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September 9, 2005 | Andrew H. Malcolm, Times Staff Writer
Steve Soto kept a clock radio on the far side of his Valencia bedroom for months. That way, at 5:45 a.m., when the sweet but sudden sounds of classical music erupted, the teenager had to clamber out of bed and propel his muscled 6-foot-1 frame across the floor to restore silence. Those four steps and few jarring seconds were all the 17-year-old high school football player required to resist rolling over and sleeping away any more of his summer vacation.
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September 9, 2005 | Andrew H. Malcolm, Times Staff Writer
Steve Soto kept a clock radio on the far side of his Valencia bedroom for months. That way, at 5:45 a.m., when the sweet but sudden sounds of classical music erupted, the teenager had to clamber out of bed and propel his muscled 6-foot-1 frame across the floor to restore silence. Those four steps and few jarring seconds were all the 17-year-old high school football player required to resist rolling over and sleeping away any more of his summer vacation.
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June 3, 1998
El Dorado High 1651 N. Valencia Ave. Placentia 92670 (714) 993-5350 * Enrollment: 1,850 * Established: 1966 * Team name: Golden Hawks * Newspaper: El Gavilan * Principal: Joe Quartucci * Student president: Tracey Richardson * Valedictorians: Lorraine Y. Lui; Michelle Wasserman; Amy L.
SPORTS
June 12, 1998 | GARY KLEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Wilson High pitcher Cory Campos complained of a sore arm in the days leading up the City Section 3-A championship game. And for the first few innings Thursday against South Gate, Campos looked like he was working out the kinks. But Campos got stronger as the game wore on. And when it was over, he was beneath a pile of teammates celebrating the Mules' 1-0 victory before 3,000 at Dodger Stadium.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 11, 1992 | TOM McQUEENEY
Police patrol officers in this city each log about 20,000 miles a year on their cars and motorcycles, so fender-benders come with the job. But almost a third of the city's patrol officers have cruised the city for the last five years without an accident--or at least without one that was their fault, Police Chief Charles S. Brobeck said.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 23, 1989 | MIKE BOEHM
When the responsibilities of being a young father and the pressures of college course work begin to weigh on Frank Agnew, he sometimes finds himself taking the long way home. It leads him to a place from his past--a nondescript, concrete apartment complex in a quiet neighborhood of Fullerton, across a narrow street from a schoolyard.
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March 23, 1992 | MARY HELEN BERG
The Old Towne Preservation Assn., an 850-member community group, has less than 60 days to raise at least $15,000 to save an 1895 Victorian cottage from demolition. The City Council last week voted to begin demolition proceedings on the Queen Anne house, on the corner of Pixley Street and Almond Avenue. Mayor Gene Beyer, who owns property near where the house may be relocated, abstained on the advice of City Atty. Robert O. Franks.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 18, 1997 | JOHN ROOS
Yes, there are a few tasty dips into punk-flavored rockabilly here, as well as some spirited surf-guitar licks. But overall, Los Infernos can't rise above its songwriting woes on this debut album. Sonically, the hard-charging Riverside quintet grooves with an aggressive edge. Guitars rattle and shake; the anguished vocals of Derek Coon cry out, and a sturdy backbeat brings rhythm to the gritty, roadhouse rock.
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