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SPORTS
September 9, 1987
The Cal State Fullerton women's volleyball team defeated the University of San Diego, 15-3, 13-15, 15-13, 15-10, in a nonconference match Tuesday at Titan Gym. Sophomore outside hitter Susan Herman led the Titans (5-0) with 15 kills. Freshman Keri Pier had 12 kills, and sophomore Tammy Miller had 11 kills and 5 blocks.
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SPORTS
May 20, 1989
For the first time, the Southern Section high school boys' volleyball tournament will have three divisional finals, with a newly-added 2-A Division, today at Marina High School in Huntington Beach. The Southern Section expanded to three divisions this season because of the increase in the number of schools with volleyball programs. Playa Del Rey St. Bernard will play Simi Valley Royal in the inaugural 2-A final at 2:30 p.m. In the other divisional finals, top-seeded Manhattan Beach Mira Costa, 21-0.
SPORTS
April 28, 1990 | MIKE REILLEY
Aaron Boone of Edison High School has signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at USC this fall. Boone, a 6-foot-5 setter, will join former Orange County standouts Jason Perkins (Corona del Mar), Chris Knowles (Dana Hills) and Drew Sheward (Newport Harbor). "UCLA also wanted him but he had already made up his mind," Edison Coach Brian Rofer said. "UC Santa Barbara recruited him too, and I know a lot of other schools would have loved to have him."
SPORTS
April 30, 1994
Mark Alleman and Mike Allison each had 17 kills Friday to help Esperanza defeat Valencia, 15-7, 15-11, 15-10, and clinch its fourth consecutive Empire League championship. Jason Klems added 16 kills for the Aztecs (12-2, 8-0), who are ranked sixth in the county.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 14, 1996
We have lived at the foot of Pittsfield Lane for more than 15 years, less than 50 yards from the site of the neighborhood-built volleyball court. We are not players, but we feel the attitude that "we know what's best for you" shown by the Ventura County Parks Department's decision to remove it is bureaucratic arrogance. The posts were planted and the net put in place at no cost to the taxpayers. There is no threat to public safety, there are portable restrooms half a block away at the end of Seward, and most of the players live in the neighborhood and use their own facilities.
SPORTS
December 4, 1986
The Grossmont College women's volleyball team eliminated Orange Coast College from the Southern California playoffs Wednesday night, 16-14, 15-12 and 15-7, in a quarterfinal match at Grossmont. The Pirates, who finished the season 14-3, were led by sophomores Ann Javage and Cindy Thomas, each with seven kills, and sophomore setter Kim Rochow with 29 assists. The Griffins are 14-2.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 1997
Manhattan Beach officials on Tuesday unveiled an agreement with the Assn. of Volleyball Professionals that calls for the tournament promoter to fully subsidize the annual Manhattan Beach Open and limits the number of spectators who may attend the event. Under the agreement, the association will be allowed to charge admission for all seats at the 35-year-old tournament, compared with just 25% of seating in the past.
SPORTS
April 24, 1992 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Saturday's Tournament of Champions, the largest high school volleyball invitational in California, has been canceled, coordinator Neil Newman said Thursday. Seventy teams were scheduled to participate, including Edison, the seventh-ranked team in Orange County, and ninth-ranked Esperanza. Also, schools from San Francisco and San Diego were scheduled to play.
SPORTS
June 23, 1996 | JIM MURRAY
Volleyball is a game that's as old as basketball, older than pro football, as American as the banjo, as balletic as a Bolshoi. Every sports honk knows who Dr. James Naismith is. He invented basketball, right? Put a peach basket up and away he went. But how many have heard of William G. Morgan? He invented volleyball at about the same time and in almost the same place, Holyoke, Mass. Both of the inventions were in YMCA gyms. They each wanted a sport that didn't involve contact or brute strength.
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