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March 5, 1988 | JOHN ORTEGA, Times Staff Writer
Beaumont High School's 6-foot 10-inch center Scott Haskin, who was recruited by more than 150 schools before choosing Oregon State during the early signing period, scored a career-high 58 points Friday night at Yucaipa to lead the Cougars to an 80-66 victory over Bell-Jeff of Burbank for its first Southern Section boys' 1-A title. Haskin had been held to a season-low 18 points in Beaumont's 51-46 semifinal victory over Cathedral Tuesday.
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January 17, 1993 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After practice Friday night, the UCLA basketball team braved freezing temperatures to give its bus a push start. In the second half Saturday, it was the Bruins who needed a boost. Oregon State made 58.3% of its shots after halftime and defeated UCLA, 79-73, before a crowd of 9,632 in Gill Coliseum.
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November 27, 1992 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Larry Bird, Vlade Divac, Moses Malone. That's good company for a 22-year-old basketball player. Except when the common thread is back surgery. Scott Haskin, Oregon State's center, remembers how the pain began in earnest after an awkward landing during a pickup game his sophomore year. It started as a backache and got worse. "Back pain is very deceptive," he said. "Sometimes you think you'll be all right, and other times you'll be on your deathbed, so to speak.
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November 27, 1992 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Larry Bird, Vlade Divac, Moses Malone. That's good company for a 22-year-old basketball player. Except when the common thread is back surgery. Scott Haskin, Oregon State's center, remembers how the pain began in earnest after an awkward landing during a pickup game his sophomore year. It started as a backache and got worse. "Back pain is very deceptive," he said. "Sometimes you think you'll be all right, and other times you'll be on your deathbed, so to speak.
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January 17, 1993 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After practice Friday night, the UCLA basketball team braved freezing temperatures to give its bus a push start. In the second half Saturday, it was the Bruins who needed a boost. Oregon State made 58.3% of its shots after halftime and defeated UCLA, 79-73, before a crowd of 9,632 in Gill Coliseum.
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March 12, 1993 | From Associated Press
Brian Hendrick scored eight points during a late 11-4 run Thursday night, helping California to a 78-72 victory over Oregon State at Corvallis, Ore. The victory was the fifth in a row for the Bears, who are 18-8 overall and 11-6 in the Pacific 10 Conference, tied for second place with UCLA with one game to play and in position to attract a bid to the NCAA tournament.
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January 14, 1990 | From Associated Press
Scott Haskin scored from underneath with one second left Saturday night as No. 22 Oregon State edged Oregon, 69-67, in a Pacific 10 Conference game at Eugene, Ore. Gary Payton, who scored 30 points, had given the Beavers their first lead of the game, 63-62, on a field goal and free throw with 3:28 left. Payton dominated the last 4:30 to keep the Beavers undefeated in conference play. His free throw tied the score for the first time at 58-58 after a foul by Oregon's Terrell Brandon.
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March 9, 1988
Bishop's High School outscored Immanuel, 19-10, in the fourth quarter for a 51-48 victory in a Southern California Regional Division V boys' basketball game at Reedley. Bishop's, 23-1 and the fourth seed, overcame foul trouble in the first half to defeat fifth-seeded Immanuel (18-8). "We were a little timid in the first three quarters, and we played timid in the (San Diego Section) final," Bishop's Coach Ren Marquette said. "We just decided to take the ball inside.
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February 19, 1990 | From Associated Press
Gary Payton scored 26 points, 19 in the first half, to lead No. 16 Oregon State past Washington State, 83-63, Sunday in a Pacific 10 Conference basketball game. Oregon State (19-4, 12-2 in the Pac-10) handed Washington State (7-18, 1-14) its 14th consecutive loss, a school record. The Beavers held a 17-point lead when Payton took a breather with 1:25 left in the first half. The margin stretched to 77-55 with 3:13 left in the game.
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March 13, 1993 | From Associated Press
Arizona swingman Chris Mills was selected Pacific-10 Conference player of the year and California point guard Jason Kidd was named freshman of the year in voting by the league's 10 coaches. Also honored Friday was Lute Olson, named coach of the year for the fourth time in 10 years at Arizona. Olson guided the sixth-ranked Wildcats (23-3, 16-1) to their sixth conference title in eight years. Mills, second in the conference with a scoring average of 20.
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March 5, 1988 | JOHN ORTEGA, Times Staff Writer
Beaumont High School's 6-foot 10-inch center Scott Haskin, who was recruited by more than 150 schools before choosing Oregon State during the early signing period, scored a career-high 58 points Friday night at Yucaipa to lead the Cougars to an 80-66 victory over Bell-Jeff of Burbank for its first Southern Section boys' 1-A title. Haskin had been held to a season-low 18 points in Beaumont's 51-46 semifinal victory over Cathedral Tuesday.
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August 22, 1993 | JOHN ORTEGA
Joe Dunn, boys' basketball coach at Bell-Jeff High from 1978-90, died Saturday at Northridge Medical Center after a six-year struggle with spinal neuromuscular atrophy. The illness--which is very rare--is similar to Lou Gehrig's Disease. It impairs the nervous system's ability to function properly, which in turn leads to atrophy and deterioration of the body's muscles. Dunn, 54, guided Bell-Jeff to a pair of Santa Fe League titles during his tenure at Bell-Jeff.
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February 3, 1992 | From Associated Press
Sean Rooks scored 20 points and Arizona's ball-hawking defense did the rest as the ninth-ranked Wildcats defeated Oregon State, 86-58, in a Pacific 10 Conference game Sunday at Tucson. Arizona (15-3 overall, 5-2 in the Pac-10) held Oregon State to 37% shooting and forced 21 turnovers. The Wildcats led, 39-22, at halftime and by 26 with 14 minutes left. "We started out with defensive intensity," Arizona guard Matt Othick said. "That's the key for us.
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