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May 29, 1999 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
Catcher Ryan Hamill, a starter at Nevada Las Vegas the last two seasons from Chaminade High, will transfer to UCLA. "I'm ready to get going," Hamill said. Hamill, granted a release from his UNLV scholarship, also was interested in Rice. Hamill batted .324 with eight home runs and 41 runs batted in for UNLV this season. He has hit 24 home runs in two seasons.
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May 29, 1999 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
Catcher Ryan Hamill, a starter at Nevada Las Vegas the last two seasons from Chaminade High, will transfer to UCLA. "I'm ready to get going," Hamill said. Hamill, granted a release from his UNLV scholarship, also was interested in Rice. Hamill batted .324 with eight home runs and 41 runs batted in for UNLV this season. He has hit 24 home runs in two seasons.
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April 26, 1997 | PETER YOON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Chaminade High continued its impressive run behind the bat of catcher Ryan Hamill, who electrified the crowd at Chaminade on Friday with three home runs to lead the Eagles over Crespi, 7-2, in a Mission League game. Hamill, a senior who has signed with Nevada-Las Vegas, smashed a two-run home run in the first inning and solo shots in the third and sixth innings. It was his first three-home run game in high school. "They were outside fastballs," Hamill said.
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May 4, 1999
Ryan Hamill, the starting catcher at Nevada Las Vegas and The Times' Valley player of the year in 1997 at Chaminade High, has been given his release and hopes to transfer to UCLA. Hamill, a sophomore, is batting .330 with eight home runs and 41 runs batted in for UNLV. UCLA's starting catcher, Jason Green, is a senior. If Hamill transfers to UCLA, he would be reunited with former Chaminade teammate Tyler Dersom, a pitcher.
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May 4, 1999
Ryan Hamill, the starting catcher at Nevada Las Vegas and The Times' Valley player of the year in 1997 at Chaminade High, has been given his release and hopes to transfer to UCLA. Hamill, a sophomore, is batting .330 with eight home runs and 41 runs batted in for UNLV. UCLA's starting catcher, Jason Green, is a senior. If Hamill transfers to UCLA, he would be reunited with former Chaminade teammate Tyler Dersom, a pitcher.
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June 18, 1997 | PETER YOON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Ryan Hamill just wasn't satisfied. At this time last year, Hamill--then a junior at Chaminade High--was pondering the recently completed high school baseball season. He had batted .410 with four home runs and 29 runs batted in, not a bad season, but not enough for Hamill. "I knew I was a better player than that," Hamill said. So for 30 hours a week during the off-season, Hamill hit the weight room, the batting cages and practice fields.
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April 12, 1998 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
There were plenty of bets that former Chaminade High catcher Ryan Hamill wouldn't last more than a month before suffering a catastrophic eating experience at one of the many buffets along the Strip. "We're going to mention his name at all the buffets and see if we can get a discount," Chaminade baseball Coach Scott Drootin said. The big surprise is that Hamill has lost eight pounds since arriving for his freshman season at Nevada Las Vegas.
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July 15, 1998 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
Baseball scouts, talent scouts, clown scouts--among your hottest prospects is junior second baseman Brendan Ryan of Notre Dame High. "I'm 16 years old and sometimes act 12," he confesses. In kindergarten, he appeared in a "Saturday Night Live" skit wearing a white tuxedo, black sunglasses and slicked-back hair. "I had this big line, 'Well, if it isn't Miss Linda,' " he said. He does imitations of the late actor Chris Farley and "the dead guy that walks around" from "Weekend at Bernie's."
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April 3, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Baseball standout Ryan Hamill (class of 1997), football lineman Doug Kavulich (1988), kicker Chris Noonan (1988) and softball standout Brianna Barth (2007) will be inducted into the Chaminade Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday night.   Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
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February 10, 1999
Johnny Gray, Inger Miller and Tyree Washington are among an elite group of track and field athletes who will conduct a clinic at Birmingham High at 3 p.m. today. Gray, a four-time Olympian in the 800 meters, set the American record of 1:42.60 in that event in 1985, and Miller ranked third in the women's 100 and sixth in the 200 in the 1998 world rankings by Track & Field News magazine. Washington ranked fourth in the world in the men's 400 last year and helped the U.S.
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July 15, 1998 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
Baseball scouts, talent scouts, clown scouts--among your hottest prospects is junior second baseman Brendan Ryan of Notre Dame High. "I'm 16 years old and sometimes act 12," he confesses. In kindergarten, he appeared in a "Saturday Night Live" skit wearing a white tuxedo, black sunglasses and slicked-back hair. "I had this big line, 'Well, if it isn't Miss Linda,' " he said. He does imitations of the late actor Chris Farley and "the dead guy that walks around" from "Weekend at Bernie's."
SPORTS
April 12, 1998 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
There were plenty of bets that former Chaminade High catcher Ryan Hamill wouldn't last more than a month before suffering a catastrophic eating experience at one of the many buffets along the Strip. "We're going to mention his name at all the buffets and see if we can get a discount," Chaminade baseball Coach Scott Drootin said. The big surprise is that Hamill has lost eight pounds since arriving for his freshman season at Nevada Las Vegas.
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June 18, 1997 | PETER YOON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Ryan Hamill just wasn't satisfied. At this time last year, Hamill--then a junior at Chaminade High--was pondering the recently completed high school baseball season. He had batted .410 with four home runs and 29 runs batted in, not a bad season, but not enough for Hamill. "I knew I was a better player than that," Hamill said. So for 30 hours a week during the off-season, Hamill hit the weight room, the batting cages and practice fields.
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April 26, 1997 | PETER YOON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Chaminade High continued its impressive run behind the bat of catcher Ryan Hamill, who electrified the crowd at Chaminade on Friday with three home runs to lead the Eagles over Crespi, 7-2, in a Mission League game. Hamill, a senior who has signed with Nevada-Las Vegas, smashed a two-run home run in the first inning and solo shots in the third and sixth innings. It was his first three-home run game in high school. "They were outside fastballs," Hamill said.
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November 13, 1996
Today is first day of the one-week, early signing period for high school seniors. Here's a list of Valley and Ventura County athletes who have committed to a four-year school.
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March 5, 1997
Here are the 1996 statistics of returning players in the region who hit .400 or better: *--* PLAYER SCHOOL AB R H AVG. Alfredo Saenz Reseda 64 18 37 .578 Cody Joyce Hart 74 34 37 .500 Bill Scott Alemany 43 8 21 .488 Kevin Carlsen Canoga Park 64 16 31 .484 Tim Mirkovich Providence 76 27 36 .474 Bryan Gant Chatsworth 68 43 32 .471 Jorge Piedra Notre Dame 79 28 37 .468 Jo'Sean Lyles Quartz Hill 69 26 32 .464 Andy Campanella Crespi 98 33 45 .459 Brian Fatur Calabasas 86 36 39 .
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