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June 9, 1998 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In his 16-year career, Fountain Valley Coach Cary Baker says teams led by one particular coach have beaten his teams more often than not. Yet, Baker, who got his 300th softball victory this season, always looks forward to facing teams coached by Shelly Luth. "It's the most fun game of the year," he says. Fun because Luth's team, Marina, is always prepared, competitive and possessing class and dignity.
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June 9, 1998 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In his 16-year career, Fountain Valley Coach Cary Baker says teams led by one particular coach have beaten his teams more often than not. Yet, Baker, who got his 300th softball victory this season, always looks forward to facing teams coached by Shelly Luth. "It's the most fun game of the year," he says. Fun because Luth's team, Marina, is always prepared, competitive and possessing class and dignity.
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SPORTS
August 18, 2000
GIRLS' SOCCER Marina High seeks varsity head coach. Contact Shelly Luth, (714) 893-6571, ext. 271. VOLLEYBALL U.S. Youth Volleyball League has begun registration for play that starts in September in Aliso Viejo and Laguna Niguel. The USYVL offers instructional leagues for children from 8 to 14. The cost is $90. Details: (888) 988-7985 or http://www.usyvl.org.
SPORTS
October 8, 1999
Carl Martinez has been named athletic director at Whittier Christian High, according to Bob Hubbard, the school's associate athletic director. Martinez replaces Robert Aviles, who left to teach at another school after being named an assistant basketball coach at Biola University. COACHING Jim Weeks resigned as Costa Mesa's softball coach to devote more time to being the math department chairman, girls' athletic director Pat Leahy said. Weeks will continue as girls' basketball coach.
SPORTS
March 1, 1994
Coach: Shelly Luth (fourth year, 72-15). 1992-93: 23-4, 13-1 in the Sunset League; Seeded No. 2, lost to finalist Los Alamitos, 1-0, in 22 innings in Division I quarterfinals. Key returners: Stacy Byers, Sr., left fielder; Marcy Crouch, Jr., pitcher; Faith Fuata, Jr., right fielder; Heather Hibben, So., third baseman; Rainey Keiter, Sr., shortstop; Becky Thompson, Jr., second baseman; Lynette Velasquez, Sr., first baseman; Heather Williams, Jr., catcher. Key newcomers: Angela Alvarez, Jr.
SPORTS
March 19, 1993 | HEATHER STEVENS
Marina pitcher Marcy Crouch pitched a perfect game Thursday to lead the Vikings to a 1-0 victory over Irvine in the title game of the Laguna Hills softball tournament. The victory, which avenged a Viking loss to Irvine three years ago in the title game, took only 1 hour 20 minutes, and resembled fielding drills. Marina (5-1) got five hits off Rebecca Smith (4-2). Crouch (2-0), who struck out seven, just finished the soccer season and has been playing softball for one week.
SPORTS
May 14, 1994 | MARTIN HENDERSON
Marcy Crouch's sciatica was acting up, and Marina's trainer suggested she rest Friday. But Crouch wanted to pitch and Coach Shelly Luth wasn't going to deny her the opportunity. Crouch then went out and dominated Huntington Beach. Crouch won her 17th game--she gave up only a first-inning single and retired the final 19 batters as Marina scored a 1-0 Sunset League victory.
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