Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsSoccer Championships Women
IN THE NEWS

Soccer Championships Women

FEATURED ARTICLES
SPORTS
February 18, 1997 | WENDY WITHERSPOON
New divisional alignments added some intrigue and late-season upsets added more to the Southern Section girls' soccer playoff pairings, released Monday at the Southern Section office in Cerritos. It used to be that the Division I tournament was an almost all-Orange County affair, but that's no longer the case because of the new divisional alignments, which group teams according to enrollment rather than by strength of league.
ARTICLES BY DATE
SPORTS
February 18, 1997 | WENDY WITHERSPOON
New divisional alignments added some intrigue and late-season upsets added more to the Southern Section girls' soccer playoff pairings, released Monday at the Southern Section office in Cerritos. It used to be that the Division I tournament was an almost all-Orange County affair, but that's no longer the case because of the new divisional alignments, which group teams according to enrollment rather than by strength of league.
Advertisement
SPORTS
March 3, 1996 | KARI COPE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Finally, a winner in a girls' soccer game between Kennedy and Monroe. After the City Section League C rivals tied twice during the regular season, Monroe pulled out a 1-0 victory in the 3-A Division championship game Saturday at East Los Angeles College. Ruth Hebert scored the game-winning goal in the 60th minute off a crossing pass from Sharon Paulson.
SPORTS
March 3, 1996 | KARI COPE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Finally, a winner in a girls' soccer game between Kennedy and Monroe. After the City Section League C rivals tied twice during the regular season, Monroe pulled out a 1-0 victory in the 3-A Division championship game Saturday at East Los Angeles College. Ruth Hebert scored the game-winning goal in the 60th minute off a crossing pass from Sharon Paulson.
SPORTS
March 3, 1996 | KARI COPE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Kim Pickup's first flip throw-in six minutes into the City Section 4-A Division girls' soccer championship Saturday at East Los Angeles College drew oohs and ahs from the crowd. Her second, four minutes later, gave Chatsworth High all the scoring it would need en route to a 6-0 thrashing of San Pedro (15-7-1). Pickup, a former gymnast, often looks to send her throws to teammate Michelle George, planting the ball on the ground and using it as the base for a front handspring.
SPORTS
March 3, 1996 | WENDY WITHERSPOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The El Modena girls' soccer team combined power with perfection Saturday, scoring two goals in the first six minutes then holding on for a 2-0 victory over Canyon to win its first Southern Section championship in the Division II title game. The Vanguards (23-5-2) played so flawlessly they left Comanche Coach Matt Kinney shaking his head in wonder after the game. "They had speed in the right places and, I'll tell you, Nicole Terry, Kaylee Whitfield and Jill Pearson were unstoppable," Kinney said.
SPORTS
March 3, 1996 | KARI COPE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Kim Pickup's first flip throw-in six minutes into the City Section 4-A Division girls' soccer championship Saturday at East Los Angeles College drew oohs and ahs from the crowd. Her second, four minutes later, gave Chatsworth High all the scoring it would need en route to a 6-0 thrashing of San Pedro (15-7-1). Pickup, a former gymnast, often looks to send her throws to teammate Michelle George, planting the ball on the ground and using it as the base for a front handspring.
SPORTS
March 3, 1996 | WENDY WITHERSPOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The El Modena girls' soccer team combined power with perfection Saturday, scoring two goals in the first six minutes then holding on for a 2-0 victory over Canyon to win its first Southern Section championship in the Division II title game. The Vanguards (23-5-2) played so flawlessly they left Comanche Coach Matt Kinney shaking his head in wonder after the game. "They had speed in the right places and, I'll tell you, Nicole Terry, Kaylee Whitfield and Jill Pearson were unstoppable," Kinney said.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|