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March 25, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sherry Ringer, a volunteer coach for the Cal State Fullerton women's volleyball team the past two years, was appointed interim head coach Tuesday, Titan Athletic Director Bill Shumard said. Ringer, who is head of the physical education department at Parks Junior High School in Fullerton, replaces Jim Huffman, who was fired Monday after three seasons. Ringer's contract extends through June 30. Fullerton announced it was dropping volleyball Jan.
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March 25, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sherry Ringer, a volunteer coach for the Cal State Fullerton women's volleyball team the past two years, was appointed interim head coach Tuesday, Titan Athletic Director Bill Shumard said. Ringer, who is head of the physical education department at Parks Junior High School in Fullerton, replaces Jim Huffman, who was fired Monday after three seasons. Ringer's contract extends through June 30. Fullerton announced it was dropping volleyball Jan.
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March 25, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Assistant Sherry Ringer became interim coach of Cal Sate Fullerton's women's volleyball team a day after Jim Huffman was fired.
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March 24, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jim Huffman may have saved the Cal State Fullerton volleyball program, but he couldn't save his job. Huffman said he received a letter late Monday afternoon from Jack Bedell, associate vice president of academic affairs, that stated the school "will no longer avail itself of your services as head volleyball coach." In other words, he was fired. This came as no surprise to Huffman, who filed a lawsuit against the school in an effort to have its Jan.
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October 19, 1987 | STEVE LOWERY, Times Staff Writer
Rosary High School is a two-story rectangle of cinder block and glass that sits in the middle of a Fullerton residential development and appears very much at one with its surroundings. That is to say, Rosary looks more like an apartment building than a high school. It is a relatively small school, about 570 girls, which makes it easy to know everyone's name and nearly impossible to keep a secret. "It's cozy," said Stephanie Scofield, Rosary's star volleyball player.
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