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January 25, 1991 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sherwin Durham spoke into the telephone with no certainty in his voice. "I'm in Charleston," he said cautiously, testing the sound of it. "Charleston, West Virginia, " he said with more conviction, and then he laughed at himself. Charleston is just another in the string of towns Durham rolls through, mostly for one-night stands during which he sees little more than the inside of an arena and his hotel room.
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January 25, 1991 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sherwin Durham spoke into the telephone with no certainty in his voice. "I'm in Charleston," he said cautiously, testing the sound of it. "Charleston, West Virginia, " he said with more conviction, and then he laughed at himself. Charleston is just another in the string of towns Durham rolls through, mostly for one-night stands during which he sees little more than the inside of an arena and his hotel room.
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January 9, 1985 | JEANMARIE MURPHY, Times Staff Writer
Whenever Southern California College and Biola University get together for basketball, it's always an exciting, anything-goes contest. But Tuesday night, when the Vanguards met the Eagles at Biola's Chase Gymnasium, it looked as if Biola had the advantage. With the benching of senior guard Sherwin Durham and the absence of junior guard Ken Bardsley, SCC's offense appeared weakened.
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February 13, 1985 | JEANMARIE MURPHY, Times Staff Writer
Southern California College had a dual purpose going into Tuesday night's game against Pt. Loma-Nazarene College. First, the Vanguards wanted to gain a little revenge against Pt. Loma, which beat them, 98-86, when the two met last month in San Diego. Second, and most importantly, SCC was tied with Pt. Loma for first place in the NAIA District 3 Southern Division with a 6-2 conference record, and after making it to the playoffs last year, SCC was eager for a repeat performance.
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February 13, 1985 | JEANMARIE MURPHY, Times Staff Writer
Southern California College had a dual purpose going into Tuesday night's game against Pt. Loma-Nazarene College. First, the Vanguards wanted to gain a little revenge against Pt. Loma, which beat them, 98-86, when the two met last month in San Diego. Second, and most importantly, SCC was tied with Pt. Loma for first place in the NAIA District 3 Southern Division with a 6-2 conference record, and after making it to the playoffs last year, SCC was eager for a repeat performance.
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February 20, 1985
Sherwin Durham scored 22 points Tuesday night to lead Southern California College to a 89-70 win over visiting Cal Lutheran at Costa Mesa. Forward Dave Lareva had a perfect nine out of nine field goal attempts and finished with 20 points to lead Cal Lutheran, which fell to 3-9 in the NAIA Division III Northern Division.
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January 5, 1985
After losing its first game of the season Thursday night, Southern California College lost again Friday night to Warner-Pacific, 80-65, in a nonconference game at Warner-Pacific. Marshall Haskins paced Warner-Pacific with 19 points. SCC, disappointed after its 11-game winning streak ended with a 75-67 loss to the University of Portland, also was suffering from the absence of senior guard Sherwin Durham, one of the Vanguards' most consistent and highest-scoring players.
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February 2, 1985
Southern California College easily defeated UC San Diego, 78-69, Friday night in nonconference action at SCC. The Vanguards led by four to six points throughout the game. SCC won the game at the free throw line, making 20 of 29 shots compared to 5 of 7 for UCSD. The Tritons committed 27 fouls and were called for two technicals. SCC also outrebounded the Tritons, 37-24. SCC was paced by senior guard Sherwin Durham with 19 points and junior guard Randy McAllister with 18 points.
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February 23, 1985
Southern California College ended its regular season with its 11th-straight win, a 93-75 victory over UC San Diego in nonconference action Friday night at San Diego. The Vanguards, who finished first in the NAIA District 3 Southern Division, closed with a 24-4 overall, 9-2 conference record. The Tritons are 14-2 in Division 3 play. Junior guard Randy McAllister, who scored 10 points for SCC, had the Vanguards' toughest defensive assignment of the night--guarding Triton Richard Nixon.
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February 9, 1985
Forward Ken Bardsley made 13 of 18 field-goal attempts and scored a season-high 26 points Friday night to lead Southern California College to a 95-80 victory over host Los Angeles Baptist in NAIA District 3 play at Newhall. The first-place Vanguards, who never trailed, improved their record to 6-2 in conference and 20-4 overall. The Mustangs are 1-6 and 14-13. Center Greg Ward added 18 points and 11 rebounds, and point guard Sherwin Durham had 10 points and 11 assists for SCC.
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January 9, 1985 | JEANMARIE MURPHY, Times Staff Writer
Whenever Southern California College and Biola University get together for basketball, it's always an exciting, anything-goes contest. But Tuesday night, when the Vanguards met the Eagles at Biola's Chase Gymnasium, it looked as if Biola had the advantage. With the benching of senior guard Sherwin Durham and the absence of junior guard Ken Bardsley, SCC's offense appeared weakened.
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January 25, 1985
Forward Ken Bardsley was 11 for 11 from the floor Thursday and scored 23 points to lead Southern California College to a 108-69 rout of Cal State San Bernardino in a nonconference game in the Vanguards' gym at Costa Mesa. Bardsley was one of six SCC players to score in double figures. Point guard Sherwin Durham was the Vanguards' second-leading scorer with 17 points in addition to having a season-high 9 assists.
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January 4, 1985
The University of Portland handed previously undefeated Southern California College its first loss of the season Thursday night, 75-67, in a nonconference game at Portland. The Vanguards, who had opened the season with 11 straight victories, played without guard Sherwin Durham, who was serving the first game of a five-game suspension because of academic difficulties.
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