February 5, 1987
John Brown, Whitney High School--Now an assistant basketball coach at the college prep school, Brown led the CIF Southern Section in scoring in 1983, the only season he played basketball for Whitney. His mark of 712 points was accomplished in only 23 games. Senior guard Alex Ahn is bearing down on Brown's record, but it has taken him three seasons and 59 games on the varsity to total 686 points. BASKETBALL Darrick Martin, St.
October 29, 1992 |
It's not the stipend that brings offensive coordinator Rick De Bie back to his alma mater, Valley Christian High School, to coach football every season. It's family. Football Coach Mike Wunderley is Rick De Bie's brother-in-law. A cousin, Harold De Bie, is athletic director and boys' basketball coach. Another cousin, Cari, is the girls' tennis coach. Rick's sons, junior Jeremy De Bie and sophomore Jonathan De Bie, are quarterbacks on the varsity and junior varsity football teams, respectively.
February 26, 1987
The Hall of Fame is an annual event honoring outstanding performances by athletes who reside in the city, were once residents of the city, participated on an athletic team headquartered in the city, or are currently participating in athletic programs in the city. The athlete of the year is the top award given. Performers of the year are chosen for each of the sports played in the city. Distinguished nominees are not award winners, but are recognized for their accomplishments.
December 10, 1986 |
It's known at Valley Christian High School as the jinx . In his eight seasons as coach, Mike Wunderley has taken the Crusaders into the playoffs in the Southern Section's Inland Conference. And each time, the tiny private school in Cerritos has found a way to stumble before the final. But this season, the jinx has been put to rest as the Crusaders (11-1) play Carpinteria (11-2) Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the Inland final at Gahr High in Cerritos.
December 7, 1996
Championship--Division II Site--Cal State Fullerton When--5 p.m. today Huntington Beach (23-2)--Starters: Dana Atkinson, 5-9, outside hitter, Sr.; Allison Ciarelli, 5-7, setter, Sr.; Lori Daedelow, 5-9, middle blocker, Jr.; Stephanie Draeger, 5-8, outside hitter, Sr.; Julie Hinsche, 6-1, middle blocker, Sr.; Laren Wilson, 5-10, outside hitter, Jr. Napa (34-1)--Starters: Alynda Franco, 5-5, setter, Sr.; Lisanne Franchi, 5-4, back row specialist, Jr.; Jillian Imrie, 5-9, outside hitter, Jr.
December 9, 1995 |
Che Holloway, Orange Lutheran running back, wasn't sure how to react. For 13 weeks, the Lancers have played football. Now, a little more than 24 hours before his last and most important game, he was being told to put everything on hold for a week. Orange Lutheran's opponent, Rosamond, was removed from the Southern Section Division X playoffs Friday for altering game films, leaving Holloway and his teammates to adjust to a new opponent and a week off.