February 22, 1992 |
San Dieguito High School named Trace Deneke its new varsity football coach Friday. Deneke, a former Marine who once had a tryout with the Dallas Cowboys, has been an assistant the past two years at El Camino High School, which has won the San Diego Section 2-A championship. Before coaching at the running backs at El Camino, he was an assistant coach at Oceanside. "His leadership skills are incredible and he has a dynamic personality," said Terry Calen, athletic director.
March 7, 1991 |
When the final whistle blew ending the second and final 15-minute sudden-death overtime period of a soccer game for the girls' Division I Section championship, the Poway Titans cheered frantically. The San Dieguito Mustangs hung their heads. The game had ended in a 0-0 tie. So guess which team held a 22-1-1 record and had beaten the other in three games during the season? Guess which team had never scored off the other in those three games?
February 2, 1992
As though there was any doubt which school in San Diego County had the best dual-meet wrestling team, the matter was decided Saturday when Poway--ranked fourth in the nation--beat San Dieguito, 58-0, in the finals of the Section Dual Meet Championships at Escondido High School.
April 5, 1990
San Dieguito High named Marty Albert its second head football coach in less than a month Wednesday. He replaced Dave Rudolph, who resigned on Monday. Albert compiled a 120-95-4 record in a 17-year career that included 10 years at Strongsville, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland, and Los Alamos, New Mexico.
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January 16, 1988 |
A star football player at San Dieguito High School was sentenced Friday to serve up to eight months in a Probation Department camp for juvenile offenders--the toughest sentence meted out to any of the five juveniles who pleaded guilty in a series of North County beatings. The 17-year-old senior was ordered by Judge William Pate to report Feb. 1 to the juvenile camp in Campo, as well as to pay $1,000 restitution to his victims and perform 200 hours of community service.
November 22, 1986
Greg August scored two touchdowns to lead San Dieguito over Morse at San Dieguito. Morse trailed 12-7 just before the half and had driven to the one yard line, but sophomore quarterback Michael Lira fumbled and San Dieguito recovered. Morse (6-4-1) took a 14-12 led early in the second half, but San Dieguito (9-2-0) took the lead for good on an August run.