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January 25, 2000 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A rose, by any other name, is still a rose. So, too, is an Aberegg. That's what Courtney Aberegg has discovered. It's a lesson shared with Venessa Ferragamo and Spencer George. When it comes to high school sports in Orange County, these three athletes find themselves carrying on the family name. In some cases, such as Aberegg's, it's no big deal. Ferragamo, on the other hand, longs for the day when "Daughter of Vince Ferragamo" doesn't seem to be part of her surname.
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January 25, 2000 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A rose, by any other name, is still a rose. So, too, is an Aberegg. That's what Courtney Aberegg has discovered. It's a lesson shared with Venessa Ferragamo and Spencer George. When it comes to high school sports in Orange County, these three athletes find themselves carrying on the family name. In some cases, such as Aberegg's, it's no big deal. Ferragamo, on the other hand, longs for the day when "Daughter of Vince Ferragamo" doesn't seem to be part of her surname.
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NEWS
February 16, 1999
Santiago/Senior Scored a game-high 17 points for the Cavaliers in a 58-46 victory over Pacifica that gave Santiago a season split with the Mariners and a share of the Garden Grove League title. It is the first girls' basketball league championship for Santiago since 1975. Reupena had three three-pointers in the road victory, including two in the fourth quarter to thwart a late rally by Pacifica.
SPORTS
December 31, 1998
Santa Margarita 51, Fountain Valley 44--Venessa Ferragamo scored 19 points and Daniell Bennett added 16 for Santa Margarita. In the Ayala tournament: No. 1 Brea Olinda 78, Rialto Eisenhower 56--Chelsea Trotter had 26 points, 17 rebounds and six assists for Brea Olinda (10-2). In the Cavalier Classic: Canyon 56, Fullerton 20--Paulette Seaman scored 14 points to lead Canyon (11-3).
SPORTS
March 17, 2000
Rosters were announced Wednesday for the 35th Orange County All-Star boys' and girls' basketball games, presented by the Costa Mesa Kiwanis Club. The games will be played April 15 at Orange Coast College.
SPORTS
December 29, 1998
In another tournament game: No. 2 Marina 58, Santa Margarita 36--Five turnovers to open the third quarter sparked a 10-0 run that extended Marina's lead to 16. The Vikings (12-0) outscored Santa Margarita, 19-4, in the quarter. Chanda McLeod scored 22 for the Vikings. Venessa Ferragamo scored 17 for Santa Margarita (8-4). Huntington Beach 53, Rosary 46--Megan Masuda scored 13 points and Kelsey Ball had 12 as the Oilers (9-2) upset 10th-ranked Rosary (9-5).
SPORTS
February 2, 2000 | MIKE BESACK
After three quarters, host Santa Margarita finally found the key to lock up Mater Dei's Maile Shimoda, which helped the Eagles rally to a 44-39 Serra League victory Tuesday night. Shimoda had 23 points and six three-pointers in propelling the injury-plagued Monarchs to a 34-24 lead going into the fourth quarter. But the No. 9 Eagles (16-7, 3-1) used a box-and-one defense anchored by guard Shannon Simon to hold Shimoda scoreless and the seventh-ranked Monarchs to only three fourth-quarter points.
SPORTS
February 28, 1999 | DAN ARRITT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Santa Margarita tried a continuous full-court press to neutralize La Puente Bishop Amat's height advantage, but the Lancers proved to be capable ballhandlers and won, 56-49, Saturday in a Southern Section Division II-A girls' basketball semifinal at Irvine Valley. "I thought our press would bother them more, but their point guard did a better job than I thought," Santa Margarita Coach Richard Schaaf said. "I just thought we'd get more turnovers and we didn't."
NEWS
March 28, 2000
* HOLLY ARMSTRONG Westminster G, 5-6, Sr. 14.5 ppg, 5.3 apg Three-point whiz (43.3%) averaged 4.6 steals, led team to three consecutive league titles. * DIANA BARRERAS Pacifica G, 5-3, Sr. 17.5 ppg, 4.1 apg Shot 54.1% from the field, averaged 4.4 steals and led Mariners to first Southern Section title game. * BETHANY BLAIR Esperanza C, 6-0, Jr. 12.0 ppg, 5.3 rpg A defensive force inside, shot 49.5% from field and became team's best outside threat. * BRANDI DAVIS Sonora G, 5-10, Jr. 14.3 ppg, 5.
SPORTS
February 19, 1999
La Verne Bonita 48, Bolsa Grande 35--Bonita scored only seven points in the first half, but trailed by only six points, then made up for it with a 20-point third quarter. Debby Baeder scored 13 for Bolsa Grande (10-17). Pacifica 62, Covina Charter Oak 36--Diana Barreras scored 25 points and had five assists to lead Pacifica, which trailed, 17-11, after the first quarter. The host Mariners (17-11) switched to a two-three zone in the second quarter and took a 30-19 lead at the half.
SPORTS
December 13, 1997
Christina Patterson scored 14 points to lead Edison to the championship of the Estancia girls' basketball tournament with a 45-37 victory over Cerritos Gahr Friday night. Melanie Cherney, named to the all-tournament team, scored 10 points for Edison (6-0). The Chargers' Michelle Zlystra was also named to the all-tournament team. Tammy Johnson led visiting Gahr (6-2) with a game-high 19 points.
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