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October 14, 1995 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As a mid-afternoon wind whips through the Moorpark College football stadium, Robert Ralston grabs a football, drops it on his right foot and kicks it high into the air and 50 yards downfield with remarkable ease. "I try to punt to specific spots on the field," said Ralston, a sophomore. "I usually work on making the ball skip out of bounds in a particular spot." Ralston is the only Moorpark player around.
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October 14, 1995 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As a mid-afternoon wind whips through the Moorpark College football stadium, Robert Ralston grabs a football, drops it on his right foot and kicks it high into the air and 50 yards downfield with remarkable ease. "I try to punt to specific spots on the field," said Ralston, a sophomore. "I usually work on making the ball skip out of bounds in a particular spot." Ralston is the only Moorpark player around.
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October 25, 1986
A 50-year-old Studio City man who was once a member of the Lawrence Welk orchestra was placed on five years' probation Friday after pleading no-contest to a charge of performing lewd acts on a child. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Dion G. Morrow ordered Robert Ralston to continue in a program of psychological counseling and to refrain from associating with children under 18 unless accompanied by a responsible adult. Deputy Dist. Atty. Rebecca G.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 25, 1986
A 50-year-old Studio City man who was once a member of the Lawrence Welk orchestra was placed on five years' probation Friday after pleading no-contest to a charge of performing lewd acts on a child. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Dion G. Morrow ordered Robert Ralston to continue in a program of psychological counseling and to refrain from associating with children under 18 unless accompanied by a responsible adult. Deputy Dist. Atty. Rebecca G.
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September 26, 1992 | GREG MEADE
Camarillo 29, Hueneme 10--Camarillo (2-1) took advantage of seven turnovers, nine sacks and 11 Hueneme penalties in the victory at home. Senior Fahali Campbell rushed for 175 yards in 23 carries and scored on runs of 21 and 26 yards. Teammate Darren Hatch scored on runs of one and 10 yards. The Scorpions scored first by tackling punter Robert Ralston for a safety and Campbell returned the ensuing kickoff 68 yards to set up Hatch's one-yard scoring run.
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June 26, 1986
A Granada Hills man who was the organist for Lawrence Welk's orchestra was ordered Wednesday to undergo 90 days of psychiatric evaluation before he is sentenced for sexually molesting a 13-year-old boy. Robert H. Ralston, 47, was sent by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Dion G. Morrow to the California Department of Corrections in Chino for diagnostic testing until he is sentenced Sept. 25.
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October 2, 1993 | JOHN KLIMA
Ventura 45, Hueneme 11--Mike Lamey rushed 12 times for 128 yards and one touchdown and Aaron Davis gained 122 yards in 13 carries to lead the Cougars (3-1, 1-0) at Hueneme. Davis' 11-yard touchdown run late in the first quarter and Lamey's 16-yard run early in the second quarter gave the Cougars a 16-0 lead midway through the second quarter. Quarterback Erik Olson completed five of 10 passes for 93 yards and two touchdowns and scored on a three-yard run early in the third quarter.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 19, 1995
The thick early morning fog that crept in over Orange County on Saturday was blamed for at least one traffic fatality and an accident involving a train and a car that left a woman seriously injured. Milan Allred, 58, of Laguna Niguel was killed around 7:15 a.m. after his car broke down on the San Diego Freeway near the El Toro Y. Allred had flagged down a passing motorist, who agreed to help push Allred's disabled car off the road.
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May 1, 1993 | VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Hueneme High baseball team just keeps coming. On Friday, the Vikings came from ahead, then from behind to defeat Buena, 7-5, in a key Channel League game at Buena. Hueneme (10-10, 6-4 in league play), with its fourth consecutive win, moved into a third-place tie with Buena (13-5, 6-4), ranked seventh in the Times' area poll. On Tuesday, the Vikings handed first-place San Marcos its first league loss with a 4-2 win at home.
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September 8, 1995
Nichole Victoria, pursued as the successor to a popular coach who had been fired, Thursday accepted the position of softball coach at Camarillo High. Victoria, 23, a former Camarillo and UCLA star, did not apply for the job but accepted it a week after Athletic Director Carl Thompson offered. "I decided Camarillo was the place to be," Victoria said. She will work as a substitute teacher after she graduates from UCLA this month and earns her preliminary teaching credential.
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December 4, 1994 | JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You wouldn't think the Moorpark College defense, among the statistical leaders in the state, could give up 28 points in one quarter or 55 in a game. Well, don't blame the defense in the Raiders' 55-9 loss to Cerritos on Saturday night in the Strawberry Bowl at Cerritos College. The Moorpark offense and special teams contributed mightily to the four second-quarter touchdowns scored by Cerritos that blew the game open.
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December 3, 1995 | IRENE GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
El Camino College was supposed to blow away Moorpark with its explosive offense Saturday afternoon in the Western State Bowl at Griffin Stadium. But it was the Raiders' defense that was most powerful in their 30-19 victory over El Camino, which was ranked No. 1 in the state for most of the season, but entered the game at No. 15. "They haven't faced a defense as quick as ours all season," Moorpark Coach Jim Bittner said. "It sure made all the difference today."
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