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December 24, 2003 | From Staff Reports
Steve Grady, who led Los Angeles Loyola to the Southern Section Division I football title, has been chosen Cal-Hi's state coach of the year for 2003. He becomes the first person in state history to be both a state player of the year and a state coach of the year. In 1962, Grady was a running back at Loyola and led the state in rushing with 2,097 yards in 12 games and in scoring with 35 touchdowns. He took over as Loyola's coach in 1976 and has a record of 260-74-6.
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March 3, 2005 | Eric Sondheimer, From Times Staff Reports
Steve Grady, the football coach for 29 years at Los Angeles Loyola, announced his resignation Wednesday, ending one of the most successful coaching careers in Southern Section history. Grady, 59, guided the Cubs to two Division I championships, four runner-up spots and 16 league titles while compiling a record of 269-77-6. Loyola has advanced to the Division I playoff quarterfinals or beyond 19 consecutive seasons.
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March 3, 2005 | Eric Sondheimer, From Times Staff Reports
Steve Grady, the football coach for 29 years at Los Angeles Loyola, announced his resignation Wednesday, ending one of the most successful coaching careers in Southern Section history. Grady, 59, guided the Cubs to two Division I championships, four runner-up spots and 16 league titles while compiling a record of 269-77-6. Loyola has advanced to the Division I playoff quarterfinals or beyond 19 consecutive seasons.
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December 24, 2003 | From Staff Reports
Steve Grady, who led Los Angeles Loyola to the Southern Section Division I football title, has been chosen Cal-Hi's state coach of the year for 2003. He becomes the first person in state history to be both a state player of the year and a state coach of the year. In 1962, Grady was a running back at Loyola and led the state in rushing with 2,097 yards in 12 games and in scoring with 35 touchdowns. He took over as Loyola's coach in 1976 and has a record of 260-74-6.
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December 16, 1990 | ERIC SHEPARD, TIMES PREP SPORTS EDITOR
Steve Grady, The Times' All-Central City football coach of the year, was so certain his Loyola High School team wouldn't make it to the championship game this season that he scheduled a serious spinal operation for his son, Bryan, during the playoffs. Bryan, 12, has multiple sclerosis, and needed a 10-hour operation to straighten his back. He was released from the hospital last Monday. Loyola surprised Grady, however, by making the season last longer than he projected.
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January 4, 2001
*--* Year Player, school Pos. 2000 Tyler Ebell, Ventura RB 1999 Matt Grootegoed, Mater Dei RB/DB 1998 Chris Lewis, Long Beach Poly QB 1997 DeShaun Foster, Tustin RB/DB 1996 Antoine Harris, Loyola TE/DL 1995 Chris Claiborne, J.W.
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September 19, 1987 | TOM HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
With time running out and a national ranking on the line, tailback Johann Fuller helped Loyola High School avoid a big upset Friday night in La Habra. Fuller, a 160-pound junior, plunged over the La Habra defensive line for a one-yard touchdown with 13 seconds remaining to give the Cubs a 10-6 victory over La Habra in front of 2,000 fans. Fuller's fourth-down play was Loyola's only touchdown in a tight, defensive game that gave the Cubs their first lead since the opening quarter.
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September 19, 1987 | TOM HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
With time running out and a national ranking on the line, tailback Johann Fuller helped Loyola High School avoid a big upset Friday night at La Habra. Fuller, a 160-pound junior, plunged one yard for a touchdown with 13 seconds remaining to give the Cubs a 10-6 victory over La Habra in front of 2,000 fans. Fuller's fourth-down play was Loyola's only touchdown in a tight, defensive game and gave the Cubs their first lead since the opening quarter.
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December 11, 1992 | ERIC SHEPARD, TIMES PREP SPORTS EDITOR
A student caught talking too much in Steve Grady's typing class will probably be told to type a few "extra hundred words." A football player caught messing around at one of Coach Grady's practices might be told to run a few "extra laps" for punishment. Grady says he does have a warm side. He also acknowledges, however, that he probably won't win any popularity contests among his students and players. What Grady has been winning are football games.
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December 3, 1993
Listed are the high school football players of the year. The California state selections are by Cal-Hi Sports (Mark Tennis, Nelson Tennis). The Southern Section and Los Angeles City Section selections are by the First Interstate Bank Sports Board chaired by Braven Dyer Jr. of the Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles. California high schools are members of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). Positions: ap--All-purpose. b--Back. bb--Blocking back. c--center. db--Defensive back.
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January 4, 2001
*--* Year Player, school Pos. 2000 Tyler Ebell, Ventura RB 1999 Matt Grootegoed, Mater Dei RB/DB 1998 Chris Lewis, Long Beach Poly QB 1997 DeShaun Foster, Tustin RB/DB 1996 Antoine Harris, Loyola TE/DL 1995 Chris Claiborne, J.W.
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December 11, 1992 | ERIC SHEPARD, TIMES PREP SPORTS EDITOR
A student caught talking too much in Steve Grady's typing class will probably be told to type a few "extra hundred words." A football player caught messing around at one of Coach Grady's practices might be told to run a few "extra laps" for punishment. Grady says he does have a warm side. He also acknowledges, however, that he probably won't win any popularity contests among his students and players. What Grady has been winning are football games.
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December 16, 1990 | ERIC SHEPARD, TIMES PREP SPORTS EDITOR
Steve Grady, The Times' All-Central City football coach of the year, was so certain his Loyola High School team wouldn't make it to the championship game this season that he scheduled a serious spinal operation for his son, Bryan, during the playoffs. Bryan, 12, has multiple sclerosis, and needed a 10-hour operation to straighten his back. He was released from the hospital last Monday. Loyola surprised Grady, however, by making the season last longer than he projected.
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September 19, 1987 | TOM HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
With time running out and a national ranking on the line, tailback Johann Fuller helped Loyola High School avoid a big upset Friday night in La Habra. Fuller, a 160-pound junior, plunged over the La Habra defensive line for a one-yard touchdown with 13 seconds remaining to give the Cubs a 10-6 victory over La Habra in front of 2,000 fans. Fuller's fourth-down play was Loyola's only touchdown in a tight, defensive game that gave the Cubs their first lead since the opening quarter.
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September 19, 1987 | TOM HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
With time running out and a national ranking on the line, tailback Johann Fuller helped Loyola High School avoid a big upset Friday night at La Habra. Fuller, a 160-pound junior, plunged one yard for a touchdown with 13 seconds remaining to give the Cubs a 10-6 victory over La Habra in front of 2,000 fans. Fuller's fourth-down play was Loyola's only touchdown in a tight, defensive game and gave the Cubs their first lead since the opening quarter.
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December 8, 1996 | PETER YOON
Loyola High's Mike MacGillivray couldn't have picked a better time to have a big game. The senior kicker had three field goals, including the game-winner in double overtime to lead the Cubs to a 16-13 victory over Fontana on Saturday night in the Southern Section Division I semifinals at Fontana High. The victory puts Loyola in Friday's Division I final against Mater Dei.
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