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Check It Store Wars / Broken Arrow and Cal Jam at SC Village

Sonny Phommarine sent me a few photos of Check It Factory Team (Broken Arrow?) and Check it store day from the later half of the 90s.

Check it factory team

Sonny Phommarine identifies the pictured players as:
“[Sonny Phommarine],  Carlos Mariscal, Dennis Carefre, Trini Camarena and Eric ( from the Grizwald ) filling in.”

Check It factory team at Cal jam

Sonny writes that this photo was take at the “Speedball Arena during Cal Jam 2 and walk on fields with Check It Store Warz crew.”
 
Check It Gateway Store WarsRegarding this photo, Sonny writes:
“OD [shirts were] Broken Arrow, blue was West [Covina] and forest green was [the] Santa Ana store color.”
 

Find this album of photos on facebook at:
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.447319222028725.1073741826.269766366450679

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