• Sports Pioneers, Legends of Yesteryear Honored at SMHS


    They looked like they could still play, in the lexicon of sports. Kick off their shoes and beat a current Rio Hondo League girls’ basketball all-star team by twenty points.

    Any takers?

    From their junior high years until the last of the litter graduated in 1984, Lauren Brown Kozlosky, Annie Clark Pontrelli, Lisa Field Gonzales, Karen Haserot, Kelly Kostlan Bowman, Kathleen Reed Bonde, Susan Santley Douglas, Karen Soldwedel McHugh, Lindsay Steele Monroe and Lisa Wallen Honea – as well as their beloved basketball Coach Anne Smith and others who were unable to attend last Wednesday’s reunion following the Lady Titans’ win over Blair – set records that may never be eclipsed. See next week’s Tribune for more on these athletic pioneers…

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