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Separate investigations into allegations made by members of the girls' basketball team at San Bernardino High that racial epithets were made at them during a playoff game at Moorpark last Saturday night produced conflicting results Tuesday. Karen Craig, San Bernardino's principal, said of the approximately 30 written statements she collected from players, coaches and cheerleaders at the game that most indicated they heard or had racial epithets made at them during and after the game.
December 8, 1988
Joni Easterly scored 24 points to lead Katella High School to a 73-39 victory over Buena Park Wednesday in the semifinals of the Fullerton tournament at Fullerton High School. In the Etiwanda tournament: Tustin 74, Yucaipa 33--Deedee Anderson had 14 points and 11 steals to lead the Tillers in the championship quarterfinals.
March 31, 1995
Betty Ebert Ragotzy, 71, an actress who performed at Hollywood's Turnabout Theater and later co-founded the highly respected Barn Theater in Augusta, Mich. Born in Hitchcock, Okla., Miss Ebert grew up in Southern California, where she won the "outstanding actress" award at San Bernardino High School and later studied fine arts at UCLA. She began her involvement with Michigan theater in 1945 when she won an apprentice scholarship to work at the Kalamazoo Civic Theater.
November 13, 1991 | ROBYN NORWOOD
DeShawn Battle, a first-team all-state selection by Cal-Hi Sports, said Tuesday he plans to sign a letter of intent to play basketball at UC Irvine. Battle, a 6-foot-6 forward from San Bernardino Cajon High School who averaged 22 points, 11 rebounds and three blocked shots last year, said he probably will sign today, the first day of the early signing period. "I'm signing with UC Irvine pretty much for sure," Battle said.
November 30, 1992
Brethren Christian and top-seeded Big Bear are still searching for a site for their Southern Section Division X semifinal football game Saturday. Big Bear won the coin toss for home-field advantage, but Big Bear doesn't have lights at its home stadium and Brethren Christian wouldn't agree to play a day game, Big Bear Coach Mike Clifton said Sunday.
November 20, 1991
Joe Hannon, a 6-foot-8, 205-pound forward from Canada College in Redwood City said Tuesday he has signed a letter of intent to play basketball at UC Irvine next season. Hannon, from San Antonio, Tex., played a season at Casper (Wyo.) College, before transferring and sitting out last season. "I think it's a good situation for me," Hannon said. "This is a school on the rise."
March 1, 1989 | MIKE KENNEDY, Times Staff Writer
For Coach Scott Kay and his San Bernardino High School boys' basketball team, the problem is immense. Glendora High School's Tracy Murray is a 6-foot-8 forward. He is the nation's leading scorer--averaging 45 points a game--and the state's all-time single-season and career-scoring leader with 1,306 and 2,845 points, respectively. He plays effectively in close or on the perimeter.
September 19, 2010 | By Alison Bell
Football season has arrived, and fans around Los Angeles are already gearing up for the USC-UCLA game Dec. 4. But that's not the only "big game" around, and its hardly the longest-running college series in Southern California. That distinction falls to the Occidental Tigers and the Pomona Sagehens, which first battled on the gridiron in 1895. The Trojans and the Bruins started competing against each other only in 1929. The annual Occidental-Pomona contest is among the 10 oldest rivalries in the nation.
June 7, 1988
A San Bernardino County high school student who refused to dissect a frog in biology class because of her religion will be allowed to perform other work to improve her grade, the school's attorney said. The Victor Valley Union High School District in Victorville will inform Jenifer Graham that she may do other course work to improve the C grade she received in her sophomore biology class last year, said Joseph Arias, the district's lawyer.
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