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March 12, 1992 | ROBYN NORWOOD
It seemed as if everybody was talking about the other sprinters at the Big West Conference track championships in Irvine last spring, and then Sonny Reynolds beat them all. He outran Fresno State's James Stallworth. He outran UC Irvine teammates Will Stolpe and Dustin James. It was Reynolds who won the 200 meters in 21.21 seconds, surprising even himself. "I thought, 'I guess I have some talent,' " Reynolds said. "Let's see what I can do."
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March 12, 1992 | ROBYN NORWOOD
It seemed as if everybody was talking about the other sprinters at the Big West Conference track championships in Irvine last spring, and then Sonny Reynolds beat them all. He outran Fresno State's James Stallworth. He outran UC Irvine teammates Will Stolpe and Dustin James. It was Reynolds who won the 200 meters in 21.21 seconds, surprising even himself. "I thought, 'I guess I have some talent,' " Reynolds said. "Let's see what I can do."
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March 18, 1990
The UC Irvine men's and women's track teams were winners in four-way meets held Saturday at the UC Irvine track stadium. The Anteater men compiled 73 points to defeat Navy (66), Utah State (58) and Cal State Fullerton (9) in the team competition. Senior Mike Morales won the hammer throw (207 feet 1 inch) and the shot put (56-1 1/4), and was second in the discus (163-6) for Irvine. Navy's Bryant Clevenger won the discus with a throw of 167-5. Sonny Reynolds also won two events for Irvine.
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December 6, 1986
Katella High School defeated Tustin, 46-45, in double overtime Friday night to advance to the championship game of the Laguna Beach Tournament. The Knights play Corona del Mar at 7:30 tonight. Katella was led by Brett Smith in the double overtime with six points. He had 12 in the game. In other Laguna Beach Tournament play: Lynwood 72, Huntington Beach 68 (OT)--Despite Kevin Brazzel's 28 points and Jeff Flory's 16, the Oilers lost. Huntington Beach plays Estancia today at 12:30 p.m.
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November 30, 1986 | DICK WAGNER
This is expected to be a three-team race and Poly, the perennial champion, is not one of the three. 1. MILLIKAN--The Rams, who finished in a tie for second place last season, are experienced, quick and have depth. Coach Bill Odell has his two top scorers back--6-3 forward Shawn Williams, who averaged 16.2 points a game, and 6-4 forward Ken Jarvis, who averaged 13.8. Also back is 6-5 Eddie Carswell, who was second to Jarvis in rebounds. 2.
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September 11, 1986 | DICK WAGNER
This is supposed to be a rebuilding year at Poly, which was co-champion of the Big Five Conference in 1985, but the Jackrabbits are still a solid favorite to win their seventh straight league title. 1. POLY--As usual, Leonard Russell (see front of section) isn't the only super star at Poly--the Jackrabbits also have Eugene Burkhalter and Mark Odom.
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May 13, 1990 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Friday night, UC Irvine sophomore Matt Farmer didn't sleep like a man who had a 316-point lead after the first day of decathlon competition in the Big West Conference track and field championships. "You have nightmares about losing when you have that big of a cushion," Farmer said. "I didn't get to sleep until 2:30 a.m. and woke up several times through the night. You start to wonder about things that could go wrong." Perhaps Farmer was too much of a weekend worrier.
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May 12, 1991 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When UC Irvine junior Matt Farmer woke up Saturday morning, his left ankle throbbing in pain because of a bone spur, he didn't think there was any way he could get over 10 hurdles in a race. A few hours and one cortisone shot later, Farmer cleared those hurdles and a whole lot more, winning the decathlon for the second consecutive year at the Big West Conference Track and Field Championships. Farmer trailed Fresno State's Tim Baker by three points going into the final event, the 1,500-meter run.
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September 12, 1985 | DICK WAGNER
1. Poly--About the only thing that's changed is that Jim Barnett has left to coach Trabuco Hills and the Jackrabbits now have two head coaches--Thomas Whiting, who will handle the offense, and Jerry Jaso, who will guide the defense. The talent is as impressive as ever and should carry Poly (10-2 in '84) to yet another league title. The defense is solid with returning tackles Gilbert Moxley and Stacey Elliot, both 6-3 and 240, and linebackers Brian Tuliau (6-1, 215) and David Riley (6-4, 205).
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