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September 19, 1999 | STEVE GALLUZZO
Jason Austin of Hueneme High rushed for two touchdowns but the Vikings lost to Daytona Beach Mainland, 36-20, at Lake Buena Vista, Fla., on Saturday night. Hueneme (0-2) cut its deficit to 22-20 with 14 seconds left in the third quarter on a 42-yard touchdown pass play from Gordy Pinedo to Dwayne Taylor, but the Vikings failed on the two-point conversion. Mainland (3-0) struck for touchdowns on its next two possessions to put the game away.
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September 19, 1987 | DAVID WHARTON, Times Staff Writer
How badly did Alemany beat the St. Bernard Vikings on Friday night? Well, the score was 20-3. Playing at St. Bernard, Alemany dominated the Vikings on offense, defense and special teams. St. Bernard held a raffle at halftime, and Alemany dominated that, too. An Indian fan walked off with $88. More important to Alemany Coach Enrique Lopez, his team walked off with its first win after playing Los Banos to a 25-25 tie last week. "This is definitely a feather in our caps," Lopez said.
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January 10, 1985 | CRAIG THOMSON
El Camino Real 34, Monroe 32 Rick Hergott sank a seven-foot shot with three seconds left in overtime to give El Camino Real a come-from-behind 34-32 victory over Monroe in the Valley 4-A League opener for both teams. El Camino Real, which is 9-3 overall, was heavily favored but Monroe went to a spread offense after taking the lead early in the second quarter. The Vikings held the lead until the fourth quarter.
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February 22, 1986
Keith Harris scored 18 points and pulled down 14 rebounds Friday night to lead Bay League champion Santa Monica past El Toro, 65-47, in a CIF Southern Section 4-A basketball playoff game at Santa Monica. Harris, a 6-foot 6-inch senior who plans to attend the University of Kansas next season, made 9 of 16 shots from the field. He also had 4 steals and 3 assists to pace the Vikings (22-3).
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September 26, 1992 | JAMES ESCARCEGA
The next time you see Marina Coach Dave Thompson, don't be surprised to see a few more gray hairs on his head. After losing a close game to Corona del Mar last week in the last minute, the Vikings were on the other end of a close score when they defeated the El Rancho, 24-23, Friday night at El Rancho. "Now I know what Corona del Mar felt last week," Thompson said. "This was another great football game."
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September 27, 1986 | TIM O'HARA
For the second week in a row Foothill High Schol finished the first half not knowing what was wrong with its offense. After being held to only two first downs in the first half, the Knights (3-0) controlled the ball in the second half to defeat Marina (0-3), 17-7, Friday night on Northrup Field. Senior tailback John Fischbeck, who recorded his third consecutive 100-yard game, scored on a four-yard run after Chris Fergus threw 65 yards to Steve Koehl on the Knights' second play.
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May 19, 1989 | ROCKY PINHEIRO, Times Staff Writer
Royal High earned a berth into the Southern Section 2-A Division final against St. Bernard by nipping Campbell Hall, 16-18, 7-15, 15-10, 15-5, 17-15, Thursday at Moorpark High. In the final game, Royal built an 8-3 lead behind junior Jeff Colton and senior Craig Parker. The Vikings would not fold, however, and tied the score, 8-8, when the Highlanders' Matt Brown hit into the net. But Viking miscues gave Royal an 11-8 margin. After Campbell Hall Coach Kris Ragland called a timeout, the Vikings rallied to a 13-13 tie. The teams continued to trade points before Colton gave Royal a 16-15 lead with a deep spike.
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January 24, 1998 | DAN ARRITT
Marina defeated top-ranked Irvine, 4-2, in a nonleague girls' water polo game Friday at Heritage Park in Irvine, but the Vikings won't have much time to celebrate the upset victory. Marina, ranked third in the county, gets another test today when it plays No. 5 Rosary in a nonleague game at Golden West. "This is great, I'm very happy and everything, but it's not over yet," Marina Coach Dave Carlson said. The Vikings (13-4) are in the middle of the toughest stretch on their schedule.
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