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June 25, 1992
Januari Reyes, a seventh-grader at Sierra Vista Middle School in La Puente, recently took second place in the seventh-to-ninth-grade category of the California Highway Patrol's 1992 Traffic Safety Poster contest. In the 10th-to-12th-grade category, Darwin Afable, an 11th-grader at Sierra Vista High School in Baldwin Park, received an honorable mention.
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March 4, 2014 | By Eric Maddy
BOYS' SOCCER SOUTHERN SECTION DIVISION 1 Semifinals, Tuesday Loyola 1, Servite 1 (Loyola advances on penalties, 10-9) San Clemente 1, Palos Verdes 1 (San Clemente advances on penalties, 5-4)     DIVISION 2 Semifinals, Tuesday Royal 3, Warren 0 Corona 5, Esperanza 0     DIVISION 3 Semifinals, Tuesday Century 3, Chaparral 1 Anaheim 3, Katella 1     DIVISION 4 Semifinals, Tuesday Cathedral 4, Lakeside 1 Oak Hills 2, Sierra Vista 1     DIVISION 5 Semifinals, Tuesday Pasadena Marshall 2, Garden Grove Santiago 1 Baldwin Park 2, Estancia 1     DIVISION 6 Semifinals, Tuesday St. Margaret's 3, Cerritos Valley Christian 0 Animo Leadership 2, San Gorgonio 1     DIVISION 7 Semifinals, Tuesday Vistamar 2, Avalon 1 (OT)
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SPORTS
November 27, 1993 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It took Baldwin Park Sierra Vista all of one play to realize its 11-0 record didn't stack up against the quickness of Rancho Alamitos tailback Kevin Allen. Allen, a 5-foot-8, 155-pound junior, broke through the line of scrimmage and sprinted 62 yards down the sideline before being caught by Sierra Vista cornerback Guy Horcasitas. Top-seeded Sierra Vista never did catch Rancho Alamitos Friday night, losing, 28-13, in the Southern Section Division VII quarterfinals at Bolsa Grande High.
SPORTS
February 25, 2014 | By Eric Maddy
BOYS' SOCCER SOUTHERN SECTION DIVISION 1 Second round, Tuesday Loyola 3, West Torrance 0 Santa Margarita 2, Santa Barbara 1 Aliso Niguel 0, Crespi 0 (Aliso Niguel advances on penalties, 3-1) Servite 3, Redondo 0 San Clemente 3, Claremont 1 St. John Bosco 3, Millikan 0 Palos Verdes 3, Dos Pueblos 0 Edison 2, Long Beach Cabrillo 1 (OT)   Quarterfinals, Thursday, 3 p.m. #1 Loyola at Santa Margarita Aliso Niguel at #4 Servite #3 San Clemente at St. John Bosco Palos Verdes at #2 Edison     DIVISION 2 Second round, Tuesday Royal 3, King 1 Bloomington 5, Upland 1 Warren 2, Alta Loma 1 Corona Centennial 2, Santa Ana 1 Simi Valley 2, Fullerton 1 Corona 4, Fontana 3 Colton 2, Paramount 1 Esperanza 2, Bell Gardens 1 (OT)
SPORTS
February 23, 1996
The La Canada High boys' soccer team scored twice in the final minute to pull out a 3-2 victory over host Sierra Vista in a Southern Section Division IV playoff quarterfinal. Nick Paneno tied the score, 2-2, then Nick Andrus scored his 37th goal just before time expired. After scoring the game-winner, Andrus turned toward the Sierra Vista sidelines with his arms open, and received a red card for taunting. He will miss the top-seeded Spartans' semifinal match Tuesday against Temecula Valley.
