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By Matt Szabo, matthew.szabo@latimes.com | September 24, 2010
RIVERSIDE – Two touches for Taylor Ross, two touchdowns and more broken tackles. The Sage Hill School senior tailback started fast Friday night at Sherman Indian. Ross appeared just as fast and about as hard to tackle as one of the cars speeding by on the 91 Freeway in the distance. For the first time in four games, Ross didn't get to 200 yards rushing. But he and his Lightning teammates will surely take the 48-8 nonleague victory, their first blowout win of the season.
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September 23, 2010
Sage Hill vs. Sherman Indian When/where: Tonight, 7 at Sherman Indian High (Riverside) Key Lightning: Sr. TB/LB Taylor Ross (667 yards, eight8 TDs) ; Jr. LB David Fenner (40 tackles, two sacks); Sr. OL/DL T.J. Danner (31 tackles, two sacks); Jr. WR/DB Taylor Petty (148 receiving years and one TD; two INTs). Key Braves: Jr. QB/S Michael Gonzales (82 yards rushing, 51 yards passing); Sr. TB/LB Pacomio Sun (76 yards rushing, two TDs); So. WR/S Carmelo Patricio (six tackles, one INT)
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October 21, 2004
Rick Devereux In the midst of its best season, the Sage Hill School football team is not relishing in the moment. Instead, the Lightning (5-1) are looking to the future. "If we can win our sixth game of the year, even if we lose all three Academy League games, it will give us at shot at an at-large berth for the playoffs," Coach Tom Monarch said. "With that said, our team is getting better each week and we play some pretty tough teams in and out of league."
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September 1, 2004
Colors: Forest green, silver and white. League: Academy. 2003 record: 1-8, 0-3 in league. Type of offense: Single back, I-formation. Type of defense: Four-four. Head coach: Tom Monarch (third year, 4-15). Staff: Monarch (co-offensive coordinator); Brad Gossen (co-offensive coordinator, quarterbacks); Steve Hingst (defensive coordinator); Mike Marchetti (assistant defensive coordinator, linebackers); Jason Eldridge (receivers, secondary)
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October 23, 2004
Rick Devereux The Sage Hill School football team is starting to enjoy playing homecoming games. The Lightning beat Sherman Indian, 14-0, Friday night in a nonleague game to improve to 3-0 in homecoming games this year. Sage won its homecoming last week and beat Fairmont on its homecoming in Week 4. Sage Hill (6-1) came out flat in the first half, indicative of a long bus ride to Riverside, a poor week of practice and some shuffling of the roster.
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October 25, 2003
Bryce Alderton By the time Sage Hill School's offense got in rhythm, the clock showed all zeroes and the Lightning fell short yet again. The host Sage Hill football team scored all nine of its points with less than a minute left, but visiting Sherman Indian had a comfortable lead and cruised to a 22-9 nonleague win Friday afternoon. The future flashed before Sage Hill Coach Tom Monarch's eyes as he watched freshman quarterback Braden Ross march the Lightning (1-5)
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October 23, 2003
Patrick Laverty Sage Hill School football coach Tom Monarch knows the difficult task that lies ahead when Academy League play begins next week. He also knows what a victory would do for his team's confidence going into league play. The Lightning (1-4) will attempt to gain that victory Friday when they play host to Sherman Indian (2-3) at 3:30 p.m. "I think it should be pretty evenly paired," Monarch said. "If we minimize mistakes, we should do OK."
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By: Chris Yemma | September 22, 2005
Like what every car needs periodically, the Sage Hill School football team will be looking for a tuneup in its game against visiting Sherman Indian at 7 p.m. Friday night. With a thunderous ground game oiled and ready to go, Lightning Coach Tom Monarch wants to sharpen up the team's passing game for Academy League play later in the season. Sherman Indian gets to be the guinea pig. "We have to fine tune our passing," said Monarch, whose team trounced Midway Baptist Friday to improve to 3-0. "We need to balance our game a little more, and then eliminate some mistakes.
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By: Chris Yemma | October 6, 2005
The Sage Hill School football team has two aspects in common with Twin Pines: Both schools have played Fairmont Prep and Sherman Indian. But that's just about all the similarities that can be drawn between the two. While Twin Pines (1-3) defeated Fairmont Prep, 23-14, and lost to Sherman Indian, 20-16, the Lightning (4-0), ranked No. 8 in CIF Southern Section Division XIII, walloped both schools by a combined 93-16. Sage, hungry for game time after an unexpected weekend off due to fires near Calabasas last weekend, plays host to Twin Pines at 7 p.m. Friday.
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October 23, 2004
SCORE BY QUARTERS -- Sage Hill 0 0 7 7 - 14 Sherman Indian 0 0 0 0 - 0 -- THIRD QUARTER SH -- Ayres 7 run (Werblin kick), 2:58. FOURTH QUARTER SH-- Ayres 1 run (Werblin kick), 2:11 A -- 400 (est.) INDIVIDUAL RUSHING SH -- Ayres 29-145, 2 TDs; Sohl 13-55; McGee 7-30; Ross 3-14. SI -- Greir 13-41; DeMarcus 5-12; Woody 2-4. INDIVIDUAL PASSING SH -- McGee 3-10-0, 49. SI -- Throssell 0-5-0. INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING SH -- Ross 2-41; Hancock 1-8. SI -- None.
