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April 28, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Shawn Wiltshire wasn't pushed into basketball as a youngster living in Tustin, he was dragged into it. He never wanted to play but his parents insisted the fifth-grader join a youth team at the Tustin Boys Club. "I was terrible," Wiltshire said. "I refused to shoot, so my mother paid me 25 cents for every shot I took and $1 for every basket I made." The money didn't help. Wiltshire still hated the game.
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April 28, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Shawn Wiltshire wasn't pushed into basketball as a youngster living in Tustin, he was dragged into it. He never wanted to play but his parents insisted the fifth-grader join a youth team at the Tustin Boys Club. "I was terrible," Wiltshire said. "I refused to shoot, so my mother paid me 25 cents for every shot I took and $1 for every basket I made." The money didn't help. Wiltshire still hated the game.
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January 27, 1990
A slow start proved to much for Liberty Christian to overcome, as visiting St. Michael's Prep took a 17-point lead at the half and posted a 59-54 Academy League boys' basketball victory Friday night. Liberty Christian outscored St. Michael's 36-24, in the second half, but couldn't make up a 35-18 halftime deficit. Guard Jon Grobeler scored 25 points, including three three-pointers, for St. Michael's Prep (4-1).
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June 15, 1990
Scott McCorkle of Capistrano Valley High School will head a group of Orange County high school basketball players in an all-star game against players from Santa Barbara, Ventura and San Luis Obispo counties at 7 p.m. Sunday at Santa Barbara College. Santa Clara's Shon Tarver, who has said he will attend Nevada Las Vegas in the fall, will head the Tri-County team in the Santa Barbara Vacation Classic.
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February 14, 1990
In 3-A: Pacifica 82, Monrovia 44--Forward Randy Schulze scored 21 points as host Pacifica won its first playoff game since the school opened in 1969 in the 3-A division. St. Paul 85, Costa Mesa 79--Costa Mesa trailed, 43-39, at halftime, but could not sustain its momentum. Xavier Hanna scored 26 points and Jeff Pickens added 13 to lead the Mustangs (2-21) at St. Paul.
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March 17, 1990
Keith Walker of Brea-Olinda High School, the county's leading scorer, heads the South team and forwards Charlie Andres and Andy Karich of Mater Dei head the North in the 25th Orange County all-star basketball game April 28 at Cal State Fullerton. Walker averaged 32.6 points per game for Brea, leading the Wildcats to the Orange League championship. He has signed with California. Andres and Karich have led Mater Dei (33-1) into the state championship game tonight in Oakland. Andres averages 11.
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April 28, 1990
What: 1990 Orange County All-Star basketball games, featuring county's top high school seniors. When: Today. Girls' game starts at 1:30 p.m.; boys' game starts at 4 p.m. Where: Titan Gym, Cal State Fullerton. How much: Tickets are $4, $6 and $8.
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January 8, 1989
In other nonleague boys' basketball: Anaheim 51, San Clemente 49--Victor Zambrano hit 3 3-point shots in the fourth quarter and Anaheim overcame a 9-point deficit by outscoring San Clemente, 22-11, in the final period. Cypress 61, Westminster 39--Mark Johnson had 16 points and 18 rebounds to lead host Cypress. Mike Flowers added 13 points and Andy Babbitt had 11 points and 16 rebounds for Cypress (6-9), which led, 32-22, at halftime.
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December 3, 1988
In the Orange Lutheran tournament: Southern California Christian 52, Capistrano Valley Christian 40--The Flames outscored Capistrano Valley Christian, 23-5, in the fourth quarter for the victory. Shawn Wiltshire scored 19 points for the Flames (2-0). Orange Luthern 84, Providence 32--Jason Neben scored 19 points for the Lancers, who led, 45-13, at halftime. Pat Bagatourian had 12 points for Orange Lutheran (2-0).
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February 23, 1989 | MIKE GLAZE
Oakwood High's Mitchell Butler capped his high school career with a school-record 55 points and also had 25 rebounds, but the Gorillas succumbed to Southern California Christian, 83-74, Wednesday night in a Southern Section 1-A Division quarterfinal at Orange Lutheran High. Butler scored all 10 of the Gorillas' first-quarter points and 22 of Oakwood's 27 points in the first half. He also had 24 points in the Gorillas' 32-point fourth quarter.
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