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SPORTS
September 5, 1995
Looking for a football game to attend? Here's a comprehensive guide to where high school football is played in Orange County: 1. Aliso Niguel High School, Wolverine Stadium 2800 Terrace View, Aliso Niguel Directions: I-5 (San Diego Freeway) to Alicia Parkway. Take Alicia south to Pacific Park Parkway. Turn right and follow to Aliso Creek Road. Turn left and follow to Terrace View. Turn left and follow to Deerhurst. Stadium on right.
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NEWS
September 8, 1998
1. Aliso Niguel High School, Wolverine Stadium 2800 Terrace View, Aliso Niguel Directions: Interstate 5 to Alicia Parkway. South to Aliso Creek Road. Aliso Creek Road. Turn to Terrace View. Turn east and follow to Deerhurst. Stadium on right. Parking: School lot and surrounding streets Capacity: 2,675 Who plays there: Aliso Niguel Noteworthy: County's newest stadium was opened in 1994. * 2. Bolsa Grande High School 9401 Westminster Ave.
NEWS
June 13, 1997
SANTIAGO HIGH SCHOOL: Maria Velazquez Maria has been a champion of her school both in the galleries of fine art and on the roads of the grueling Los Angeles Marathon, running with fellow students. A gifted artist, she was a member of the Art Club and participated in the school district's Festival of the Arts, sidewalk chalk-drawing demonstrations, the Imagination Celebration and the Courtyard Center Art Show.
NEWS
June 10, 1993
One will present her findings in neurobiology to the American Academy of Sciences; another put together her school's first campus TV station. One was the highest scorer in the state in the Academic Decathlon; another works magic through the art of illusion. Many have volunteered to preserve wetlands, to fight AIDS, to help the disabled. The members of the Class of '93 are as varied in their accomplishments as they are in their backgrounds.
NEWS
June 10, 1994
Soon, they will be moving on--to college, into the workplace, away from home. Whatever their destinations, the members of the Class of '94 will be taking with them their high school experiences. Many have already helped give direction to their generation--from helping conduct AIDS research to breaking down the walls of racism that divide schools and communities. Others have given disaster victims critical assistance or joined to fight the onrush of gang violence.
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