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November 7, 1996
No. 11 NORCO (8-0) at No. 18 CORONA CENTENNIAL (7-1). * When: Friday, 7:30 p.m. * Coaches: Gary Campbell, Norco, 26th year; Ron Gueringer, Centennial, second year. * The matchup: It's the biggest game of the season in Riverside County, and a capacity crowd of 4,000 is expected to arrive early. Each team is 3-0 in the Southern Section's Mountain View League, and the winner will have a favorable seeding in the Division IV playoffs.
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September 3, 1999 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
First-year Coach Ron Gueringer of Crespi wasn't particularly pleased when three potential starters transferred to other schools, but during two-a-day drills, the Celts picked up a possible starting quarterback, transfer Jamie DiPoma from Newbury Park. DiPoma, a senior, was a reserve quarterback for the Panthers. He didn't figure to play much after the arrival of transfer Chris Lombardo from St. Bonaventure.
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September 21, 1999 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
Crespi is 0-2 and struggling as its tries to rebuild using dozens of underclassmen. But no one should doubt the skills of junior receiver Larry Viltz, who had 17 receptions for 176 yards against Quartz Hill, the second-best receiving performance in Crespi history. Mike Brady holds the school record with 19 catches against Salesian in 1974. "He's a big, physical receiver," Coach Ron Gueringer said of Viltz. "Our offense is predicated on spreading the ball around, but he happened to be open.
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November 17, 2000 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
Ron Gueringer, football coach at Crespi High the last two seasons, announced his resignation on Thursday. The Celts were 1-19 under Gueringer, who was forced to play mostly sophomores and juniors after several top players transferred. "I think Crespi and I both need to go in different directions," Gueringer said. "It was the best decision for both. I think there's no doubt next year's team is going to win some games. They played their butts off this year."
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December 19, 2000 | ERIC SONDHEIMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Troy Thomas, a successful defensive coordinator who played on Crespi High's 1986 Southern Section championship team, has been named the Celts' football coach. He replaces Ron Gueringer, who resigned after a two-year record of 1-19. Thomas spent this season as a graduate assistant at Fresno State after serving as defensive coordinator at Westlake in 1999, when the Warriors won the Division IV championship.
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November 17, 1999 | ERIC SONDHEIMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They should have sold tickets, called television stations and flown in coaches from across the nation to witness an extraordinary 40-minute basketball practice Monday night at Crespi High. There was 89-year-old John Wooden, the Wizard of Westwood, standing at center court with his arms folded and a whistle in his hand, ordering 14 Crespi basketball players to move as if there names were Alcindor, Walton, Warren and Goodrich. "Goodness gracious, don't just stand there," he said.
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April 1, 1999 | ERIC SONDHEIMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Calling it "a dream job," former Crespi High assistant Ron Gueringer was hired as the school's football coach on Wednesday. "I'm glad to be back home," said Gueringer, a Crespi assistant from 1978-81 and 1984-88. He replaces Tim Lins, who resigned after 10 years as coach to take over the program at Moorpark High. Gueringer, 41, gained his first head coaching experience at Corona Centennial High, where his teams finished 9-4 and 12-2 in 1995 and 1996.
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July 7, 1999 | From Staff Reports
Canyon High is expected to name a coach today. Former Canyon Coach Harry Welch, who guided the Cowboys to three Southern Section titles in the 1980s, is the leading candidate. He declined comment Tuesday night. Canyon Principal Vicki Engbrecht is expected to announce the decision today. The two other candidates are Mike Kane, the freshman coach at Canyon, and Jack Bowman, who coached at Saugus from 1991-96. * Chatsworth High is seeking a defensive coordinator for its freshman-sophomore team.
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November 11, 2000 | ERIC SONDHEIMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was a scene that helped explain the fortunes of two football programs going in opposite directions. Jim Sharp and Michael Luderer lined up to shake hands and exchange hugs with former Crespi High teammates Friday night at the conclusion of Notre Dame's 41-12 victory. Sharp and Luderer were examples of how the balance of power had changed between the schools. As sophomores, they were two of Crespi's brightest young prospects.
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September 6, 2000
OUTLOOK Some defensive coordinators may need to see a therapist after facing St. Francis. Is there a coach out there who can prevent the Golden Knights from moving the ball with their talented personnel? Joe McNab will take a crack. He has been Notre Dame's defensive coordinator for 19 years. Unless McNab succeeds, St. Francis will cruise to the title. Chaminade will try to pass the ball under first-year Coach Bill Culpepper.
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