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GOMH Tonight with Bulldog (Skunked)

South GOMH Bay is 95% Ice Free. Just some on the East Rim North GOMH Bay May Be Ice-Free Tomorrow Two Eagles on the ice at the Base Of Eagle Perch Tree Very Little Progress At Bulldog Checked out Bulldog, North Platte Lake Drive, Rock Lake, and the GOMH tonight. A little pulling away from the shore along North Platte Lake Drive and the Rock Access, but not much. Eagles, Swans, Canadians, and Red Wings at the GOMH. Didn't get a bite, no surprise. [Aut...
Tags: Sport, Fishing, Swans, Eagle, Red Wings, Canadian Geese, GOMH, Platte/Sullivan, Skunk, Bulldog Lake, North Platte Lake Drive, Red Wing Blackbird, Bulldog North Platte Lake Drive Rock Lake


Ducks’ woes continue with loss to Wild, their 6th in their past 7 games

The Ducks’ Isac Lundestrom, left, controls the puck against the Minnesota Wild’s Joel Eriksson Ek during the second period of Monday’s game in St. Paul, Minn. (AP Photo/Stacy Bengs) Minnesota Wild’s Kirill Kaprizov (97) controls the puck against Anaheim Ducks’ Nicolas Deslauriers (20) during the first period of an NHL hockey game Monday, March 22, 2021, in St. Paul, Minn. (AP Photo/Stacy Bengs) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Minnesota Wild’s goalie Cam Talbot (33) stop...
Tags: Minnesota, Sports, Sport, Ap, Soccer, NHL, Terry, Ducks, Anaheim-ducks, Minnesota Wild, Ryan Miller, Ryan Getzlaf, Cam Talbot, Ryan Suter, Suter, Fowler


Alexander: Does Mick Cronin have UCLA ahead of schedule?

The four letters on the front of those jerseys still matter, especially when a team hasn’t run into them before. Abilene Christian, eight years into its Division I existence but making its second March Madness appearance since becoming eligible for the NCAA Tournament in 2018, might have toppled an in-state behemoth the other night. But Texas isn’t UCLA, Shaka Smart isn’t Mick Cronin, and Cinderella’s glass slipper was full of cracks Monday afternoon. And maybe the discipline these Bruins have s...
Tags: Texas, Colorado, Oregon, Sports, Alabama, Sport, Indianapolis, Soccer, College sports, Cinderella, Smith, BYU, Oregon State, Memphis, Florida State, Usc


USC catches fire to thump Kansas, advance to Sweet 16

INDIANAPOLIS — It was a heat check unimaginable but a month ago, but there USC forward Isaiah Mobley was, taking Kansas’ David McCormack off the dribble, stepping back and going up confidently for the contested 3-point shot. Mobley held his form as he watched the ball fall straight through the cylinder, turning as point guard Ethan Anderson ecstatically slapped him on the back. The blowout was on, and how sweet it tasted for the Trojans. Sixth-seeded USC defeated third-seeded Kansas, 85-51, on M...
Tags: Oregon, Sports, Sport, Indianapolis, Soccer, Kansas, College sports, Drake, White, Usc, Anderson, Ncaa Tournament, Eastern Washington, Jayhawks, Trojans, McCormack


Kings’ Doughty, Sharks’ Karlsson see words draw different reactions

In the 2010s, the Kings and San Jose Sharks were among the class of the NHL, accounting for seven trips to the Western Conference finals between them. But last season they jockeyed around the West’s basement with another fallen franchise, the Ducks. Still, when the Kings and Sharks met in San Jose on Monday, their first of six scheduled meetings in a span of less than three weeks, they seemed to be heading in opposite directions. The Kings have been respectable this season, particularly when the...
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Clippers trade forward Mfiondu Kabengele to Kings

LOS ANGELES — The Clippers made a move ahead of Thursday’s NBA trade deadline. They are trading second-year forward Mfiondu Kabengele, a future second-round draft pick and cash to the Sacramento Kings for a protected future second-round pick, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski tweeted Monday just before the Clippers tipped off at Staples Center against the Atlanta Hawks. A league source confirmed the move. Wojnarowski reported that the Kings used a $2.77 million trade exception that would have expired Mo...
Tags: Sports, Sacramento Kings, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Brooklyn, Gm, Kings, Nba, Espn, Florida State, Staples Center, Atlanta Hawks, Paul George, Clippers, Riverside


Germany seek redemption as Loew starts swansong

Berlin (AFP) – Germany will seek redemption for November’s humiliating thrashing against Spain as Joachim Loew’s squad look to get the fans back behind them by winning their first three World Cup qualifiers. Germany host... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
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Unchanged New Zealand opt to bowl as they look to seal the series

Mohammad Saifuddin replaced the injured Hasan Mahmud in the only change for Bangladesh
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Increased investment threatens Lyon hegemony in Women’s Champions League

Paris (AFP) – European women’s football has been dominated by Lyon but as investment increases across the continent multiple threats have emerged to the French side going into the Champions League quarter-finals this week. Lyon... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
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10 of the Best Spring Skiing Runs in Utah

