March 22, 2000
* The San Fernando Valley Football Coaches Assn. will hold a free coaching clinic each Thursday night in April at Bassco Sports Goods, 7541 Woodman Place, Van Nuys. The first clinic is scheduled for 7 p.m., April 6, and will feature tight ends coach Gary Bernardi of UCLA. Other speakers include Cal Lutheran Coach Scott Squires, USC assistants Dennis Thurman and Brian Schottenheimer, and Cal State Northridge Coach Jeff Kearin.
November 2, 1996
How sweet it is: When the Cal Lutheran football team scores, everybody's sweet tooth gets satisfied by Karsten Lundring, the father-in-law of first-year Kingsmen Coach Scott Squires. Lundring, a 1965 graduate of Cal Lutheran, has supported Kingsmen football for more than 30 years. His tradition of hurling candy into the air when Cal Lutheran scores began about 13 years ago. "They scored a touchdown and I had a pack of candy with me that I threw, and it's been a tradition ever since."
January 25, 2000 |
Scott Squires isn't sure whether he won or lost. All he knows is he's still happy. The Cal Lutheran football coach was one of two finalists for an opening at Humboldt State, a growing Division II program that will offer scholarships for the first time next season. Dave Atkins, a former assistant at Humboldt and Nevada, got the job, in part because Humboldt administrators weren't totally convinced Squires wanted to uproot his family and head to Arcata. "They hired the right guy," Squires said.
April 3, 1997
Jud Keim, secondary and special teams coach for the Cal Lutheran football team last season, has been named the Kingsmen's defensive coordinator by Coach Scott Squires. Keim, 33, replaces Bryan Marmion, who left to become head coach at Texas Lutheran. In another move, offensive line coach Ben McEnroe will also serve as the team's recruiting coordinator. New Longhorn: Montclair Prep senior Tamra Freedman has committed to attend Texas on a softball scholarship.
March 24, 2013 |
This should be a golden age for visual effects in movies. Thanks to the box office success of movies such as "The Avengers" and "Life of Pi," demand for visual effects has never been greater. Studios are spending $100 million or more to put ever more stunning digital images on the big screen. But the companies that create the computer-generated imagery for those blockbusters are struggling as a rising tide of globalization and runaway production takes a toll on an industry that California pioneered.
January 22, 2000
Monroe High School wrestler Arthur Bryan could get a chance to avenge his only loss of the season during today's San Fernando tournament. The 215-pound Bryan, who is 29-1 with 25 pins, lost to John Cordero of Mira Costa, 7-0, in the final of the North Torrance tournament two weeks ago. "I wasn't wrestling to my full capabilities in the final of the North Torrance tournament," Bryan said. "[At San Fernando] I expect to wrestle to my full capabilities."