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January 6, 1994 | ROB FERNAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three South Bay players--Peninsula High offensive lineman John Welbourn, Mira Costa defensive lineman Phil Fonua and Hawthorne defensive back Omarr Morgan--have been selected to the elite All-Southern Section football team. The 25-player team, chosen by members of the media, represents the best talent in the section's 11 divisions.
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January 6, 1994 | ROB FERNAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three South Bay players--Peninsula High offensive lineman John Welbourn, Mira Costa defensive lineman Phil Fonua and Hawthorne defensive back Omarr Morgan--have been selected to the elite All-Southern Section football team. The 25-player team, chosen by members of the media, represents the best talent in the section's 11 divisions.
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December 16, 1993 | ROB FERNAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Omarr Morgan of Hawthorne High, John Welbourn of Peninsula and Coach Don Morrow of Mira Costa were the South Bay award winners Sunday at The Times' All-Star football breakfast at the Guest Quarters Hotel in Santa Monica. Morgan, a 5-foot-9, 165-pound senior who played several positions, was named back of the year. Welbourn, a 6-6, 275-pound senior, was lineman of the year. Morrow, who guided Mira Costa to its first Southern Section title, was coach of the year.
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December 16, 1993 | ROB FERNAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Omarr Morgan of Hawthorne High, John Welbourn of Peninsula and Coach Don Morrow of Mira Costa were the South Bay award winners Sunday at The Times' All-Star football breakfast at the Guest Quarters Hotel in Santa Monica. Morgan, a 5-foot-9, 165-pound senior who played several positions, was named back of the year. Welbourn, a 6-6, 275-pound senior, was lineman of the year. Morrow, who guided Mira Costa to its first Southern Section title, was coach of the year.
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September 30, 1990 | STUART MATTHEWS
Former Leuzinger High standout Zac Odom--Mark Odom's younger brother--is in his first year at the University of Hawaii. He's one of six South Bay athletes on the Rainbows' football squad. A 5-11, 165-pound cornerback, Zac Odom will very likely be redshirted this season. But Mark Odom, who never saw his younger brother play high school ball, thinks Zac might be ready to play for Hawaii now. "He's pretty good," Mark Odom said. "He can cover well and he's real fast.
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September 6, 1991 | MITCH POLIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If national football recruiting service analysts are correct, there will be something missing during the 1991 high school football season in Southern California--the usual overabundance of blue-chip prospects. The consensus of people who provide preseason lists of potential All-Americans is that this is an off-year for prep talent in Southern California. Even Dick Lascola, who runs the Fallbrook, Calif.-based Scouting Evaluation Assn.
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September 6, 1991 | MITCH POLIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If national football recruiting service analysts are correct, there will be something missing during the 1991 high school football season in Southern California--the usual overabundance of blue-chip prospects. The consensus of people who provide preseason lists of potential All-Americans is that this is an off-year for prep talent in Southern California. Even Dick Lascola, who runs the Fallbrook, Calif.-based Scouting Evaluation Assn.
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September 30, 1990 | STUART MATTHEWS
Former Leuzinger High standout Zac Odom--Mark Odom's younger brother--is in his first year at the University of Hawaii. He's one of six South Bay athletes on the Rainbows' football squad. A 5-11, 165-pound cornerback, Zac Odom will very likely be redshirted this season. But Mark Odom, who never saw his younger brother play high school ball, thinks Zac might be ready to play for Hawaii now. "He's pretty good," Mark Odom said. "He can cover well and he's real fast.
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