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July 12, 1990 | J. A. ADANDE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ryan Jamison will never have to worry about being overlooked. After all, he is 6 feet 11. For Jamison, a Mar Vista resident who is headed to UC Berkeley on a basketball scholarship, the question is how much will he contribute to the Golden Bears' quest for a Pacific 10 Conference title during the next four years. Jamison was the starting center at Loyola High for three years. He began as a cautious sophomore, surrounded by a senior-dominated lineup that handled the scoring duties.
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July 12, 1990 | J. A. ADANDE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ryan Jamison will never have to worry about being overlooked. After all, he is 6 feet 11. For Jamison, a Mar Vista resident who is headed to UC Berkeley on a basketball scholarship, the question is how much will he contribute to the Golden Bears' quest for a Pacific 10 Conference title during the next four years. Jamison was the starting center at Loyola High for three years. He began as a cautious sophomore, surrounded by a senior-dominated lineup that handled the scoring duties.
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SPORTS
July 8, 1990 | J. A. ADANDE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ryan Jamison will never have to worry about being overlooked. After all, he is 6 feet 11. For Jamison, a Mar Vista resident who is headed to UC Berkeley on a basketball scholarship, the question is how much will he contribute to the Golden Bears' quest for a Pacific 10 Conference title during the next four years. Jamison was the starting center at Loyola High for three years. He began as a cautious sophomore, surrounded by a senior-dominated lineup that handled the scoring duties.
SPORTS
July 8, 1990 | J. A. ADANDE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ryan Jamison will never have to worry about being overlooked. After all, he is 6 feet 11. For Jamison, a Mar Vista resident who is headed to UC Berkeley on a basketball scholarship, the question is how much will he contribute to the Golden Bears' quest for a Pacific 10 Conference title during the next four years. Jamison was the starting center at Loyola High for three years. He began as a cautious sophomore, surrounded by a senior-dominated lineup that handled the scoring duties.
SPORTS
February 14, 1990
Loyola used an imposing front line--including 6-foot-11, Cal-bound center Ryan Jamison and 6-7 forward Jamal Adams--to intimidate Thousand Oaks and cruise to a 100-73 first-round victory Tuesday night at Loyola in a Southern Section 5-A Division playoff game. Jamison scored a game-high 26 points for Loyola (19-3), and teammates Wayne Stamps and Adams added 16 and 14 points. Mike Sandlin led Thousand Oaks scorers with 11 points. Teammates Chris Loll and Brian Capella each added 10 points.
SPORTS
October 27, 1989
Keith Walker, a 6-foot-5 guard at Brea-Olinda High School, has made an oral commitment to attend Cal on a basketball scholarship next year. Walker, a three-year starter, averaged 23 points a game and shot 52% from the field as a junior, leading Brea-Olinda to a 20-8 record and second place in the Orange League. He plans to sign a national letter of intent with Cal on Nov. 8, the opening day of the early signing week. Walker is the younger brother of UCLA senior center Kevin Walker.
SPORTS
January 18, 1989 | JIM COLEMAN
Crespi High could have used some help from former Celts Paul Mokeski and Joe Carrabino on Tuesday night when it met defending Del Rey League champion Loyola. Mokeski, a 7-footer playing with the Milwaukee Bucks, and the 6-10 Carrabino, who played professionally in Italy, might have made a difference against Loyola's 6-10 junior center Ryan Jamison, who recorded a double-double in leading the Cubs to an 84-67 Del Rey victory in boys' basketball.
SPORTS
March 21, 1996 | ERIC SHEPARD
Loyola boys' basketball Coach Bill Thomason resigned Monday, saying he wanted to spend more time with his family. In 18 seasons, Thomason coached such players as Ryan Jamison, who went to California, and UCLA's Toby Bailey. No replacement has been named. . . . Los Angeles' Deon Green was the only sophomore selected to the All-City Section Division 4-A boys' basketball team, which was released Wednesday.
SPORTS
March 4, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The class of 1990 took its place among the standout basketball teams at Mater Dei High School Saturday night, sweeping past Loyola, 83-57, in the Southern Section's 5-A Division championship game at the Sports Arena. The memory of a disappointing loss to St. Monica in the quarterfinals last year was erased as Mater Dei won its sixth title in the past eight years under Coach Gary McKnight.
SPORTS
July 7, 1989
Defending champion Capistrano Valley High School, with forward Scott McCorkle and guard Chris Kostoff, is the top-seeded team in the Servite summer basketball tournament July 13-16. The 16-team tournament includes two defending Southern Section champions, 5-AA division champion Long Beach Millikan and 5-A champion Capistrano Valley. The tournament also features three of Southern California's top centers: Cherokee Parks of Marina, Ryan Jamison of Loyola and Rob Conlisk of Los Alamitos.
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