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April 2, 1985 | PAT CANNON, Times Staff Writer
David Carter, Stephen Thompson and Stanley Brundy, who led unbeaten Crenshaw to the State Division I high school basketball championship, headline The Times' 1984-85 All-Central City team. The three Crenshaw athletes, and other area high school basketball All-Stars, will be honored by The Times tonight in ceremonies at the Harry Chandler Auditorium in Times Mirror Square. The guest speaker will be USC Coach Stan Morrison.
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January 13, 1990 | From Associated Press
Stanley Brundy, a rookie forward with the New Jersey Nets, was suspended for the rest of the season Friday night after failing a drug test. Brundy, who played at Crenshaw High and DePaul, is the first rookie to be suspended since the NBA began random drug testing of first-year players during training camp in 1988. In a statement announcing the suspension, the NBA said that if Brundy follows the league's treatment procedure, he could be eligible to play next season.
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January 13, 1990 | From Associated Press
Stanley Brundy, a rookie forward with the New Jersey Nets, was suspended for the rest of the season Friday night after failing a drug test. Brundy, who played at Crenshaw High and DePaul, is the first rookie to be suspended since the NBA began random drug testing of first-year players during training camp in 1988. In a statement announcing the suspension, the NBA said that if Brundy follows the league's treatment procedure, he could be eligible to play next season.
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April 2, 1985 | PAT CANNON, Times Staff Writer
David Carter, Stephen Thompson and Stanley Brundy, who led unbeaten Crenshaw to the State Division I high school basketball championship, headline The Times' 1984-85 All-Central City team. The three Crenshaw athletes, and other area high school basketball All-Stars, will be honored by The Times tonight in ceremonies at the Harry Chandler Auditorium in Times Mirror Square. The guest speaker will be USC Coach Stan Morrison.
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March 10, 1985 | PAT CANNON, Times Staff Writer
Crenshaw, ranked No. 1 in the state, conducted a slam 'n jam clinic at the Sports Arena Saturday night, crushing Fresno Edison, 100-62, in the Southern California boys' Division I championship game. The Cougars (23-0) advanced to next Saturday night's State championship game at Oakland, where they will meet Northern winner Logan of Union City. Crenshaw, which reached the century mark for the 12th time this season, will be shooting for its second title in three years, having won in 1983.
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March 7, 1985 | PAT CANNON, Times Staff Writer
The length of a high school basketball court is approximately 94 feet. Hardly a good stretch of the legs. But to a guard facing the Crenshaw press the distance must look like an airplane runway. Throw in five flying bodies, and reaching the 10-second line is about as easy as crossing a mine field blindfolded.
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March 12, 1985 | PAT CANNON
OK, Southern Section, pat yourself on the back. You finally came up with a format that allowed Mater Dei to end its season with a win. But what about the rest of the state? Doesn't it deserve to see Tom Lewis and Mike Mitchell strut their stuff against Crenshaw, Poway or Glendale? And what about the Compton and Foothill girls? Or Santa Clara's fine boys' team?
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May 9, 1985 | Associated Press
Crenshaw, which reeled off 24 straight victories to win the California state high school basketball championship, has turned loose its vaunted press in Europe. Wednesday, in the semifinals of an international high school tournament, the Cougars crushed Israel, 143-86, for their fifth straight victory. Stephen Thompson, City Player of the Year, led Crenshaw with 40 points. Forward Stanley Brundy added 20. Crenshaw beat Cyprus in a quarterfinal game earlier Wednesday, 143-48.
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December 24, 1988 | Associated Press
Loyola Marymount scored 111 points against DePaul Friday night in the championship game of the Old Style tournament, but it wasn't enough to win. DePaul's Stanley Brundy scored a career-high 47 points, and Brad Niemann hit a 3-pointer with 40 seconds left to give the Blue Demons a 115-111 victory. With Loyola ahead, 109-108, Niemann hit his go-ahead 3-pointer. Terence Greene sank 2 free throws and James Hamby 1 to ice the victory for the Blue Demons (7-4).
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February 1, 1989 | From Associated Press
LaPhonso Ellis scored 18 points to lead Notre Dame to an 85-75 victory over Dayton Tuesday night at South Bend, Ind. Keith Robinson added 16 for Notre Dame (11-3). Anthony Corbitt led Dayton (9-8) with 15 points. Dayton trailed, 39-31, at halftime and never got closer after the Irish opened the second half with a 6-0 burst. Temple 77, Penn 55--Freshman guard Mik Kilgore scored a career-high 16 points to lead five Temple players in double figures as the Owls defeated the Quakers at Philadelphia.
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March 12, 1985 | PAT CANNON
OK, Southern Section, pat yourself on the back. You finally came up with a format that allowed Mater Dei to end its season with a win. But what about the rest of the state? Doesn't it deserve to see Tom Lewis and Mike Mitchell strut their stuff against Crenshaw, Poway or Glendale? And what about the Compton and Foothill girls? Or Santa Clara's fine boys' team?
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March 10, 1985 | PAT CANNON, Times Staff Writer
Crenshaw, ranked No. 1 in the state, conducted a slam 'n jam clinic at the Sports Arena Saturday night, crushing Fresno Edison, 100-62, in the Southern California boys' Division I championship game. The Cougars (23-0) advanced to next Saturday night's State championship game at Oakland, where they will meet Northern winner Logan of Union City. Crenshaw, which reached the century mark for the 12th time this season, will be shooting for its second title in three years, having won in 1983.
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March 7, 1985 | PAT CANNON, Times Staff Writer
The length of a high school basketball court is approximately 94 feet. Hardly a good stretch of the legs. But to a guard facing the Crenshaw press the distance must look like an airplane runway. Throw in five flying bodies, and reaching the 10-second line is about as easy as crossing a mine field blindfolded.
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March 4, 1990 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER
Clipper rookie Jay Edwards, the 1989 Big Ten player of the year, was suspended Saturday by the NBA for the rest of the season after testing positive in a recent drug test. According to Clipper General Manager Elgin Baylor, Edwards checked into a substance-abuse center in Van Nuys Saturday. Is is not known what drug was revealed by the league-administered test, one of three every rookie must take. "He's down and he's disappointed," Baylor said. "He feels badly.
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January 18, 1989 | From Associated Press
Richard Morgan scored the final 7 points of overtime Tuesday night to carry Virginia to a 64-58 Atlantic Coast Conference victory over Maryland at College Park, Md. Maryland (6-10 overall, 0-4 in the ACC) had a 58-57 lead when Morgan, who scored 21 points, sank a 3-point shot with 1:17 left. Morgan scored again with 17 seconds left and added 2 free throws with 3 seconds remaining. Matt Blundin and John Crotty each scored 11 points for Virginia (9-6, 2-2).
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