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October 6, 1991 | MIKE GLAZE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jeff Wilson finally got the upper hand against Ryan Wilson. Sort of. After taking a back seat to Ryan Wilson of Agoura High in the Woodbridge cross-country invitational two weeks ago, Jeff Wilson of Newbury Park got revenge Saturday against his Marmonte League foe. Jeff Wilson timed 15 minutes 13 seconds over the three-mile course at Crescenta Valley Park to win the boys' Division II race in the Kenny Staub invitational and beat Ryan Wilson's winning time of 15:19 in the Division I race.
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February 12, 2000 | KIM MURPHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bonnie Jouhari and her daughter have been running for more than a year. But when you're running from a neo-Nazi Internet site that called for the outspoken housing activist to be hanged from the nearest tree, there's nowhere to hide. Terrified by the cybervenom and the campaign of threats it inspired, the two stuffed everything they could into their car 15 months ago and left their Pennsylvania home for a new beginning in suburban Seattle.
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October 10, 1987
I was ecstatic when I heard that Don Drysdale was returing to the Dodgers. The front office, I thought, was really serious about next season. Then the delight turned to disappointment. He's coming back as a broadcaster. RYAN WILSON La Mirada
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June 19, 1996 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some people might be obsessed with quick fixes and instant gratification, but don't put University of Arkansas distance runner Ryan Wilson in that company. Wilson, a 1993 graduate of Agoura High and the No. 2-ranked 5,000-meter runner in the nation entering the qualifying heats tonight of the U.S. Olympic track and field trials in Atlanta, is prepared to plug away for years in pursuit of athletic excellence.
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March 25, 1993 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ryan Wilson of Agoura High, the 1992 state Division II cross-country champion, has made a commitment to attend Arkansas. Wilson, who finished fifth in the 1,600 meters in last year's state track championships, made recruiting trips to Georgetown, Villanova and Arkansas before choosing the Southeastern Conference school. "I knew I wanted to go to Arkansas from the start," Wilson said. "But it was a matter of them offering me (a large enough scholarship)."
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December 5, 1992 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The wait is over. After winning 27 races between them this season--including two state titles--seniors Margarito Casillas of Hoover High and Ryan Wilson of Agoura will finally meet, running today in the Kinney West regional at Woodward Park in Fresno. Casillas, who won the state Division I title at Woodward Park last week, is undefeated in 16 races; Wilson, the state Division II champion, is 11-0. The race serves as a qualifier for next week's national championships at San Diego's Morley Field.
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June 19, 1996 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some people might be obsessed with quick fixes and instant gratification, but don't put University of Arkansas distance runner Ryan Wilson in that company. Wilson, a 1993 graduate of Agoura High and the No. 2-ranked 5,000-meter runner in the nation entering the qualifying heats tonight of the U.S. Olympic track and field trials in Atlanta, is prepared to plug away for years in pursuit of athletic excellence.
NEWS
February 12, 2000 | KIM MURPHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bonnie Jouhari and her daughter have been running for more than a year. But when you're running from a neo-Nazi Internet site that called for the outspoken housing activist to be hanged from the nearest tree, there's nowhere to hide. Terrified by the cybervenom and the campaign of threats it inspired, the two stuffed everything they could into their car 15 months ago and left their Pennsylvania home for a new beginning in suburban Seattle.
SPORTS
June 13, 2001 | John Ortega
Bill Duley of Agoura High, among the most successful cross-country coaches in Southern Section history, is retiring after 16 years. Duley, 44, said he lacked the time and energy to continue to coach cross-country and track. Agoura won three consecutive state Division I girls' titles from 1990-92 and Charger runners Bryan Dameworth, Ryan Wilson, Deena Drossin and Amy Skieresz combined to win nine individual state titles under Duley.
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March 25, 1993 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ryan Wilson of Agoura High, the 1992 state Division II cross-country champion, has made a commitment to attend Arkansas. Wilson, who finished fifth in the 1,600 meters in last year's state track championships, made recruiting trips to Georgetown, Villanova and Arkansas before choosing the Southeastern Conference school. "I knew I wanted to go to Arkansas from the start," Wilson said. "But it was a matter of them offering me (a large enough scholarship)."
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December 5, 1992 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The wait is over. After winning 27 races between them this season--including two state titles--seniors Margarito Casillas of Hoover High and Ryan Wilson of Agoura will finally meet, running today in the Kinney West regional at Woodward Park in Fresno. Casillas, who won the state Division I title at Woodward Park last week, is undefeated in 16 races; Wilson, the state Division II champion, is 11-0. The race serves as a qualifier for next week's national championships at San Diego's Morley Field.
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October 6, 1991 | MIKE GLAZE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jeff Wilson finally got the upper hand against Ryan Wilson. Sort of. After taking a back seat to Ryan Wilson of Agoura High in the Woodbridge cross-country invitational two weeks ago, Jeff Wilson of Newbury Park got revenge Saturday against his Marmonte League foe. Jeff Wilson timed 15 minutes 13 seconds over the three-mile course at Crescenta Valley Park to win the boys' Division II race in the Kenny Staub invitational and beat Ryan Wilson's winning time of 15:19 in the Division I race.
SPORTS
October 10, 1987
I was ecstatic when I heard that Don Drysdale was returing to the Dodgers. The front office, I thought, was really serious about next season. Then the delight turned to disappointment. He's coming back as a broadcaster. RYAN WILSON La Mirada
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October 30, 1992
The Thousand Oaks High boys' cross-country team, fresh off its upset win in last week's Mt. San Antonio College invitational, is heavily favored to win the Ventura County championships today at Lake Casitas. The Lancers, led by junior Brandon Del Campo, will try to win their first county title since 1986, also the last time they won a Southern Section title. Agoura's Ryan Wilson is favored to win the individual title.
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March 10, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
Park rangers rescued four hikers who had become stranded in snow in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. One was airlifted to a hospital. The sick hiker, Matthew Schultz, was in stable condition after treatment for hypothermia. The others, identified as Ivan Saldarriaga, Bryan Hendricks and Ryn McCall, were well enough to hike out with rangers. "They were in pretty bad shape," said Ryan Wilson, 26, one of a group of backpackers who helped the men.
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