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Photos: Moorpark High hosts first boys basketball game with COVID-19 protocols

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. Moorpark High hosted Santa Clara on Thursday night in the first local boys basketball game with COVID-19 protocols since March 2020. The players’ family members had to purchase digital tickets, get their temperature checked before entry, and stay socially distant from other household pods in the gym. Moorpark won the game 44-40 in overtime, avenging its loss Tuesday night at Santa Clara (1-1). Troy Anderso...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Santa Clara, High School Sports, Ryan Moore, Moorpark, High School Basketball, Andy Holzman, Troy Anderson, Moorpark High, Moorpark High School, Nate Tiedge, High School All Sports, Andy Olmos Jr, Ben Yea


Kings Beat Celtics 107-96 To Sweep Season Series

BOSTON (AP) — Richaun Holmes had 25 points, 11 rebounds, three blocked shots and two steals, and the Sacramento Kings held on to beat Boston 107-96 on Friday night and earn their first season sweep of the Celtics since 2007. De’Aaron Fox scored 29 points and Buddy Hield had 22 for Sacramento, which has won consecutive games for the first time since Feb. 6-7. It was Holmes’ fifth double-double in his last six games and 15th of the season. “Tonight is just an example for people to see in a win wha...
Tags: Boston, Sports, Sacramento Kings, Sacramento, Ap, Fox, Basketball, Kings, Nba, Boston Celtics, Harrison Barnes, Brad Stevens, Celtics, Jabari Parker, Holmes, Walton


Photos: Moorpark High hosts first boys basketball game with COVID-19 protocol

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. Moorpark High hosted Santa Clara Thursday night in the first local boys basketball game with COVID-19 protocols since March 2020. Players’ family members had to purchase digital tickets, get their temperature checked before entry, and stay socially distant from other household pods in the gym. Moorpark won the game 44-40 in overtime, avenging its loss Tuesday night at Santa Clara (1-1). Troy Anderson notch...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Santa Clara, High School Sports, Ryan Moore, Moorpark, High School Basketball, Andy Holzman, Troy Anderson, Moorpark High, Moorpark High School, Nate Tiedge, Andy Olmos Jr, Ben Yea, Alex Roth


Leafs Report Cards: Toronto loses the goaltending battle again, falls to sixth loss in seven games

Sometimes you just need a ****ing save. Since hiring Daryl Sutter, the Calgary Flames have been a dominant team at 5v5. The Toronto Maple Leafs significantly outplayed them at even strength tonight — and lost 4-3. After riding some sky-high shooting percentage and save percentage luck to start the season, the PDO reckoning appears to […] The post Leafs Report Cards: Toronto loses the goaltending battle again, falls to sixth loss in seven games appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Calgary Flames, Pdo, Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Game Reviews, Daryl Sutter


Durable, versatile Adrian Kempe invaluable to Kings

Though his recent scoring streak had become a scoreless stretch of commensurate length, Adrian Kempe has continued to progress while providing value and versatility to the Kings this season. The 24-year-old forward has played in all situations for the Kings, averaging more time on ice short-handed than all but two Kings forwards, Anze Kopitar and Alex Iafallo. He has also provided positional versatility by moving around the lineup seamlessly, slotting into all three forward positions and also pr...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Kings, NHL, Calgary, Dustin Brown, Adrian, Los-angeles-kings, Ontario, Edmonton Oilers, Sutter, Milan Lucic, Anze Kopitar, American Hockey League, Mclellan


Sheldon Keefe Post Game, Flames 4 vs. Leafs 3: “Any time you give up a goal on the first shot on net, it is tough”

Sheldon Keefe addressed the media after his team’s 4-3 defeat to the Calgary Flames, the Leafs’ sixth loss in their last seven games. On how difficult it is to fall behind 2-0 in the first game back from the break: Very tough. It is a tough sport to play any time you give up a […] The post Sheldon Keefe Post Game, Flames 4 vs. Leafs 3: “Any time you give up a goal on the first shot on net, it is tough” appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
Tags: Sport, Leafs, Sheldon Keefe, Leafs News, Sheldon Keefe Post, Calgary Flames the Leafs


Did coronavirus vaccine work if you felt no side effects?

