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April 18, 2013 | By Steve Marble
An Orange County high school history teacher and former baseball coach has been charged with allegedly creating a fake Facebook account and posing as a blond girl to get underage boys to send him sexually explicit photos and videos of themselves. Zachary Joshua Reeder, 30, allegedly established online relationships with at least 106 boys, some of them students he knew through teaching and coaching.  Reeder, an instructor at Servite High School and previously a teacher and coach in Irvine, is set to be arraigned Friday on more than 60 felony charges, according to the Orange County district attorney's office.
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March 10, 2014 | By Paloma Esquivel
Investigators are reviewing building permits for an Anaheim high school auditorium stage that collapsed late Saturday, injuring two dozen students. Officials said they hope to determine what restrictions were placed on the stage at Servite High School. About 250 students were performing at the private Catholic high school Saturday when the platform gave way, injuring 24 students and stunning the crowd. A video posted to YouTube showed a large crowd packing the stage, dancing, shouting and waving pom-poms in the air before the platform suddenly collapsed.
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March 10, 2014 | By Ari Bloomekatz
A video posted to YouTube begins with scores of students onstage, some in headdresses and others holding what appear to be pompoms, swaying to the right and left before jumping up and down and dancing in place. That's when the stage at an Anaheim high school collapsed Saturday night, injuring about two dozen students. Some suffered broken bones, and most of the other injuries were minor to moderate, officials said. Still, questions remain about why the stage collapsed and whether anyone knew about a weight limit or other issues with the structure.
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March 7, 1991 | LILY DIZON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
School spirit is exploding at four Orange County high schools this week as students get ready to cheer for their basketball teams at tonight's semifinals of the Southern California regional basketball playoffs. For each of the schools, tonight's game is the game before the game-the Southern California regional championship on Saturday at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. The winners play against the northern regional champion March 15-16 for state titles.
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March 12, 2014 | By Paloma Esquivel
A stage that collapsed at an Anaheim high school and left two dozen students injured had flawed construction and may not have had a building permit, according to school officials. In a message posted Wednesday on the Servite High School website, President Peter S. Bowen said the school launched an internal investigation following the incident last Saturday in which 24 students from another school were injured during a performance. “The investigation revealed a flaw in the construction of the apron covering the orchestra pit. The apron was not part of the original theater construction and was added sometime in the early 1980's," he wrote.
SPORTS
July 29, 1991 | STEVE KRESAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rob Walker really isn't a negative person. In fact, he's about as easygoing as they come. He always seems to be smiling as he jokes and talks with friends. He sees meeting people as a chance to make new friends. He played mostly in the outfield at Servite High School, so it was hard to hold conversations during baseball games. But last spring at Golden West College and this summer for the Huntington Beach Rustlers, a Metropolitan League team, he has played first base.
SPORTS
March 18, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The signs were all there. Guard Paul Stapleton made only one shot in warm-ups. Center Steve Marusich said he was so nervous, he couldn't sleep the night before. The outlook wasn't good for Servite High School in its first state championship game. But things changed when the game began. Stapleton made six of 10 three-point shots and Marusich made all nine of his shots to lead Servite to a 67-51 victory over Hayward Mt. Eden Saturday in the state Division III title game at the Oakland Coliseum.
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January 5, 1985 | GERALD SCOTT, Times Staff Writer
Going into Friday night's game at Servite High School, there was little hope that the Friars might actually upset Glendale, one of only three undefeated 4-A or 5-A teams remaining (Mater Dei and Lynwood are the other two) in the Southern Section. And sure enough, they didn't. The Friars did, however, give the Nitros more trouble than they had a right to expect in a 60-45 nonleague loss.
SPORTS
March 18, 1990 | MIKE REILLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Servite High School's new-found shooting touch gave the Friars their first state basketball title Saturday. The Friars, shooting barely 50% in the playoffs, shot 71.4% from the field (25 of 35) in a 67-51 victory over Hayward Mt. Eden in the State Division III boys' basketball championship game at the Oakland Coliseum Arena. It was the first state basketball title for the Friars, who won eight of their last nine games to finish 21-11. Mt. Eden ended the year 28-8.
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