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July 11, 2004 | Peter Yoon, Times Staff Writer
Greg Lopez and Tim Hogarth arrived at Hillcrest Country Club for the Southern California Golf Assn. Amateur Championship, saw the same course and had opposite reactions. Lopez, a long hitter, figured there was no way he could play well on a short course with tight fairways and a wrist-breaking rough. Hogarth, a crafty veteran, smiled to himself and figured this may just be his year. The contrasting styles of the two have produced the same results through three rounds.
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July 11, 2004 | Peter Yoon, Times Staff Writer
Greg Lopez and Tim Hogarth arrived at Hillcrest Country Club for the Southern California Golf Assn. Amateur Championship, saw the same course and had opposite reactions. Lopez, a long hitter, figured there was no way he could play well on a short course with tight fairways and a wrist-breaking rough. Hogarth, a crafty veteran, smiled to himself and figured this may just be his year. The contrasting styles of the two have produced the same results through three rounds.
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June 9, 1999 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Forget the unseasonably cool wind that whipped around the SCGA Members' Club course all day Tuesday in this desert town. Roy Moon of Royal High wasn't about to let it ruin his round in the CIF-SCGA boys' individual golf championships. "I finished pretty strong, with three birdies in the final six holes," Moon said. Moon, a junior, continued his hot streak by shooting a three-under 69 over the 6,722-yard course to finish in a tie for second place with Chris Whitaker of Palisades.
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August 25, 2000 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Don't get Roy Moon wrong. The Royal High graduate was glad to win the RS Investment Sacramento Junior Classic at Twelve Bridges Golf Club in Lincoln last week. But more significant to him was that he had a strong final round after struggling at the end of previous American Junior Golf Assn. tournaments he played this summer.
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May 21, 1999 | VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A golfer has to get up pretty early in the morning to outdo Tiger Woods. Roy Moon managed to accomplish one but not the other Thursday at the Southern Section golf championships at Canyon Country Club. Brian Sinay of University High in Irvine pulled off the latter, shooting a seven-under-par 65 to eclipse the record of 66 set by Woods, then a senior at Anaheim Western, in the 1994 section final at La Cumbre Country Club in Santa Barbara.
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August 25, 2000 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Don't get Roy Moon wrong. The Royal High graduate was glad to win the RS Investment Sacramento Junior Classic at Twelve Bridges Golf Club in Lincoln last week. But more significant to him was that he had a strong final round after struggling at the end of previous American Junior Golf Assn. tournaments he played this summer.
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August 14, 1998
Jenny Glasgow, a junior at Pepperdine, and Linda-Chen Olsen of Granada Hills lost in the first day of match play Thursday at the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship at Barton Hills Country Club in Ann Arbor, Mich. Glasgow, who led stroke-play after a first-round 70, lost to Marcy Newton of High Point, N.C., 6 and 4, in the second round. She defeated Jenna Daniels of Bonita, 2 and 1, in her first- round match in the morning.
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November 10, 1999
High school athletes in the region who have announced they intend to sign letters of intent this week with four-year schools: BASEBALL Name, high school, college choice Jonathon Brewster, Notre Dame, USC Matt Cunningham, Notre Dame, Rice Chris Cordeiro, Thousand Oaks, UCLA Chris Dickerson, Notre Dame, Nevada Jeff Dragicevich, Westlake, California Joey Hamer, Newbury Park, Iowa State Matt Harrington, Palmdale, Arizona State Brian Horwitz, Crespi, California Conor Jackson, El Camino Real,
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May 18, 1999 | JOHN ORTEGA
J.T. Kohut of Westlake High and Chris Gray of Rio Mesa each shot two-over-par 73 to tie for fourth place in the Southern Section Northern golf regional at La Cumbre Country Club on Monday. Kohut, Gray and nine other players from the region advanced to the Southern Section championships at Canyon Country Club in Palm Springs on Thursday by finishing among the top 24. Ryan Wyman of Hart was a notable non-qualifier with an 85.
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June 18, 1999 | From Staff Reports
Al Sheahen, a masters' track competitor and editor and publisher of the Van Nuys-based National Masters News, has been elected to the USA Track & Field Masters Hall of Fame. Sheahen, a Sherman Oaks resident, is credited with developing age-graded tables, which are used worldwide for track and field events, road races and racewalks. He is past president of the Southern California Masters Track & Field Committee. BASEBALL * Outfielder Nick Phillips of Canoga Park has committed to UC Davis.
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June 9, 1999 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Forget the unseasonably cool wind that whipped around the SCGA Members' Club course all day Tuesday in this desert town. Roy Moon of Royal High wasn't about to let it ruin his round in the CIF-SCGA boys' individual golf championships. "I finished pretty strong, with three birdies in the final six holes," Moon said. Moon, a junior, continued his hot streak by shooting a three-under 69 over the 6,722-yard course to finish in a tie for second place with Chris Whitaker of Palisades.
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May 21, 1999 | VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A golfer has to get up pretty early in the morning to outdo Tiger Woods. Roy Moon managed to accomplish one but not the other Thursday at the Southern Section golf championships at Canyon Country Club. Brian Sinay of University High in Irvine pulled off the latter, shooting a seven-under-par 65 to eclipse the record of 66 set by Woods, then a senior at Anaheim Western, in the 1994 section final at La Cumbre Country Club in Santa Barbara.
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August 27, 1999 | TOM LaMARRE
Brian O'Flaherty of Westlake Village pondered his bunker shot on the 14th hole and knew he had to make something happen soon. O'Flaherty, trailing by three strokes, sank the shot for an eagle that led to a one-stroke victory in the Lucent Western Canadian Junior on Thursday at Glencoe Golf and Country Club in Calgary. "I couldn't get that shot out of my mind for five minutes after I hit it," said O'Flaherty, who finished at 75-72-73--220. "The last few holes were so emotional."
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August 13, 1999
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