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May 22, 1997 | MIKE TERRY, Times Staff Writer
NORTHERN DIVISION * BEND BANDITS Record in 1996: 39-51, seventh overall Home stadium: Vince Genna Stadium (capacity 2,646), Bend, Ore. Manager: Al Gallagher Key players: OF Marcus McGowan, OF Bernie Nunez, OF Marty Neff, C Kevin Schula, P Dennis Shrum Notes: The Bandits traded Donnie Harris (.294, 14 home runs, 64 RBIs), their best hitter, to the Lubbock Crickets in the Texas-Louisiana League to make room for Neff, who played high school baseball at Magnolia.
SPORTS
March 14, 1990 | From Associated Press
Sophomore Chris Jackson of Louisiana State was named to the Associated Press All-America college basketball team for the second consecutive year Tuesday, joining seniors Lionel Simmons of La Salle, Gary Payton of Oregon State and Derrick Coleman of Syracuse and junior Larry Johnson of Nevada Las Vegas. Jackson, who last year became only the second freshman All-American, is the 52nd player to repeat in the 42 years the AP team has been selected.
SPORTS
June 5, 1997
EASTERN CONFERENCE New Jersey Rockin Rollers Record in 1996: 7-14-4 Home arena: Continental Airlines Arena (capacity 19,040) Head coach: Doug Shedden Key player: Right wing Tony Szabo Changes for 1997: Szabo is one of the most prolific scorers in RHI history, amassing 199 points in 63 games. But each team he has played for has folded at the end of the season (This is his fourth team in four years.) He'll also serve as the Rollers' assistant coach.
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June 21, 2003 | Chris Foster And Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writers
After falling one victory short of winning the Stanley Cup, the Mighty Ducks will pick 19th today in the NHL entry draft at Nashville, a rare low selection for a club that picked seventh last year and fifth two years ago. Their timing couldn't be better. "This is a deep draft," General Manager Bryan Murray said, echoing the sentiments of colleagues around the league. "I don't think there is a superstar at the top, but there are a lot of good players."
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March 30, 1999 | MIKE BRESNAHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lou Cvijanovich, the legendary boys' basketball coach at Santa Clara High, has resigned after 41 seasons at the school. Cvijanovich, who holds the state record with 829 career victories and guided the Saints to 15 Southern Section championships, cited a multitude of reasons for his decision, including health concerns and a difference in philosophy with school administrators and players' parents.
SPORTS
March 15, 2013 | By Eric Pincus
The Lakers (34-32) visit the Indiana Pacers (40-24) on Friday night. The Pacers are the second-best team in the Eastern Conference. Defensively, Indiana is a bear, holding teams to just 89.7 points a game. The Lakers score 102.4 points nightly, but can they get close to that with Kobe Bryant on the shelf with a severely sprained ankle? Earl Clark, still starting for the injured Pau Gasol (foot), also sprained an ankle Wednesday but is expected to be available in Indiana. The Lakers lost a close one at Staples Center to the Pacers in late November on a last-second layup from point guard George Hill.
SPORTS
September 7, 1986 | JEFFREY PARENTI
It is the consensus of league coaches that University City should win its second consecutive City Western League championship in 1986. No one is sure about second place, however. The Centurions return eight starters each on offense and defense, including the league's 1985 offensive player of the year, running back Paul MacRenato. The other league teams have the same problems--lack of depth and experience, particularly in the offensive line.
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December 18, 1991 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bruce McNall shocked the sports world last week by boldly going where owners seldom go. He considered resigning. It is often the first thing suggested and the last thing seriously contemplated. Usually when a team with a long history of failure struggles, everybody, from the media to the fans to some players, complains that the problem is at the top.
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