RBI single.
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May 18, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON
Mike Gibson, the baseball coach at Los Alamitos High School for the past six years, announced that he will resign after the season. Gibson, 50, has posted a 97-64 record going into today's 5-A playoff game against Ocean View. His teams have qualified for the playoffs six times and has helped develop all-county stars Greg Pirkl, Mike Kelly, Rob Nen, J.T. Snow and Robbie Katzaroff.
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