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December 12, 1995 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lon Boyett, the Rosamond High School football coach whose team was thrown out of the Southern Section playoffs after giving its opponent altered videotape, resigned, school officials said Monday. Principal Richard Stockton said Boyett also resigned as the school's basketball coach. Athletic Director James Johnson said interim coach Tim Atkerson would run the team until a full-time coach could be hired. Boyett and his staff resigned Sunday.
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December 15, 1995 | MIKE TERRY
The Southern Section Division X championship football game between Orange Lutheran and Cerritos Valley Christian will take place Saturday as scheduled. Rosamond would have played Orange Lutheran but was removed from the playoffs last week after admitting it gave the Lancer coaches altered game videotape. Attorneys representing the school's booster group sought a temporary restraining order Thursday in Bakersfield Superior Court. But Judge Arthur Wallace denied the appeal.
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SPORTS
December 9, 1995 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An altered videotape has cost Rosamond High School a chance at a football championship and delayed Orange Lutheran's appearance in the title game a week. Rosamond was removed from the Southern Section playoffs Friday, a day before it was scheduled to play Orange Lutheran for the Division X title, after officials found that a game videotape given to Lancer coaches as part of an exchange had been altered. Orange Lutheran instead will play Cerritos Valley Christian for the division title at 7:30 p.
SPORTS
December 13, 1995 | MIKE TERRY
Rosamond High, removed from the Southern Section Division X championship football game last week after giving altered game videotape to opponent Orange Lutheran, is making a last-ditch attempt to return to the playoffs. Attorney Olaf Landsgaard, representing the Rosamond High Sports Boosters, appeared Tuesday in Bakersfield Superior Court seeking a restraining order to halt Saturday's Division X game between Orange Lutheran and Cerritos Valley Christian, which replaced Rosamond.
SPORTS
December 13, 1995 | MIKE TERRY
Rosamond High, removed from the Southern Section Division X championship football game last week after giving altered game videotape to opponent Orange Lutheran, is making a last-ditch attempt to return to the playoffs. Attorney Olaf Landsgaard, representing the Rosamond High Sports Boosters, appeared Tuesday in Bakersfield Superior Court seeking a restraining order to halt Saturday's Division X game between Orange Lutheran and Cerritos Valley Christian, which replaced Rosamond.
SPORTS
December 15, 1995 | MIKE TERRY
The Southern Section Division X championship football game between Orange Lutheran and Cerritos Valley Christian will take place Saturday as scheduled. Rosamond would have played Orange Lutheran but was removed from the playoffs last week after admitting it gave the Lancer coaches altered game videotape. Attorneys representing the school's booster group sought a temporary restraining order Thursday in Bakersfield Superior Court. But Judge Arthur Wallace denied the appeal.
SPORTS
December 9, 1995 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An altered videotape has cost Rosamond High a chance at a football championship. Rosamond was removed from the CIF Southern Section playoffs Friday, a day before it was scheduled to play Orange Lutheran for the Division X title, after officials found that a game videotape given Lutheran coaches as part of an exchange had been altered.
SPORTS
March 7, 1987
Top-seeded Rosamond High School overcame a nine-point deficit in the first half to beat Maricopa, 43-39, in the Southern Section Small School Girls basketball championship game Friday night at Antelope Valley College. The Roadrunners (24-2) were led by seniors Andrea Arcuri and CeCe Landsgaard, who led Rosamond to its 22nd straight win. Arcuri scored 16 points and had 11 rebounds and 7 steals. Landsgaard added 14 points, 10 rebounds and 7 assists.
SPORTS
July 18, 1990
UC Irvine has signed six baseball and two track and field athletes to letters of intent, the university announced Tuesday. The track and field athletes are Rob Price of Saddleback High, the state scholar-athlete of the year and runner-up in 3,200-meter event at the Southern Section 3-A championships, and Corey Rodgers, a high jumper from Cajon High in San Bernardino who has leaped 6 feet 10. The baseball players are Pete Golaszewski , a third baseman-outfielder from Mt.
SPORTS
March 18, 1995
Cal State Northridge will make up last weekend's rained-out baseball series against Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with three consecutive doubleheaders April 21-23 at Matador Field. The three Western Athletic Conference games were scheduled to be played at Cal Poly. All six games are scheduled for nine innings. The games will start at noon Friday and at 11 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
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December 12, 1995 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lon Boyett, the Rosamond High School football coach whose team was thrown out of the Southern Section playoffs after giving its opponent altered videotape, resigned, school officials said Monday. Principal Richard Stockton said Boyett also resigned as the school's basketball coach. Athletic Director James Johnson said interim coach Tim Atkerson would run the team until a full-time coach could be hired. Boyett and his staff resigned Sunday.
SPORTS
December 9, 1995 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An altered videotape has cost Rosamond High School a chance at a football championship and delayed Orange Lutheran's appearance in the title game a week. Rosamond was removed from the Southern Section playoffs Friday, a day before it was scheduled to play Orange Lutheran for the Division X title, after officials found that a game videotape given to Lancer coaches as part of an exchange had been altered. Orange Lutheran instead will play Cerritos Valley Christian for the division title at 7:30 p.
SPORTS
December 9, 1995 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An altered videotape has cost Rosamond High a chance at a football championship. Rosamond was removed from the CIF Southern Section playoffs Friday, a day before it was scheduled to play Orange Lutheran for the Division X title, after officials found that a game videotape given Lutheran coaches as part of an exchange had been altered.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 21, 2010 | By Hector Becerra, Los Angeles Times
It took a while for Joseph C. Lopez to find his place in life. When he did, the young man everyone called Joey asked his older brother, Arthur Pratti, to go with him to the Marine Corps recruitment office. An Air Force veteran, Pratti said Lopez, of the Antelope Valley community of Rosamond, was "trying to find his way. " "It took him a while to find his niche in the world. Before he joined the Marines, he was doing a lot of little things," said Pratti, 30. "I wouldn't say he had a troubled past, but he never really found his niche till he became a Marine.
REAL ESTATE
August 27, 2006 | Diane Wedner, Times Staff Writer
A chicken in every pot, an airplane in every hangar. (Our apologies to Herbert Hoover.) The Rosamond Skypark subdivision in southern Kern County is a unique residential community geared to private-plane owners. A central runway serves as a main street of sorts, and each home has a place to park a plane. Beginnings First there were tumbleweeds. And lots of lizards, tarantulas and rabbits. Then came the Rosamond Airport in 1947, with its dirt runway and airstrip, one house and two barracks.
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