January 17, 1989 |
Eric Brady, a 6-foot-8 sophomore forward who was heavily recruited while in high school, says he will transfer from the University of Washington after the 1988-89 season. "I just decided it was best for me to go someplace else," Brady told the Bellevue Journal American on Monday. Gonzaga University in Spokane has offered Brady a scholarship. Although Brady has yet to make an official announcement, he said he was 99% certain he will attend the West Coast Athletic Conference school.
December 2, 2002 |
SPOKANE, Wash. -- The way some people tell it, Gonzaga Coach Mark Few turned down the Washington Huskies' job offer, then turned around and turned them in for recruiting violations. There's a little more to the story, but it makes for a pretty lively rivalry as the teams meet tonight on Gonzaga's campus. This is the case of a 4,700-student Jesuit school from the West Coast Conference outdoing the state's two Pacific 10 universities.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 2, 1997
A former teacher at George Washington Preparatory High School pleaded no contest Tuesday to misdemeanor sex charges for making child pornography videos. Rodney Blaine Anderson, 42, entered the plea just before a preliminary hearing on the charges was to begin in Los Angeles Municipal Court. He faces a 16-month state prison term when he is sentenced July 31 by Superior Court Judge Judith Champagne, Deputy Dist. Atty. Richard Ceballos said.
May 21, 1988 |
As on nearly every campaign morning lately, Massachusetts Gov. Michael S. Dukakis and his wife, Kitty, went to high school Friday, lauding education and denouncing drugs before a captive assembly in South-Central Los Angeles. "I hope we can have high schools like this all over America," Dukakis told students at Washington Preparatory High School, renowned for academic excellence under principal George McKenna. "This is what the future of America is all about."
October 19, 1994 |
Two Grant High School juniors were stabbed and a 16-year-old student was shot near the campus Tuesday, apparently because of animosity between Armenian and Latino students that led to scattered after-school fighting, school authorities said. Two boys of Armenian descent who were stabbed several times as they walked to their cars were being held overnight for treatment at Valley Hospital Medical Center, where they were listed in fair condition.