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July 11, 1990 | Mike Penner
Ryan Cox recently swam for Prince Albert. Sionainn Marcoux will soon swim with Janet Evans. Different kinds of royalty, but either way, the idea is to swim to impress. Cox and Marcoux mastered the task at this week's U.S. Olympic Festival, where they combined for five medals--two golds for Marcoux, a silver and two bronzes for Cox.
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July 11, 1990 | Mike Penner
Ryan Cox recently swam for Prince Albert. Sionainn Marcoux will soon swim with Janet Evans. Different kinds of royalty, but either way, the idea is to swim to impress. Cox and Marcoux mastered the task at this week's U.S. Olympic Festival, where they combined for five medals--two golds for Marcoux, a silver and two bronzes for Cox.
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December 11, 1989
Two 16-year-old Mission Viejo Nadadores swimmers, Eric Diehl and Ryan Cox, qualified for the U.S. Senior Nationals in the 1,650-yard freestyle event Sunday at Belmont Plaza Pool in Long Beach. Diehl won the race in 15 minutes 37.87 seconds and Cox followed in 15:40.92. The qualifying standard for the Senior Nationals, to be held in Nashville in March, is 15:45.39.
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July 14, 1989
Ryan Cox and K. C. Alfred of Thousand Oaks will set sail Tuesday in Montreal as the U. S. Youth Sailing team competes in the International Yacht Racing Union World Youth Sailing Championships . Cox, a 1989 graduate of Westlake High, and Alfred, who will be a senior at Westlake this fall, qualified for the team by winning the double-handed Collegiate 420 class title in the U. S. Youth Championships, June 30 in Hyannisport, Mass.
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March 30, 1990
Top teams: Capistrano Valley, El Dorado, El Toro, Fountain Valley, Mission Viejo, Villa Park.
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August 2, 1991 | THERESA MUNOZ
Chris Harris of Boulder City, Nev., and Julie Moore of Portland, Ore., are the top-seeded competitors in the 800-meter freestyle in the U.S. Swimming Junior National Championships West beginning today at 4 p.m. at the Mission Viejo International Swimming Complex. More than 900 swimmers 18 and under, representing 215 teams, met the time standards for the meet. With the exception of the entrants from Wisconsin, all are from states west of the Mississippi River.
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June 7, 2000
. . . want success. --Brad Gouldsmith, Corona del Mar High . . . won the Publisher's Clearinghouse Sweepstakes. --Aaron Amavisca, Valencia High . . . dropped my retainer in the toilet. --Brandon Stock, Troy High . . . realized that I can't act like or be a kid anymore. --Ngoc-Hanh Tran, Savanna High . . . graduated! --Sabrina Figueroa, La Habra High . . . slept through March! --Stephen Washicko, Troy High . . . finished recording my first record. --Ryan Cox, Savanna High . . .
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September 8, 1992
1991 RECORDS OVERALL: 6-5 LEAGUE: 4-2 COACH: Dave Thompson RECORD AT SCHOOL: 64-37-4 RETURNING STARTERS OFF: 3 DEF: 3 TOP RETURNERS OFF DEF YR Tim Donegan, 5-8, 145 WR DB Sr. Joe Ireifej, 6-1, 255 OG DT Jr. John Marvos, 5-9, 175 FB LB Sr. Tony Parrish, 5-11, 180 RB DB Sr. Greg Sato, 5-9, 170 -- LB Sr. TOP NEWCOMERS OFF DEF YR Travis Anderson, 5-11, 170 QB DB Jr. Mike Byers, 5-11, 170 RB LB Jr. Ryan Cox, 5-11, 195 -- DE Sr. Danny De Lucca, 5-9, 150 WR DB Sr. Josh Moos, 6-2, 235 TE DT Sr.
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October 30, 1992 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Their previous games this season hinted at a close matchup, and Fountain Valley and Marina pushed that idea to the max Thursday night. The Barons and Vikings tied, 14-14, in front of a Marina homecoming crowd of 3,300 at Westminster High to remain deadlocked in second place in the Sunset League. Fountain Valley and Marina, owners of identical records--4-3-1, 3-1-1 in league--moved ahead of Huntington Beach by a half game.
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May 14, 1988 | CHRIS FOSTER, Times Staff Writer
There were few surprises in Friday night's Southern Section 4-A swimming final. Only confirmation of what everyone already knew: Mission Viejo High School won the boys' 4-A championship and Capistrano Valley won the girls' title. Mission Viejo's boys outscored second-place Capistrano Valley, 173-129, by improving their times from the preliminaries. It was the Diablos' 13th straight 4-A championship.
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May 11, 1990 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A year ago, Tom DeLong coached the Foothill High School boys' swim team to the top. That Southern Section 4-A title by the Knights ended Mission Viejo's 14-year reign as champions. This year, DeLong would like a repeat of that--only this time from his girls' team. The Knights' girls are among the favorites in the 4-A meet tonight at the Belmont Plaza Pool, starting at 7 o'clock. El Toro, Mission Viejo and Fountain Valley are expected to be Foothill's main challengers.
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