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June 26, 1999 | WILLIAM LOBDELL
In the beginning--1991--there were losses of biblical proportions. Huntington Beach High beat them 72-0. Westminster High took them 53-8. Edison crushed them 45-12. And though they were an easy win, coaches didn't like to schedule meets with Santa Ana High School wrestlers because of their reputation as vandals and thieves. It got so bad during his first season as Santa Ana High's wrestling coach that Scott Glabb gave up on winning.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1999 | WILLIAM LOBDELL
In the beginning--1991--there were losses of biblical proportions. Huntington Beach High beat them 72-0. Westminster High took them 53-8. Edison crushed them 45-12. And though they were an easy win, coaches didn't like to schedule meets with Santa Ana High School wrestlers because of their reputation as vandals and thieves. It got so bad during his first season as Santa Ana High's wrestling coach that Scott Glabb gave up on winning.
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SPORTS
May 11, 1990
Scott Glabb, Marina High School wrestling coach, has resigned, Marina Athletic Director Larry Doyle said Thursday. Glabb's wrestling post was a part-time position and he resigned to pursue a full-time position elsewhere.
SPORTS
March 31, 1998 | ERIK HAMILTON
Tony Perez of Santa Ana High defeated Michael Roberts of North Carolina to win the 103-pound title in the National High School Championships Saturday at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Santa Ana Coach Scott Glabb said. Perez, who had two pins during the two-day meet, beat Roberts, 6-2. In the same meet, Calvary Chapel's Mike Bigrigg finished second after losing to Utah state champion Justin Ruiz, 4-3, at 189 pounds in the final. Bigrigg's teammate Josh Saul (215 pounds) finished sixth.
SPORTS
December 1, 1995
Coach: Scott Glabb (sixth year). 1994-95: 24-3, 4-0 in the the Golden West League; came out strong but stumbled at the end of the season, finishing a disappointing sixth at the Southern Section Division III finals. Key returners: Ignacio Bahena, Sr., 119; Luis Godinez, Sr., 145; Jose Morales, Jr., 130; Sadie Morales, Sr., 125; Octavio Olivares, Sr., 140; Tony Perez, So., 103; Fernando Serratos, Jr., 112. Key newcomers: Alazro Lopez, Sr., 135; Sam Pena, Jr., 189; Jose Sagrero, Jr., 215.
SPORTS
February 23, 1995 | DAN RUTHEMEYER
Santa Ana took its best shot at the Division III dual-meet team wrestling championships Wednesday night against Atascadero but came up short. The Saints did manage to throw a scare into the top-seeded Greyhounds before falling, 39-25, at Atascadero High. "We wrestled so well," Santa Ana Coach Scott Glabb said, "I'm not disappointed at all. I'm proud of these kids."
SPORTS
January 20, 1995 | ERIK HAMILTON
Two weeks ago, Santa Ana Coach Scott Glabb took some of his wrestlers to watch Calvary Chapel wrestle Temecula Valley. As Glabb put it: "I wanted them to see that Calvary Chapel was not made up of supermen and that its wrestlers look just like them. I wanted to boost their confidence." Well, Santa Ana got its chance Thursday night to compete against Calvary Chapel, but unfortunately for the Saints, their field trip didn't do the trick. Calvary Chapel, ranked first in the state, defeated No.
SPORTS
December 6, 1996
Coach: Scott Glabb (seventh year). 1995-96: 21-3 overall, 4-0 in the Golden West League; the Saints won their fourth league title and sent three wrestlers to state finals. Key returners: Jacob La Roche, 171, Jr.; Jose Morales, 135, Sr.; Tony Perez, 103, Jr.; Fernando Serratos, 112, Sr. Key newcomers: Frolian Gonzalez, 125, Jr.; Mauricio Juaguin, 140, Jr.; Jose Najera, 112/119, So.; Rudy Rosell, 145, Jr.
SPORTS
March 16, 1996 | DAN ARRITT
Santa Ana wrestling Coach Scott Glabb did his best to promote Friday's Orange County All-Star Tournament at Santa Ana High. He brought in the county's top seniors and even invited a former actor to sign his photograph from the wrestling movie "Vision Quest." The combination worked for Glabb as the 38 wrestlers, and former actor Frank Jasper, kept the spectators entertained throughout the 20-match contest.
NEWS
February 15, 2000 | ERIK HAMILTON
With the expulsion of Tony Aparicio from Calvary Chapel, the Eagles enter the Southern Section Division I finals without their usual 140-pound wrestler. Granted, Calvary Chapel did just fine Saturday in the Division I dual meet championships, defeating Brawley Union, 50-15, in the final. In that event, the Eagles were allowed to use a substitute wrestler at that weight class.
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