In this era of mass coronavirus vaccinations, it’s a question that keeps emerging: “I just got my shot, and I don’t feel any side effects, and no signs of pain. Does that mean it didn’t work?” Even experts have found themselves wondering — but not really. “I have personal experience. I received both doses of the Pfizer vaccine. And the second dose, I didn’t feel a thing — and I wondered,” said Dr. Paul Simon, chief science officer for Los Angeles County. The doctor didn’t wonder long, though. Re...
Tags: News, Paul Simon, Sport, Soccer, Pfizer, Southern California, Simon, Los Angeles County, Centers for Disease Control, San Bernardino County, LA County California, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories RDF


NFL free agency 2021 winners and losers: JuJu Smith-Schuster stays put, Justin Simmons inks long-term deal

Smith-Schuster and Simmons headlined Friday's NFL news cycle
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Raiders 7-round draft order after NFL returns draft pick for COVID violations

For the third time in a matter of days, the Raiders had added a draft pick to their 2021 total. This one is added on appeal. They had...
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Trent Boult takes four as Bangladesh skittled for 131

Jimmy Neesham and Mitchell Santner claimed two wickets apiece as New Zealand dominated
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Coronavirus: L.A. County reported 756 new cases and 60 new deaths as of March 19

Los Angeles public health officials reported 756 new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases to 1,213,288 as of Friday, March 19. Officials said there were 60 new deaths linked to the coronavirus, for a total 22,722 deaths since tracking began. A total of 3,222,880 vaccinations have been administered in the county to date. There were no new hospitalizations reported. The official count of hospitalizations remains at 861. That’s an 89.4% decrease from the Jan. 7 high of 8,098...
Tags: Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Infographic, Sport, Data, Soccer, Local News, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LBPT, Coronavirus


Woman dies after being struck by street racer in West Hills, police say

A woman died after her car was struck by a street racer who lost control of his vehicle in West Hills on Friday afternoon, March 19, Los Angeles police said. Two to three street racers were driving north at around 4 p.m. on Valley Circle Boulevard when one of them lost control and struck the woman, who was driving a Prius near the Vanowen Street intersection, LAPD spokesman Mike Lopez said. Miguel Bautista, who was walking along the street, told a news videographer he saw a gray car “flying,” go...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Sport, Crash, Soccer, San Diego, Lapd, Sun Valley, North Hollywood, Metrolink, Mike Lopez, West Hills, Vanowen Street, Top Stories LADN, Valley Circle Boulevard, Miguel Bautista


Report: Current Cuomo aide accuses him of harassment

By Marina Villenueve | Associated Press ALBANY, N.Y. — A woman who currently works in the office of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he looked down her shirt and made suggestive remarks to her and another aide, according to a newspaper report published Friday. Alyssa McGrath told The New York Times that Cuomo called her beautiful in Italian, referred to her and her female colleague as “mingle mamas,” asked why she wasn’t wearing a wedding ring and inquired about her divorce. “He has a way of maki...
Tags: New York, Sport, Soccer, The Times, Manhattan, The New York Times, Andrew Cuomo, Albany, Mcgrath, Cuomo, Bennett, Assembly, Hudson River, U S Justice Department, Quinnipiac University, Gov Cuomo


Atlanta shootings shed light on sexualization of Asian women

Statements from the man suspected of fatally shooting eight people, including six women of Asian descent, in Atlanta this week have spurred outrage nationwide and shined new light on the hypersexualization and fetishization of Asian women in America. Investigators say Robert Aaron Long, a 21-year-old White man who faces murder charges in connection with the attacks Tuesday, March 16, at three Atlanta-area spas, told officials he didn’t shoot anyone because of their race, but because of his own s...
Tags: Crime, News, Shooting, California, China, New York City, America, Atlanta, Georgia, Diversity, Sport, Soccer, Hate Crime, Orange County, Southern California, Levin


