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April 7, 2013
"Thank you, Reggie. " That became the chant of fans from Redondo High late in the boys' basketball season as the team was winning 21 consecutive games and a CIF state Division II championship. Reggie Morris Jr., the Sea Hawks' first-year coach, turned around a program that was 10-17 last season. At one point this season, Redondo was 7-8. The Sea Hawks finished at 28-8, including their state championship in Sacramento. Morris, 34, has been selected the boys' basketball coach of the year in Southern California by The Times.
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October 9, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
  There was a big surprise last basketball season when Redondo won the state Division II championship under first-year Coach Reggie Morris Jr. There won't be any surprises this season, because the Sea Hawks are loaded with talent and experience. Point guard Ian Fox, the Southern Section 2A player of the year, is back to direct the team. Leland Green, a 6-foot-3 sophomore guard who made major summer improvement, is ready to take on a scoring role. And Mr. Dunk, Jeremiah Headley, a 6-7 junior, should be better than ever.
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November 17, 2012 | By Steve Galluzzo
The Los Angeles Marymount girls' volleyball team scaled another mountain Saturday night and the Sailors have never been higher. Ashlie Williams had 21 kills and Kaitlyn Edwards added 19 as Marymount rallied to upset top-seeded Redondo, 25-18, 22-25, 23-25, 25-22, 15-13, in the Southern Section Division 1AA final Saturday night at Santiago Canyon College in Orange. After winning back-to-back Division 1A titles, the Sailors were moved up to the highest division this season and avenged two earlier losses to the Sea Hawks, who were making their fourth 1AA finals appearance.
SPORTS
April 7, 2013
"Thank you, Reggie. " That became the chant of fans from Redondo High late in the boys' basketball season as the team was winning 21 consecutive games and a CIF state Division II championship. Reggie Morris Jr., the Sea Hawks' first-year coach, turned around a program that was 10-17 last season. At one point this season, Redondo was 7-8. The Sea Hawks finished at 28-8, including their state championship in Sacramento. Morris, 34, has been selected the boys' basketball coach of the year in Southern California by The Times.
SPORTS
October 9, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
  There was a big surprise last basketball season when Redondo won the state Division II championship under first-year Coach Reggie Morris Jr. There won't be any surprises this season, because the Sea Hawks are loaded with talent and experience. Point guard Ian Fox, the Southern Section 2A player of the year, is back to direct the team. Leland Green, a 6-foot-3 sophomore guard who made major summer improvement, is ready to take on a scoring role. And Mr. Dunk, Jeremiah Headley, a 6-7 junior, should be better than ever.
SPORTS
May 14, 1989 | Rob Fernas
It has been said that a hot pitcher is the greatest asset a prep baseball team can have in the playoffs. With that in mind, Redondo High Coach Tim Ammentorp feels good about the Sea Hawks' chances entering the CIF-Southern Section 5-A playoffs this week. Senior right-hander Mike Houck might not be Scott Davison, the two-time CIF Player of the Year who pitched Redondo into the 4-A semifinals last season, but he demonstrated again Friday that he ranks near the top of the South Bay's current crop of hurlers.
SPORTS
October 21, 1993 | ROB FERNAS
Who does Bob Cracknell think he is? Four weeks ago, the Redondo High senior was generally regarded as a blue-collar running back who could gain tough yards. Steady, not flashy. Lately, though, Cracknell has been running wild. He has rushed for more than 200 yards in three consecutive victories, and has averaged 12.3 yards a carry and scored 10 touchdowns. In the past three games, he has 18 runs of 10 yards or longer, including six runs longer than 40 yards.
NEWS
November 14, 1985 | ALAN DROOZ
Redondo (6-3 overall, 3-2 in Bay League) was riding high entering November but two straight league losses have the Sea Hawks fighting South High (6-2-1, 3-1-1) for the third playoff spot. West Torrance (4-0-1) figures to clinch the league while Santa Monica (4-1) can clinch second against winless Mira Costa. South's grind-it-out attack and tough defense have been effective; no league opponent has scored more than 13 points.
SPORTS
October 31, 1985
In a game that could be pivotal in determining playoff seedings, undefeated and fourth-ranked Dorsey, coming off a big victory over Gardena, will play third-ranked Banning in a Pacific League game Friday night at Banning. Dorsey is 2-0 in league play. Banning, after a 20-0 victory over Fremont, is 1-1.
NEWS
September 11, 1994 | Kevin Thomas
This 1940 Warners Bros. production is part of the glorious Errol Flynn-Michael Curtiz cycle in which star Flynn (pictured with Brenda Marshall) and director Curtiz brought to the cinema some of its most enduring romantic adventures. This time Flynn is playing a seafarer based on Sir Francis Drake, and the redoubtable Flora Robson is a perfectly cast Queen Elizabeth. With a raft of beloved supporting players and a rousing Erich Wolfgang Korngold score (TMC, Sunday at 10:20 a.m.).
