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December 8, 2004 | From Times Staff Reports
A police officer was placed on paid administrative leave Tuesday, pending a review of his fatal shooting of a woman outside a grocery store in the 3900 block of Chicago Avenue. Authorities said Officer Ryan Wilson fired several rounds at the woman Monday night after she rammed him with her car.
April 20, 1997 | JOHN ORTEGA
Regina Jacobs of the Mizuno track club, a 1981 graduate of what is now Campbell Hall High, made a victorious debut in the women's 5,000 meters in the Mt. San Antonio College Relays on Saturday night. Jacobs, a three-time Olympian in the 1,500, ran second or third most of the race before running her final 200 in 29.9 seconds to clock 15:44.50 in the first 5,000 of her career. Canadian Kathy Butler of the Wisconsin Madison track club was second in 15:47.81.
October 10, 1992 | JOHN ORTEGA
Margarito Casillas of Hoover High and Ryan Wilson of Agoura, both undefeated, will duel today in the Kenny Staub cross-country invitational at Crescenta Valley Park. Casillas finished fifth in last year's Kinney national championships, and Wilson was the runner-up in the state Division II championships. They will meet in the boys' Division I race, which starts at 9:50 a.m. Agoura, the top-ranked team in the nation, heads the list of entries in the girls' Division I race, which starts at 9:15.
June 2, 1993 | JOHN ORTEGA
Kristie Camp of Agoura High, one of the region's top 800-meter runners for the past three years, will continue her running career at Arkansas. Camp, who has personal bests of 2 minutes 13.21 seconds in the 800 and 4:40.83 in the 1,500, took recruiting trips to Brigham Young and Arkansas before choosing the Southeastern Conference school.
December 8, 1991 | KIRBY LEE
Milena Glusac of Fallbrook High and Margarito Casillas of Glendale Hoover ran to victory at the Kinney Western Regional cross-country championships Saturday in Fresno. Glusac led from the start and won the girls race by 12 seconds over runner-up Heidi Van Borkulo of Seattle Blanchet in 17 minutes 11 seconds over the 5,000-meter course. Casillas won the boys race in 15:02, holding off Newbury Park's Jeff Wilson (15:05) and Agoura's Ryan Wilson (15:07).
September 22, 2002 | John Ortega
Juniors Michael Haddan of Irvine Woodbridge and Liza Pasciuto of Murrieta Valley had the top individual boys' and girls' times in the Woodbridge Invitational cross-country meet on Saturday. Haddan, defending state champion in the 800 meters, outkicked Babey Wagnew of La Mesa Helix to win the Division II junior boys' race with a 14-minute 25-second clocking over the flat three-mile course.
Jeff Wilson of Newbury Park High, Ryan Wilson of Agoura, Angel Martinez of San Gabriel, Corey Ihmels of Williston, N.D., and Jama Bile of Fork Union, Va., will renew their rivalry in the boys' mile in the Sunkist Invitational indoor track and field meet today at the Sports Arena. When the quintet last raced, in December, Ihmels won the Kinney national cross-country title. Jeff Wilson finished second in the 5,000-meter race and Martinez placed fourth.
Last season Madera High defeated Hart in the Stanford and Mt. San Antonio College cross-country invitationals before the Indians ended the Central Section school's bid for an undefeated season in the state championships. The running shoe is on the other foot in the state meet today at Woodward Park. Hart beat Madera in the Stanford and Mt. SAC meets this fall, but the Coyotes have improved throughout the season. Hart, ranked No.
May 6, 1994
In other conference games: Fullerton 8, Orange Coast 4--Host Fullerton had 11 hits, seven for extra bases, in a victory that stopped a seven-game losing streak. Ryan Wilson had two triples, and Dan Bergmann and Jon Gardiikis had two doubles each for Fullerton. Riverside 16, Rancho Santiago 4--Mel Motley had a three-run triple and a two-run double for host Riverside (30-9, 17-6). Jason Minici had a home run for Rancho Santiago (31-11, 14-9).
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