Biden, Harris offer solace, denounce racism in Atlanta visit

By JONATHAN LEMIRE, JEFF AMY and ZEKE MILLER ATLANTA (AP) — President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris offered solace to Asian Americans and denounced the scourge of racism at times hidden “in plain sight” as they visited Atlanta on Friday, just days after a white gunman killed eight people, most of them Asian American women. Addressing the nation after a roughly 80-minute meeting with Asian American state legislators and other leaders, Biden said it was “heart-wrenching” to listen to ...
Tags: Politics, News, California, Washington, White House, China, America, Atlanta, Georgia, Sport, Joe Biden, Ap, Soccer, Biden, Donald Trump, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention


NCAA apologizes to women’s basketball teams for weight room inequities

By DOUG FEINBERG THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN ANTONIO — NCAA basketball administrators apologized to the women’s basketball players and coaches after inequities between the men’s and women’s tournament went viral on social media and vowed to do better. NCAA senior vice president of basketball Dan Gavitt vowed to do better during a Zoom call on Friday morning, a day after photos showed the difference between the weight rooms at the two tournaments. “I apologize to the women’s student-athletes, coache...
Tags: Texas, California, Sports, America, Sport, Indianapolis, Soccer, New York Times, Connecticut, Nba, College sports, Ncaa, Drake, BYU, UConn, San Antonio


Sean McVay confident in Rams’ defense despite losing four starters

Rams coach Sean McVay won’t say the league’s top-ranked defense has taken a step back, even though starting safety John Johnson, cornerback Troy Hill and outside linebacker Samson Ebukam signed with other teams and defensive lineman Michael Brockers was traded this week. With the season nearly six months away, there’s time to acquire reinforcements and weigh bigger roles for young Rams. “What that means is, you’re counting on some young guys to step up,” McVay said Friday. He named cornerbacks D...
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Bombs Away | Banff

A day up at sunshine with the crew! Riders Yosuke https://www.instagram.com/y_dogg_styles/ Tam https://www.instagram.com/tamsquatch/ Zach https://www.instagram.com/zach.creighton/ Alister https://www.instagram.com/underratedallstar/ Travis https://www.instagram.com/t_labelle7/ Filmer Jaron https://www.instagram.com/jaronwhelan/ Camera GoPro Hero9 .fb-background-color { background: #ffffff !important; } .fb_iframe_widget_fluid_desktop iframe { width: ...
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Experts warn of another coronavirus surge as Southern California cases decline

With far fewer people going to the hospital and vaccine getting into many people’s arms, the outlook is brighter than at any time during the coronavirus pandemic. But, as shutdown-weary Southern Californians welcome the reopening of schools, gyms and movie theaters and the return of indoor dining, experts say there is a strong chance the region will see yet another spike in hospitalizations and deaths. And they say it is crucial for people to stay vigilant — wearing face coverings, maintaining a...
Tags: Health, Europe, Texas, News, California, Cdc, US, Los Angeles, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, United States, Biden, Orange County, Riverside County, Anthony Fauci


Temporary pallet shelters coming to Wilmington, adding options to the fight against homelessness

Work is expected to finish in the next month or so on 75 individual pallet shelter structures in Wilmington — and open for residents shortly after — as efforts continue to expand in the fight against homelessness. The 64-square-foot, insulated shelters are seen as an option that could help clear sidewalk encampments and move people into more permanent housing faster. The Wilmington structures are the most-recent in several pallet shelters that have gone up throughout Southern California in recen...
Tags: News, Housing, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Homeless, Seattle, Local News, Salvation Army, Southern California, San Pedro, Homeless Shelters, Infinity, Watts, Los Angeles County


Dodgers’ bench coming into focus with few decisions left

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Decisions have to be made – but not that many. With 13 days to go before they open defense of their World Series championship, the Dodgers’ roster is largely settled with the runoff from their starting rotation, a couple of bullpen spots opened by the likelihood that Joe Kelly and Brusdar Graterol will not be ready to start the season on the active roster and, maybe, one position player on the bench still to be settled. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts has said a final decision has...
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Chicago Bears’ 2021 NFL Draft order released