SPORTS
November 25, 1995 | MIKE WOJCIECHOWSKI
Oscar Arzu tackled quarterback Steve Nemeth in the end zone with 1 minute 36 seconds left to play to lift top-seeded Baldwin Park Sierra Vista to a 9-7 victory over Aliso Niguel Friday in a Southern Section Division VIII second-round game. The first 46 minutes of the game saw both teams making key defensive plays as well as controlling the ball on crucial third- and fourth-down plays.
SPORTS
November 18, 1990 | BOB BORSUM, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Marc O'Brien scored two touchdowns on quarterback draws and completed a scoring pass in Valencia High School's 34-9 victory over Sierra Vista in a first-round Southern Section Division VI football playoff game Saturday at Valencia's Bradford Stadium. Valencia (10-1), the No. 8 team in Orange County, plays No. 6 La Quinta (11-0) next week in the second round. La Quinta defeated Buena Park, 25--22, Friday night.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 18, 1991 | TOM McQUEENEY
Sierra Vista Middle School will present a forum at 7 p.m. Tuesday about the history of ganglike activity in the city and ways parents can help prevent their children from becoming interested in gangs. The forum is in response to inquiries from parents who want to know more about gangs, said Jean Mylen, principal at Sierra Vista. The school and the neighboring Northwood community have seen an increasing amount of graffiti, sparking the heightened awareness of gangs, she said.
TRAVEL
June 17, 2001
I enjoyed Ellen Clark's Weekend Escape to Ramsey Canyon Preserve ("Arizona's Nature Nurtured," May 6). For 40 years I have been a regular visitor to that wonderful part of southeastern Arizona. But I was very surprised that Clark did not mention Sierra Vista, which is a major city in Cochise County and not far from Ramsey Canyon. The story describes only the Ramsey Canyon Inn in Hereford, which sounds nice but cannot accommodate very many people. Sierra Vista has many excellent motels with a variety of room rates, many much lower than the $121 to $158 cited for the inn. ANDREA CRACCHIOLO III Los Angeles
SPORTS
December 2, 1995 | LONNIE WHITE
Temescal Canyon 28, Sierra Vista 21--Tony Perez tackled Sierra Vista's Oscar Interiano a yard short of the goal line to give the Titans a victory in a California tie-breaker overtime at Los Altos. Interiano had rushed for 348 yards in 44 carries during regulation play, but was unable to match the Titans' overtime score on four consecutive carries.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 28, 2014 | By Tony Perry
SAN DIEGO -- A drone on patrol for U.S. Customs and Protection made an "emergency landing" in the ocean 20 miles southwest of San Diego after experiencing a mechanical problem, officials said Tuesday. The craft has been brought back to San Diego by ship and is no longer a hazard to navigation, the Coast Guard said. The incident occurred about 11:15 p.m. Monday when operators determined that the unmanned Predator B drone "would be unable to return" Sierra Vista, Ariz., where it originated, according to a statement from Customs and Border Protection.
SPORTS
August 25, 2013
Running backs to watch Justin Huff, Downey, 5-11, 200, Jr. Rushed for 2,364 yards as a sophomore Johnell Jackson, Narbonne, 6-0, 180, Sr. Three-year starter for City champions Jacob Knight, Crenshaw, 6-0, 180, Sr. Has speed, toughness, intelligence Donovan Lee, Chaminade, 5-9, 170, Sr. Ready to replace Terrell Newby Daniel Marx, Mission Viejo, 6-2, 245, Sr. Fullback committed to Stanford Rashaad Penny, Norwalk, 6-0, 180, Sr....
SPORTS
July 9, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
 The Huntington Park tournament will take place Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Marquez and Roybal. Friday's schedule at Marquez: Fremont vs. South Gate, 1 p.m.; Banning vs. Marquez, 2 p.m.; HPCR vs. Fremont, 3 p.m.; Sierra Vista vs. Verdugo Hills, 4 p.m.; Banning vs. Roosevelt, 5 p.m.; HPCR vs. South Gate, 6 p.m.; Sierra Vista vs. Huntington Park, 7 p.m.; Roosevelt vs. Marquez, 8 p.m.; Verdugo Hills vs. Huntington Park, 9 p.m. Friday's schedule...
