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December 29, 1996 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The last of Scott Von der Ahe's four-syllable last name was not yet out and already the NFL executive was talking about the Arizona State inside linebacker. "Oh, yeah, we know about him," said Billy Devaney, the Chargers' director of player personnel. "His size, really that's about the only question there is about him. Because of his size (6 feet, 250 pounds), everybody's going to be comparing him to Zach Thomas, the linebacker last year from Texas Tech. Production-wise, he's on par with Thomas."
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April 22, 1997 | CHRIS FOSTER
Scott von der Ahe was a bit surprised when the Indianapolis Colts made him their sixth-round choice during the NFL draft last weekend. "I didn't talk to the Colts much before," said the former Mission Viejo High and Saddleback College standout, who played linebacker at Arizona State. "I talked to a lot of other teams--including the Cowboys, the Eagles and Jets--but I didn't know that the Colts needed linebackers." Von der Ahe was one of five former county players selected by NFL teams.
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April 22, 1997 | CHRIS FOSTER
Scott von der Ahe was a bit surprised when the Indianapolis Colts made him their sixth-round choice during the NFL draft last weekend. "I didn't talk to the Colts much before," said the former Mission Viejo High and Saddleback College standout, who played linebacker at Arizona State. "I talked to a lot of other teams--including the Cowboys, the Eagles and Jets--but I didn't know that the Colts needed linebackers." Von der Ahe was one of five former county players selected by NFL teams.
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December 29, 1996 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The last of Scott Von der Ahe's four-syllable last name was not yet out and already the NFL executive was talking about the Arizona State inside linebacker. "Oh, yeah, we know about him," said Billy Devaney, the Chargers' director of player personnel. "His size, really that's about the only question there is about him. Because of his size (6 feet, 250 pounds), everybody's going to be comparing him to Zach Thomas, the linebacker last year from Texas Tech. Production-wise, he's on par with Thomas."
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November 24, 1993
Scott von der Ahe of Saddleback was named defensive player of the year, and Orange Coast's Jeff Clayton and Fullerton's Ryan Roskelly shared offensive player of the year honors when the All-Mission Conference Central Division football teams were announced Tuesday. Von der Ahe, a sophomore linebacker from Mission Viejo High School, had 119 tackles including 15 sacks. He finished his two-year career as Saddleback's all-time leader in tackles (206) and sacks (22 1/2).
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November 10, 1993
Golden West, So. Football / Running back For much of Saturday night, Senteno looked like he was on the way to his worst night as a college running back. He was held to 28 yards through three quarters and the Rustlers trailed Rancho Santiago, 14-3. But Senteno broke loose for 127 yards and three touchdowns in the fourth quarter of a 24-14 victory. He scored on runs of one, 29, and 80 yards.
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October 15, 1995 | From Associated Press
Robert Nycz's 20-yard field goal put Arizona State ahead to stay, and linebacker Scott Von Der Ahe returned an interception 31 yards for a touchdown with 48 seconds remaining to seal a 29-21 victory over Brigham Young on Saturday night. The Sun Devils (3-4) trailed, 21-13, before mounting their comeback and keeping the Cougars (2-3) from winning at Arizona State for the first time since 1965.
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September 8, 1993
1992 RECORDS OVERALL: 11-0 DIVISION: 5-0 *COACH: Ken Swearingen RECORD AT COLLEGE: 143-37-1 *RETURNING STARTERS: OFF: 1 DEF: 4 TOP RETURNERS OFF DEF YR Jerry Apana, 5-7, 165 WR -- So. Turk Ciftcikara, 6-2, 285 OL -- So. Alfredo Diaz, 6-5, 300 OL -- So. Jason Dreher, 6-2, 220 -- DL So. Aaron Herr, 6-0, 185 -- DB So. Devon Higgins, 5-10, 160 K -- So. Rod Hobbs, 6-2, 235 RB -- So. Marcus Jenkins, 5-10, 180 -- DB So. Bernie Johnson, 6-3, 260 -- DL So. Allan Perlas, 5-7, 190 RB -- So.
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February 3, 1994 | STEVE KRESAL
Orange Coast, the dominant Orange County football team this season, also has sent the most players to four-year colleges. The Pirates (8-3) have 13 players advancing, including three to Pac-10 schools. OCC's Justin Sogoian, who led the Mission Conference in punting, signed with UCLA. Israel Ifeanya, a defensive end from Nigeria, is going to USC. Anthoni Davis, a defensive back, is headed for Arizona State.
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September 8, 1992
1991 RECORDS OVERALL: 10-1 DIVISION: 5-0 COACH: Ken Swearingen RECORD AT COLLEGE: 132-37-1 RETURNING STARTERS OFF: 8 DEF: 2 TOP RETURNERS OFF DEF YR David Ackermann, 6-2, 260 OL -- So. Bernie Chapman, 6-2, 185 -- DB So. Marcellus Chrishon, 5-10, 180 RB -- So. Beau LeBreton, 6-0, 195 -- DB So. Dushaun Marks, 6-0, 225 RB -- So. Jeff Pease, 6-3, 245 -- LB So. Dave Poltl, 5-10, 170 WR -- So. Doug Roberson, 5-9, 165 PK -- So. Tim Snowden, 6-1, 185 QB -- So. Chris Sulages, 6-3, 280 OL -- So.
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November 24, 1993
Scott von der Ahe of Saddleback was named defensive player of the year, and Orange Coast's Jeff Clayton and Fullerton's Ryan Roskelly shared offensive player of the year honors when the All-Mission Conference Central Division football teams were announced Tuesday. Von der Ahe, a sophomore linebacker from Mission Viejo High School, had 119 tackles including 15 sacks. He finished his two-year career as Saddleback's all-time leader in tackles (206) and sacks (22 1/2).
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July 8, 1992
Chris Hunt has signed a free-agent contract with the Angels and has reported to the team's Rookie League club in Boise, Ida., said Bob Hunt, his father. Hunt, who graduated from Orange Lutheran in 1987, hit .338 with 34 runs batted in and six home runs last season at Cal Poly Pomona. He was a first-team All-California Collegiate Athletic Assn. catcher and was named the school's male athlete of the year.
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December 14, 1996
Orange County athletes will have a say in most of the college football bowl games played this holiday season.
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