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March 23, 2013 | Eric Sondheimer
SACRAMENTO - With 39.3 seconds left in the CIF state championship Division II final, 6-foot-6 sophomore Jeremiah Headley of Redondo unleashed a thunderous dunk over a Pleasant Hill College Park defender that not only signaled his arrival as a top player but made the stunned crowd at Sleep Train Arena begin to realize the special accomplishment the Sea Hawks were about to pull off. "That play is a play for the ages," Coach Reggie Morris Jr. said....
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November 17, 2012 | By Steve Galluzzo
The Los Angeles Marymount girls' volleyball team scaled another mountain Saturday night and the Sailors have never been higher. Ashlie Williams had 21 kills and Kaitlyn Edwards added 19 as Marymount rallied to upset top-seeded Redondo, 25-18, 22-25, 23-25, 25-22, 15-13, in the Southern Section Division 1AA final Saturday night at Santiago Canyon College in Orange. After winning back-to-back Division 1A titles, the Sailors were moved up to the highest division this season and avenged two earlier losses to the Sea Hawks, who were making their fourth 1AA finals appearance.
SPORTS
October 28, 2004 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
From the day he took over the Redondo girls' volleyball program, Coach Tommy Chaffins set the bar high. Challenging for a Southern Section championship was openly discussed. Competing for a state title was worth dreaming about. Winning a Bay League crown and, along the way, defeating Manhattan Beach Mira Costa, well, those may be the toughest tasks of all. "It's definitely up there in terms of goals," senior captain Lauren Kirk said of beating the powerful Mustangs.
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March 21, 2002 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ofa Tulikihihifo was considered the best player on the Redondo Union girls' basketball team, so when she tore ligaments in her right knee last June, it was a tremendous loss. Yet, when the Sea Hawks step on the Arco Arena floor against Stockton St. Mary's on Friday, trying to win their first state championship, the flash point of their success can be traced to Tulikihihifo's injury. A team that relied on Tulikihihifo to score and rebound had to learn to fend for itself.
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February 23, 2002 | BEN BOLCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Redondo Union swingman Wendell White doesn't have the option of shooting three-point baskets whenever he wants. It only seems that way. White missed his first seven three-point attempts Friday night against Santa Margarita, but made the one the third-seeded Sea Hawks needed to topple the second-seeded Eagles, 56-53, in a Southern Section Division II-A boys' basketball semifinal at Concordia University in Irvine.
NEWS
September 11, 1994 | Kevin Thomas
This 1940 Warners Bros. production is part of the glorious Errol Flynn-Michael Curtiz cycle in which star Flynn (pictured with Brenda Marshall) and director Curtiz brought to the cinema some of its most enduring romantic adventures. This time Flynn is playing a seafarer based on Sir Francis Drake, and the redoubtable Flora Robson is a perfectly cast Queen Elizabeth. With a raft of beloved supporting players and a rousing Erich Wolfgang Korngold score (TMC, Sunday at 10:20 a.m.).
SPORTS
May 19, 1988
Redondo baseball Coach Harry Jenkins had a terse reaction to his team's seeding for the CIF Southern Section 4-A playoffs: "Who needs it?" Certainly not Jenkins. Not when Redondo, which has a 27-2 record and was ranked No. 1 in the division until the last game of the regular season, must travel to Lompoc for its first-round game Friday. Under those circumstances, Jenkins can't understand the advantage to being seeded fourth in the 32-team 4-A tournament.
SPORTS
January 6, 1994 | PETER BARZILAI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sam Turks or no Sam Turks, the Inglewood High basketball team appears to have Redondo's number. The Sentinels easily beat the Sea Hawks for the second time this season, 86-59, Wednesday night in a nonleague game at Redondo. Last month, Turks scored 16 points to help Inglewood beat Redondo, 86-64, in the championship game of the Pacific Shores tournament. Turks missed Wednesday's game after bruising his left thigh in Thursday's loss to Westchester in the final of the Artesia tournament.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 7, 1994 | KENNETH TURAN, TIMES FILM CRITIC
If you think you care about movies, the just-completed fuss about the Oscars is the high point of the year. If you want other people to think you care, the AFI's Los Angeles International Film Festival is the hot ticket. But if you really are passionate, tonight marks the beginning of the most exciting event of the cinematic calendar, UCLA's monthlong Festival of Preservation. Starting with this evening's 7:30 p.m.
SPORTS
January 6, 1994 | PETER BARZILAI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sam Turks or no Sam Turks, the Inglewood High basketball team appears to have Redondo's number. The Sentinels easily beat the Sea Hawks for the second time this season, 86-59, Wednesday night in a nonleague game at Redondo. Last month, Turks scored 16 points to help Inglewood beat Redondo, 86-64, in the championship game of the Pacific Shores tournament. Turks missed Wednesday's game after bruising his left thigh in Thursday's loss to Westchester in the final of the Artesia tournament.
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