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March 14, 1995 | WENDY WITHERSPOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Along a eucalyptus-lined avenue, where mansions nestle behind ivy-covered brick walls, Corvette convertibles and BMWs slip through the iron gates of Sacred Heart Preparatory. For nearly 100 years, the privileged have been educated in the serenity of this wooded, 64-acre campus that lies in the shadow of Stanford University. Recently, however, the tranquillity has been disrupted by the success of the school's girls' basketball team.
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March 14, 1995 | WENDY WITHERSPOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Along a eucalyptus-lined avenue, where mansions nestle behind ivy-covered brick walls, Corvette convertibles and BMWs slip through the iron gates of Sacred Heart Preparatory. For nearly 100 years, the privileged have been educated in the serenity of this wooded, 64-acre campus that lies in the shadow of Stanford University. Recently, however, the tranquillity has been disrupted by the success of the school's girls' basketball team.
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March 19, 1995 | WENDY WITHERSPOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The best gifts come in small packages, just ask the girls' basketball players at tiny Atherton Sacred Heart Preparatory. Sacred Heart, enrollment 288, successfully defended its Division I state title Saturday, defeating Santa Ana Mater Dei, 52-50, before 10,000 at the Oakland Coliseum Arena. It was Sacred Heart's third consecutive state title. The only girls' teams that have won more than three state titles are Brea Olinda, which has won five, and San Diego Point Loma, which has won four.
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March 15, 1995 | WENDY WITHERSPOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Along a eucalyptus-lined avenue, where mansions nestle behind ivy-covered brick walls, Corvette convertibles and BMWs slip through the iron gates of Sacred Heart Preparatory. For nearly 100 years, the privileged have been educated in the serenity of this wooded, 64-acre campus that lies in the shadow of Stanford University. Recently, however, the tranquillity has been disrupted by the success of the school's girls' basketball team.
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