NATIONAL
October 4, 2012 | By Cindy Carcamo
BISBEE, Ariz. -- Border Patrol Agent Nicholas Ivie was the sort of man on whom a rancher could depend, said John Ladd, the fourth generation of his family on a 16,000-acre cattle ranch abutting the U.S.-Mexico border. A few weeks ago, Ivie punched his personal phone number into Ladd's cellphone for the rancher's keeping, he said.  "That was his way of telling me ... you call me no matter what you need," Ladd said. "He was just a really good guy. " Such are the stories trickling out from friends and family of Ivie, a veteran of nearly five years with the Border Patrol, who was fatally shot earlier this week between Bisbee and the border town of Naco in southeastern Arizona.
OPINION
December 29, 2001
Robert Scheer sheds some light on why George W. Bush is an Enron fan (Commentary, Dec. 25). It's important that we recognize what was attractive to investors in the Enron scheme. As production pursues ever-lower wages around the world, it is inevitable that the ordinary citizen's spending power must retract. The discretionary spending of ordinary people will produce meager profits in the new century. The basics--food, fuel, water and electric power--are the running shoes and the SUVs of the future.
TRAVEL
June 17, 2001
I enjoyed Ellen Clark's Weekend Escape to Ramsey Canyon Preserve ("Arizona's Nature Nurtured," May 6). For 40 years I have been a regular visitor to that wonderful part of southeastern Arizona. But I was very surprised that Clark did not mention Sierra Vista, which is a major city in Cochise County and not far from Ramsey Canyon. The story describes only the Ramsey Canyon Inn in Hereford, which sounds nice but cannot accommodate very many people. Sierra Vista has many excellent motels with a variety of room rates, many much lower than the $121 to $158 cited for the inn. ANDREA CRACCHIOLO III Los Angeles
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 22, 1999 | Geoffrey C. Upton, (714) 520-2508
Grade-school students at the Sierra Vista School will be introduced to orchestral music this year through a number of visits by Cindy Ellis, a flutist with the Pacific Symphony Orchestra. Ellis will lead a school assembly in January and spend time with each class in February. In April, Ellis will be joined at Sierra Vista by four other woodwind musicians for a "Family Night" concert for students and parents.
SPORTS
July 9, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
 The Huntington Park tournament will take place Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Marquez and Roybal. Friday's schedule at Marquez: Fremont vs. South Gate, 1 p.m.; Banning vs. Marquez, 2 p.m.; HPCR vs. Fremont, 3 p.m.; Sierra Vista vs. Verdugo Hills, 4 p.m.; Banning vs. Roosevelt, 5 p.m.; HPCR vs. South Gate, 6 p.m.; Sierra Vista vs. Huntington Park, 7 p.m.; Roosevelt vs. Marquez, 8 p.m.; Verdugo Hills vs. Huntington Park, 9 p.m. Friday's schedule...
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 22, 1999 | Geoffrey C. Upton, (714) 520-2508
Grade-school students at the Sierra Vista School will be introduced to orchestral music this year through a number of visits by Cindy Ellis, a flutist with the Pacific Symphony Orchestra. Ellis will lead a school assembly in January and spend time with each class in February. In April, Ellis will be joined at Sierra Vista by four other woodwind musicians for a "Family Night" concert for students and parents.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 17, 1997 | LISA ADDISON
Jillian Schlesinger, 12, has always considered becoming a veterinarian. But it was a python named Penelope at the Science Career Options Conference at UC Irvine on Tuesday that settled any questions she may have had. "I can't believe that I'm really holding Penelope," Jillian said, her eyes wide as she stroked the snake. "I'm not even scared, either. I've just always loved animals and after hearing the speaker [Dr. Gayle Roberts], it convinced me that I will work toward becoming a veterinarian."
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