Where the Bears will be picking in April has been made official. A slight surprise is in store.
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2021 Lucky 7k

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Dodgers rough up Rangers for 15 hits, including 8 doubles

THE GAME: The Dodgers had 15 hits on Friday, including eight doubles, as they beat the Texas Rangers, 7-2, at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz. PITCHING REPORT: Left-hander Julio Urias started the Dodgers off with four scoreless innings. Urias allowed two hits and struck out three. … Right-hander Jimmy Nelson gave up two singles and a walk in his two scoreless innings. He has allowed one unearned run and four hits in seven innings this spring. The walk Friday was his first against nine strikeou...
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Live updates: High school football Week 2 in Southern California

The second week of a unique high school football season in Southern California has already begun and includes games in the Inland Empire. Teams in Riverside and San Bernardino counties kicked off the football season this week with games on Thursday. Some programs from Los Angeles and Orange counties opened the season last week for the first official games since the fall of 2019. Several games have been canceled this week, including Upland vs. Loyola and Pasadena Poly vs. Rio Hondo Prep. Mission ...
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The Latest: NHL Lists 9 Players in COVID Protocol

The NHL has nine players listed in its COVID-19 protocol, matching the most since Feb. 24.
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Whicker: Rams see Matthew Stafford as a high-mileage survivor

Among the great euphemisms of our time is “pre-owned.” Nobody wants to admit buying a used car. Much better to go pre-owned. Better yet, “experienced.” The Rams are getting Matthew Stafford, 33, at the 100,000-mile mark. Few quarterbacks make it there. They had a first-overall choice in Jared Goff. He took them, or maybe they took him, to a Super Bowl. Goff never was as bad as his critics claim, but suddenly in 2020 one of his critics became Sean McVay, which is slightly worse than getting a thu...
Tags: Texas, Sports, NFL, Atlanta, Georgia, Sport, Indianapolis, Chicago, Soccer, Roger Ebert, Ford, Tennessee, Athens, Nba, New Orleans, Aaron Rodgers


LA County officials release draft goals, priorities for Aliso Canyon gas blowout health study

A draft document laying out the goals and priorities of study into the health effects of the largest gas blowout in the country’s history was released Friday, March 19, and the public will have 30 days to examine it and give feedback. The draft outline of key topics the health study would focus on comes more than five years after the gas leak was discovered at the Aliso Canyon canyon gas storage facility near Porter Ranch in the northwest San Fernando Valley, in October 2015. The well released 1...
Tags: Health, News, Government, Environment, Sport, Soccer, Community, Porter Ranch Gas Leak, Aliso Canyon, Porter Ranch, Southern California Gas Co, LA County, San Fernando Valley, Top Stories LADN, County Department of Public Health, Linh Tat


Chess: Humiliated Magnus Carlsen eliminated from his own tournament

The world champion lost his semi-final against Russian champion Ian Nepomniachtchi in the $200,000 Carlsen Invitational Magnus Carlsen, the world champion, has been having a hard time in the $1.5m online Meltwater Champions Tour, supported by his own company Play Magnus Group. There are 10 qualifying tournaments leading to a final in the autumn and Carlsen, 30, who won the 2020 Tour, has so far this year been knocked out four times.The first three Tour events were won by the US champion Wesley S...
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Biden, Harris offer solace, denouce racism in Atlanta visit

By JONATHAN LEMIRE, JEFF AMY and ZEKE MILLER ATLANTA (AP) — President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris offered solace to Asian Americans and denounced the scourge of racism at times hidden “in plain sight” as they visited Atlanta on Friday, just days after a white gunman killed eight people, most of them Asian American women. Addressing the nation after a roughly 80-minute meeting with Asian American state legislators and other leaders, Biden said it was “heart wrenching” to listen to ...
Tags: Politics, News, California, White House, China, America, Atlanta, Georgia, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Biden, Donald Trump, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Kamala Harris, Miller



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