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November 12, 2000 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
Teenagers roll their eyes and act incredulous when 135-pound Scott Jensen tells them he plays quarterback for Birmingham High. Even adults have a hard time taking him seriously. Examine the reaction of first-year Coach Ed Croson last spring when Jensen introduced himself for the first time. "OK, umm, you're pretty small," Croson said. New quarterback coach Tyler Fenwick didn't know what to think. "I didn't believe this was going to be our quarterback," Fenwick said.
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November 3, 2001 | Mike Bresnahan
Van Nuys Birmingham 28, Chatsworth 23--The Patriots remembered all too well that Chatsworth ruined their undefeated regular season last year in Week 10. The Patriots trailed at halftime, 23-7, but rallied behind three touchdown passes in the third quarter by Scott Jensen to keep alive an undefeated season. Jensen completed 17 of 24 passes for 299 yards and four touchdowns for Birmingham (8-0, 4-0).
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September 27, 2001 | Eric Sondheimer
Van Nuys Birmingham (2-0) at San Fernando (2-0), Friday, 7 p.m. These two City Section schools are trying to make a statement, each attempting to prove it's a title contender. Birmingham has routed two weak opponents and returns running back Kevin McCleary, who was suspended for an off-season fight. The Patriots possess tremendous team speed and have an experienced quarterback in Scott Jensen, who has thrown eight touchdown passes without an interception.
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September 27, 2001 | Eric Sondheimer
Van Nuys Birmingham (2-0) at San Fernando (2-0), Friday, 7 p.m. These two City Section schools are trying to make a statement, each attempting to prove it's a title contender. Birmingham has routed two weak opponents and returns running back Kevin McCleary, who was suspended for an off-season fight. The Patriots possess tremendous team speed and have an experienced quarterback in Scott Jensen, who has thrown eight touchdown passes without an interception.
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September 23, 2000 | GILLEE SHERMAN
Birmingham 28, Reseda 14--Kevin McCleary rushed for 98 yards in 13 carries and two touchdowns for the Patriots (3-0) at Reseda. McCleary scored on runs of one and 21 yards, both in the first quarter. Scott Jensen passed for 171 yards and a touchdown, completing 10 of 15. Eddie Robinson rushed for 128 yards in 28 carries for Reseda (2-1). He ran for one touchdown and caught another. Defensive back John Walker of Birmingham returned an interception 69 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter.
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May 28, 1992 | DENNIS McLELLAN, Dennis McLellan is a Times staff writer who covers comedy regularly for O.C. Live!
Disneyland, says comedian Scott Jensen in his act, is "trying to do its part to kind of defuse the street gang problem in L.A. by offering jobs to gang members." "I can see something going very wrong here, can't you?" he says, picturing Mickey Mouse absent-mindedly wandering into Tomorrowland: "Hey, yo, Mickey, I thought we told you not to come around this side of the park no more. Hey, yo, Scissors, cut this mouse." Then, of course, Mickey will have to form his own gang, says Jensen.
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February 2, 1997 | EFRAIN HERNANDEZ JR., TIMES STAFF WRITER
With each slow, determined step, William Jensen moves farther from death's door. Using his scarred right hand to push a metal walker, the burly Glendale firefighter who was overtaken by flames as he battled the Calabasas/Malibu brush fire in the fall shuffles his way down a hospital corridor. His broad chest is covered in a scarlet dressing that serves as a scab to help healing.
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October 14, 2000 | JASON DOMINGUEZ
Birmingham 49, El Camino Real 20--Scott Jensen completed 11 of 18 passes for 308 yards and four touchdowns at Birmingham. Jensen connected with Chad Green on scoring passes of five and 88 yards. He threw scoring passes of 52 yards to Ramal Porter and 84 yards to John Walker. Kevin McCleary of Birmingham carried 15 times for 108 yards and scored on touchdown runs of three and 24 yards.
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November 12, 2000 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
Teenagers roll their eyes and act incredulous when 135-pound Scott Jensen tells them he plays quarterback for Birmingham High. Even adults have a hard time taking him seriously. Examine the reaction of first-year Coach Ed Croson last spring when Jensen introduced himself for the first time. "OK, umm, you're pretty small," Croson said. New quarterback coach Tyler Fenwick didn't know what to think. "I didn't believe this was going to be our quarterback," Fenwick said.
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February 2, 1997 | EFRAIN HERNANDEZ JR., TIMES STAFF WRITER
With each slow, determined step, William Jensen moves farther from death's door. Using his scarred right hand to push a metal walker, the burly Glendale firefighter who was overtaken by flames as he battled the Calabasas/Malibu brush fire in the fall shuffles his way down a hospital corridor. His broad chest is covered in a scarlet dressing that serves as a scab to help healing.
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May 28, 1992 | DENNIS McLELLAN, Dennis McLellan is a Times staff writer who covers comedy regularly for O.C. Live!
Disneyland, says comedian Scott Jensen in his act, is "trying to do its part to kind of defuse the street gang problem in L.A. by offering jobs to gang members." "I can see something going very wrong here, can't you?" he says, picturing Mickey Mouse absent-mindedly wandering into Tomorrowland: "Hey, yo, Mickey, I thought we told you not to come around this side of the park no more. Hey, yo, Scissors, cut this mouse." Then, of course, Mickey will have to form his own gang, says Jensen.
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