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Tiger Woods (continued) – At one point, Woods held all four major titles at once for a so-called “Tiger Slam.” The county athlete of the year award in 1994 did go to another future hall of fame athlete: NFL tight end Tony Gonzalez, now with the Atlanta Falcons. At Huntington Beach, Gonzalez was a standout in football and basketball. He played both sports at Cal.
TEXT BY DAN ALBANO, OCVARSITY.COM; ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER FILE PHOTO

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Hart 1, Huntington Beach 3 - 7th Inns - Completed

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Garden Grove 2, Cabrillo/Lompoc 1 - 8th Inns - Completed

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Pacifica 9, Valencia/Valencia 0 - 7th Inns - Completed

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Warren 3, San Clemente 10 - 7th Inns - Completed

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San Clemente 10, Dos Pueblos 1 - 7th Inns - Completed

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Grand Terrace 6, Sunny Hills 7 - 7th Inns - Completed

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Crescenta Valley 5, Trabuco Hills 1 - 7th Inns - Completed

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Sunny Hills 3, Don Lugo 2 - 7th Inns - Completed

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Trabuco Hills 2, Camarillo 1 - 9th Inns - Completed

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Katella 2, Alta Loma 0 - 7th Inns - Completed