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October 25, 1992 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
Artist George Yepes will open a free art academy at Salesian High School next month for students from throughout the county who have proven their interest and talent in the subject.
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SPORTS
October 26, 1986 | HEATHER HAFNER
The carnival-like atmosphere at Harvard High's homecoming game was no distraction for Saracen running back Andy Bell, who kept his eyes on the field and the ball tucked to his side in leading Harvard to a 31-16 Sante Fe League victory Saturday afternoon over Salesian. Bell went over the 1,000-yard mark in rushing with 158 yards on 15 carries. He scored on runs of 13 and 45 yards in front of a overflow crowd.
NEWS
October 4, 1992 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
The Salesian Boys & Girls Club, credited with being instrumental in keeping peace on the Eastside during the April-May riots, is facing staff cuts in part because money is being diverted for riot relief, club officials said. Funding reductions from the United Way--14.75% last year and 38.76% this year--have forced the club to figure out new ways to meet its weekly payroll.
SPORTS
January 29, 1988 | Steve Elling and Lauren Peterson
Andy Connolly scored 15 points and teammates John Carolan and Steve Hurdle each added 10 as Chaminade cruised to a 71-52 victory over Salesian in a Santa Fe League game at Chaminade on Thursday night. The victory gave the Eagles a 7-2 record in league play and set up a showdown with first-place Cathedral (8-1) at Chaminade on Saturday night. Chaminade (12-6) took a 20-3 lead in the first quarter by forcing six Salesian turnovers with a stifling full-court zone press.
NEWS
April 3, 1994 | ENRIQUE LAVIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Without playing even one league match, the Salesian High volleyball squad is already preparing to make a better showing in this season's playoffs. Last week, the Mustangs traveled to Las Vegas where they finished 2-5 in two days of competition. But the preseason record isn't what counts. "Our main concern is going higher (in the post season)," said Mustang Coach George Rodriguez, who started the volleyball program six years ago.
SPORTS
November 17, 1993 | ERIC SHEPARD
The football teams from Cathedral and Salesian high schools met last Thursday night in a regular-season finale. Since a berth in the playoffs was on the line, a big crowd would normally have been expected. But when the teams lined up for the national anthem, the bleachers were empty. There were plenty of fans who wanted to be there but, for this game, fans were not allowed. The gates were locked and several police officers were on hand to make sure there would be no problems.
SPORTS
August 7, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Justin Torres, the cross country coach at L.A. Salesian, has been honored as the Inspiring Coach of the Year by Brooks Running Company. Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
SPORTS
March 27, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
Representatives from the Catholic Athletic Assn. approved new leagues on Thursday, and for football only, L.A. Salesian was put in a league with Loyola, Bishop Amat and Gardena Serra. Salesian will appeal the decision to the Southern Section. Salesian won the Northeast Division last season. That's considered Division XIII in strength. Salesian has been adding transfer students in recent years, alienating some of its member schools, and that probably helped influence other schools to vote in favor of adding Salesian to the more powerful league.
SPORTS
September 6, 2013 | By Kevin Baxter
Los Angeles Salesian High teammates who went on to become first-round picks in successive Major League Soccer drafts will square off Sunday at the StubHub Center when midfielder Carlos Alvarez and Chivas USA plays host to midfielder Luis Silva and D.C. United. The game won't have an influence on the MLS standings since both teams are last in their respective divisions -- Chivas, at 5-15-7 is in the Western Conference cellar while D.C. United owns the league's worst record at 3-18-5.
NEWS
January 1, 1989 | MICHAEL NORTON, Associated Press
The expulsion of a radical slum priest from his ecclesiastic order has silenced Haiti's most influential voice for the rights of the nation's poor. In expelling Father Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the conservative Salesian Order accused the populist Roman Catholic cleric of fomenting class warfare, calling him a "protagonist of destabilization." His ouster was announced Dec. 15 in a statement from Rome.
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