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June 9, 1989
After watching the turmoil in China unfold on the evening news, student members of the California Scholastic Federation at El Toro High School collected $1,000 from students and faculty as a Red Cross donation to forward to China. "Students were really concerned, and I think we've learned just how lucky we are here in the United States," said Sara Bone, a CSF representative. The students conducted the drive Thursday after they became interested during a talk about the events in China with their adviser, William Bailey, who also teaches history at the high school.
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April 28, 1990 | DONNA CARTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This is the time of year when some athletically gifted high school basketball seniors make news because the 360 degrees in their turnaround jump shots are greater than the number of points they scored on their college entrance exams. Not so for Sara Bone of El Toro High School. Bone, a starting forward for the South team in the 25th Orange County All-Star basketball game at 4 p.m. today at Cal State Fullerton, has the grades to go anywhere she wants.
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April 28, 1990 | DONNA CARTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This is the time of year when some athletically gifted high school basketball seniors make news because the 360 degrees in their turnaround jump shots are greater than the number of points they scored on their college entrance exams. Not so for Sara Bone of El Toro High School. Bone, a starting forward for the South team in the 25th Orange County All-Star basketball game at 4 p.m. today at Cal State Fullerton, has the grades to go anywhere she wants.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 9, 1989
After watching the turmoil in China unfold on the evening news, student members of the California Scholastic Federation at El Toro High School collected $1,000 from students and faculty as a Red Cross donation to forward to China. "Students were really concerned, and I think we've learned just how lucky we are here in the United States," said Sara Bone, a CSF representative. The students conducted the drive Thursday after they became interested during a talk about the events in China with their adviser, William Bailey, who also teaches history at the high school.
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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.
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January 21, 1990
Julie Workman had 18 points to lead Fountain Valley to a 66-58 victory over Long Beach Poly in a nonleague girls' basketball game Saturday night at Edison High School. Shanna Wilson scored 16 points, Jennifer Barbaro had 12 and Julie Murdent added 10 for Fountain Valley (13-7). In nonleague girls' basketball: El Toro 92, Trabuco Hills 63--Sara Bone had 33 points and nine rebounds and Danielle Silva added 23 points and nine rebounds for visiting El Toro (16-5).
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December 16, 1989
Tammy Blackburn had 25 points to lead Brea-Olinda High School to a 75-37 victory over Esperanza Friday in a championship semifinal game of the Brea-Olinda girls' basketball tournament. Jinelle Williams had 19 points and 10 rebounds for Brea-Olinda, which improved its record to 7-0 and extended its winning streak to 29 games, tying a record set in the 1984-1985 season.
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January 14, 1990
Brea-Olinda High School, the top-ranked girls' basketball team in the state, won its 39th consecutive game Saturday with a 58-48 victory over 10th-ranked John Muir of Pasadena. Aimee McDaniel scored 14 points for host Brea (17-0). Teammate Tammy Blackburn added 12. Rose Jong of Muir (15-4) had a game-high 19 points, including four three-pointers.
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December 17, 1988
Kristin Bebis made 2 free throws with 40 seconds to give El Toro High School a 51-50 overtime victory over Mater Dei Friday in the third-place semifinals of the Savanna girls' basketball tournament at Savanna High School. Bebis also made an off-balance 12-foot jump shot at the buzzer to tie the score, 49-49, and send the game into overtime. She finished with 21 points and 11 rebounds. The Chargers (7-1) trailed, 41-30, entering the fourth quarter, but outscored Mater Dei (6-2), 19-8.
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December 14, 1989
Karie Yoshioka scored 20 points and had seven assists to lead El Toro High School to a 59-49 victory over Alemany Wednesday in the championship quarterfinal round of the Brea-Olinda High School girls' basketball tournament. Sara Bone had 15 points and 13 rebounds and Tracy Heiser had 11 points for El Toro, which plays Palmdale at 8 p.m. Friday in one championship semifinal.
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January 19, 1990 | DONNA CARTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Oh, the intangibles of athletic performance. Who knows why a basketball player's game goes up a level? It could be that the athlete has grown more confident, gotten healthier or switched from Twinkies to Ding Dongs. In Karie Yoshioka's case, it's a bit of all three, though granted, the switch from Twinkies to Ding Dongs and her emergence this season as one of Orange County's top point guards could be coincidental.
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December 16, 1987
Dee Dee Stigar scored 15 points and had 7 assists to help Marina High School defeat Esperanza, 54-29, Tuesday in a girls' basketball game in the Savanna tournament. Center Dawn Charroin had 14 points and 11 rebounds, and Liberty Brewster had 11 points for Marina (7-1), which led from the start. Karin Davidson led Esperanza (4-4) with 12 points. In other Savanna tournament games: El Toro 58, La Quinta 53--Elaine Youngs led the Chargers with 26 points and Sara Bone had 13.
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