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By Matt Szabo, matthew.szabo@latimes.com | September 24, 2010
RIVERSIDE – Two touches for Taylor Ross, two touchdowns and more broken tackles. The Sage Hill School senior tailback started fast Friday night at Sherman Indian. Ross appeared just as fast and about as hard to tackle as one of the cars speeding by on the 91 Freeway in the distance. For the first time in four games, Ross didn't get to 200 yards rushing. But he and his Lightning teammates will surely take the 48-8 nonleague victory, their first blowout win of the season.
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September 23, 2010
Sage Hill vs. Sherman Indian When/where: Tonight, 7 at Sherman Indian High (Riverside) Key Lightning: Sr. TB/LB Taylor Ross (667 yards, eight8 TDs) ; Jr. LB David Fenner (40 tackles, two sacks); Sr. OL/DL T.J. Danner (31 tackles, two sacks); Jr. WR/DB Taylor Petty (148 receiving years and one TD; two INTs). Key Braves: Jr. QB/S Michael Gonzales (82 yards rushing, 51 yards passing); Sr. TB/LB Pacomio Sun (76 yards rushing, two TDs); So. WR/S Carmelo Patricio (six tackles, one INT)
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By: Chris Yemma | October 6, 2005
The Sage Hill School football team has two aspects in common with Twin Pines: Both schools have played Fairmont Prep and Sherman Indian. But that's just about all the similarities that can be drawn between the two. While Twin Pines (1-3) defeated Fairmont Prep, 23-14, and lost to Sherman Indian, 20-16, the Lightning (4-0), ranked No. 8 in CIF Southern Section Division XIII, walloped both schools by a combined 93-16. Sage, hungry for game time after an unexpected weekend off due to fires near Calabasas last weekend, plays host to Twin Pines at 7 p.m. Friday.
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By: Barry Faulkner | September 26, 2005
The mutual respect that flowed between both teams in Friday night's Battle of the Bay at Orange Coast College was one obvious byproduct of the two neighborhood schools' athletes having shared relationships over the years. From the meeting of captains at midfield for the pregame coin toss, to interaction between players during the game, to the handshakes, smiles, words and emotion exchanged afterward, it was clear that these players, now rivals, had often been teammates in the past.
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By: Matt Lewis | September 24, 2005
The Sage Hill School football team wanted to improve its passing. Don't let that make you think they are going to stop rushing, though. The Lightning, ranked No. 10 in CIF Southern Section Division XIII, excelled in all facets of the game, pummeling visiting Sherman Indian, 52-8, in a nonleague game Friday night. Sage Hill amassed 298 yards and four touchdowns on the ground. As expected, Don Ayres (140) and Keya Manshadi (58) earned the majority of the yards.
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By: Chris Yemma | September 22, 2005
Like what every car needs periodically, the Sage Hill School football team will be looking for a tuneup in its game against visiting Sherman Indian at 7 p.m. Friday night. With a thunderous ground game oiled and ready to go, Lightning Coach Tom Monarch wants to sharpen up the team's passing game for Academy League play later in the season. Sherman Indian gets to be the guinea pig. "We have to fine tune our passing," said Monarch, whose team trounced Midway Baptist Friday to improve to 3-0. "We need to balance our game a little more, and then eliminate some mistakes.
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October 28, 2004
Rick Devereux The Sage Hill School football team has already surpassed multiple records this year. Most rushing yards in a game by the team? Against Silver Valley, the Lightning rushed for 330 yards. Most individual rushing yards in a game? Don Ayres gained 179 yards in the season opener against Midway Baptist and Keya Manshadi matched that total against Viewpoint. Most points scored? Sage Hill downed Silver Valley, 62-19, to surpass the previous high of 42, which the Lightning scored against Midway Baptist in both 2002 and this season.
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October 26, 2004
The 10-year reunion of Newport Harbor High's 1994 CIF Southern Section Division V championship football team that finished 14-0 was inspiration for the current team, Sailors Coach Jeff Brinkley said. Some of the former players spoke to the current players before the Tars' 21-7 Sea View League home victory over Aliso Niguel Thursday. "[The alumni] mostly reinforced what [the coaches] talk about with the players," Brinkley said. "Work hard, play hard and have fun."
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October 23, 2004
SCORE BY QUARTERS -- Sage Hill 0 0 7 7 - 14 Sherman Indian 0 0 0 0 - 0 -- THIRD QUARTER SH -- Ayres 7 run (Werblin kick), 2:58. FOURTH QUARTER SH-- Ayres 1 run (Werblin kick), 2:11 A -- 400 (est.) INDIVIDUAL RUSHING SH -- Ayres 29-145, 2 TDs; Sohl 13-55; McGee 7-30; Ross 3-14. SI -- Greir 13-41; DeMarcus 5-12; Woody 2-4. INDIVIDUAL PASSING SH -- McGee 3-10-0, 49. SI -- Throssell 0-5-0. INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING SH -- Ross 2-41; Hancock 1-8. SI -- None.
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October 23, 2004
Rick Devereux The Sage Hill School football team is starting to enjoy playing homecoming games. The Lightning beat Sherman Indian, 14-0, Friday night in a nonleague game to improve to 3-0 in homecoming games this year. Sage won its homecoming last week and beat Fairmont on its homecoming in Week 4. Sage Hill (6-1) came out flat in the first half, indicative of a long bus ride to Riverside, a poor week of practice and some shuffling of the roster.
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