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December 19, 1998 | SCOTT MOE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Vic Shealy has repeated family history all the way to the NAIA national championship football game. But today, Shealy will try to make his own history. In 1972, fourth-year Coach Victor Dalmouth Shealy II led Carson-Newman College of Jefferson City, Tenn., to its first visit to the NAIA playoffs before losing in the championship game. His 11-year-old son, Victor Dalmouth Shealy III, was a ballboy for that team.
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December 19, 1998 | SCOTT MOE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Vic Shealy has repeated family history all the way to the NAIA national championship football game. But today, Shealy will try to make his own history. In 1972, fourth-year Coach Victor Dalmouth Shealy II led Carson-Newman College of Jefferson City, Tenn., to its first visit to the NAIA playoffs before losing in the championship game. His 11-year-old son, Victor Dalmouth Shealy III, was a ballboy for that team.
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December 6, 1998 | SCOTT MOE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
All Jim Daichendt wanted was one more chance. After missing a field goal and having an extra point blocked, the Azusa Pacific kicker got his chance and made a 23-yard field goal with 1:02 to play to defeat Huron of South Dakota, 26-24, in an NAIA semifinal at Azusa on Saturday night. The Cougars will face Olivet Nazarene of Kankakee, Ill., for the championship Dec. 19 at Savannah, Tenn. Olivet beat Tri-State of Angola, Ind., 33-28, in the other semifinal. The final will be a rematch of a Sept.
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January 9, 1999 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Andy Katzenmoyer's junior season was not as good as his sophomore one, but it was good enough to convince him he's ready for the NFL. The first freshman to start at linebacker for Ohio State will skip his senior season and be available for the NFL draft, the school said Friday. Defensive coordinator Fred Pagac said Katzenmoyer told him that he notified the NFL of his decision. Friday was the deadline for underclassmen to declare.
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November 26, 1999 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dreamers, like dreams, come in all sizes. Caleb Willis is the compact kind. At 5 feet 8 and 160 pounds, Willis aspired to play NCAA Division I football out of Valencia High. And there were at least two schools that were initially interested. "I was recruited by the University of San Diego and by San Jose State," Willis said. "But that fell through." Willis then visited Azusa Pacific, a Christian school with a solid NAIA football tradition, and was smitten.
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November 5, 1996 | ARA NAJARIAN
The fun is back for the Azusa Pacific football program. With a second-year coach and the maturation of some of his prized recruits, there was optimism at the start of the season. A second-game victory over NCAA Division III power La Verne really got the school's hopes up. Then, by beating Chico State two weeks ago, the Cougars assured themselves of their first winning season since 1990.
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December 13, 1994 | From Associated Press
Three-time Olympic champion Alberto Tomba, off to his best start since the 1987-88 season, scored his second consecutive slalom victory Monday at Sestriere, Italy, in the first World Cup race run under lights. The Italian superstar clocked the fastest time in both runs, down the icy Kandahar course, for a winning combined time of 1 minute 53.61 seconds. Tomba defeated Thomas Fogdoe of Sweden by six-hundredths of a second.
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September 10, 1997 | ARA NAJARIAN
It's hallowed ground under discussion at Azusa Pacific, which is not too surprising, since the school is a Christian university. But it's football they are talking about. Mention football at Azusa Pacific and you almost have to mention former running back Christian Okoye. But word this year is, Cougar tailback Elijah Raphael is going to break some of Okoye's records--his season rushing yardage mark in particular. Are people allowed to say such things? Apparently so, but only with due reverence.
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January 31, 1995 | ARA NAJARIAN
You couldn't call it unexpected when Stacie Washington's teammates started calling her "Mom." Some even called her "Grandma." Washington, 26, is the oldest member of the Cal State Los Angeles women's basketball team. She also is the mother of 4-year-old twins. It was too easy a nickname for them to pass up. So she doesn't mind, especially since she emerged as a leader in what could be Cal State L.A.'s most successful season.
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September 21, 1997 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You just knew it would be a night to keep the record book handy. But a medical chart on quarterback Aaron Flowers? Cal State Northridge wasn't counting on its worst fears coming true. The Matadors demolished little Azusa Pacific, 63-21, setting a host of team records in a nonconference game Saturday night at North Campus Stadium. But all of them lost some of their luster when Flowers, Northridge's record-setting passer, went out in the second half with a hairline fracture of his right leg.
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