Trade in that futuristic GORE-TEX® outerwear for a neon windbreaker, some jeans and boot gaiters. Spring skiing is here in Utah. The annual thaw has many tearfully mourning the end of another winter. (View closing dates here.) But dry those eyes because there’s plenty of shredding left to be done, and spring in the Utah mountains holds some of the best skiing and riding of the season! Comfortable temperatures, a deep snowpack, time-honored traditions like clown-day shenanigans on April 1 and leg...
Tags: Utah, Hollywood, Sport, Skiing, Park City, Bishop, Strawberry, Woodlawn, Great Western, Alta, Wasatch, Alf, Mineral Basin, Lightning Ridge, Timp, Empire Express


Baseball roundup: Westlake High edges Newbury Park in pitching duel

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. There was a great pitching duel between Westlake’s Brady Barbosa and Newbury Park’s Cole Miller Monday afternoon. One run made the difference. Barbosa pitched a complete-game shutout with 11 strikeouts in his varsity debut. Mattias Sessing had two hits and the game-winning run thanks to Nate Kaczynski’s hit in the top of the 7th inning. Barbosa allowed just three hits. Miller pitched 6 2/3 innings striking...
Tags: California, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Birmingham, Valencia, High School Sports, Miller, Barbosa, Simi Valley, Westlake, Cole Miller, Newbury Park, St Bonaventure, High School Basketball, Agoura


China coach Li Tie says ‘door open to everyone’ as injuries strike

Shanghai (AFP) – China coach Li Tie is missing several key players, including forward Wu Lei, as he attempts to stamp his mark on the national squad ahead of must-win World Cup qualifiers in June.... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
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Chargers TE Jared Cook looks to make big plays with Justin Herbert

One of Jared Cook’s favorite plays of his career was catching a 36-yard pass from a scrambling Aaron Rodgers near the sideline to set up the winning field goal in a 2017 playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys. “Definitely a memorable play,” the former Green Bay Packer said Monday. Cook is entering his 13th season and turns 34 next month, but the veteran tight end said he’s not done making acrobatic catches. He’s already envisioning big plays in crucial moments with the Chargers and quarterback ...
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The JOHN SHIPPEN National Invitational Golf Tournament Debuts In Detroit June 27-30

The post The JOHN SHIPPEN National Invitational Golf Tournament Debuts In Detroit June 27-30 appeared first on GolfBlogger Golf Blog. The JOHN SHIPPEN National Invitational Golf Tournament Promoting African American Golf Debuts In Detroit June 27-30 The post The JOHN SHIPPEN National Invitational Golf Tournament Debuts In Detroit June 27-30 appeared first on GolfBlogger Golf Blog - A daily golf blog featuring golf news, golf course, equipment and book reviews, essays, golf lifestyle and musings....
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Teammates Remember Manny Antwi, Kennedy High Senior Who Suddenly Collapsed During Football Game 

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Ken Wiebe And Sean Reynolds join The Rod Pedersen Show to talk Winnipeg Jets

Some Jets talk from the fellas from the Post Post-Game Show. The post Ken Wiebe And Sean Reynolds join The Rod Pedersen Show to talk Winnipeg Jets first appeared on Illegal Curve Hockey.
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Coronavirus: L.A. County reported 516 new cases and nine new deaths as of March 22

Los Angeles public health officials reported 516 new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases to 1,214,683 as of Monday, March 22. Officials said there were nine new deaths linked to the coronavirus, for a total 22,806 deaths since tracking began. A total of 3,595,939 vaccinations have been administered in the county as of Sunday. There were 42 fewer hospitalizations reported since Sunday. The official count of hospitalizations remains at 750. That’s an 90.7% decrease from th...
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LAPD, Asian American business leaders implore residents to report acts of hate to police

Local leaders and police in Los Angeles are imploring anyone who witnesses a hateful attack on Asian Americans to report these incidents to law enforcement. Outside the RadioKorea building in the heart of Koreatown, the presidents of four ethnic chambers of commerce — flanked by LAPD commanders and Councilman John Lee — asked for residents of all races to stand up against hate. Their pleas come after deadly shootings last week at three Atlanta spas killed eight people, six of Asian descent. Whil...
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California changes course again, will allow bands, drumline

In the third revision since issuing updated youth sports guidance last week, California health officials said Monday that bands and drumlines were allowed participate alongside their student-athlete peers. “Band, drumline, choir and drama are low-contact activities,” the California Department of Public Health wrote in an update to its Youth Sports Q&A. Those activities can resume while following the guidelines for low-contact youth recreational activities, CDPH said. Updated guidance on attendan...
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Grocery Outlet to open Chatsworth supermarket

Grocery Outlet Bargain Market will expand its California footprint with a Chatsworth location that’s set to open Thursday, March 25. The Emeryville-based supermarket chain, which touts itself as “an extreme-value grocery retailer,” has more than 375 locations in California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Washington. The company’s markets are owned by independent operators based in the communities they serve. Christopher Herrera and his wife, Lisette, will run the Chatsworth store. “We ...
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Alexander: Elgin Baylor might have played in the wrong era

He was the best player who most of America never saw. Any remembrance of Elgin Baylor, who died Monday of natural causes at age 86, has to begin with that. Baylor was the first GOAT, a 6-foot-5, 225-pound bundle of athleticism who, as Lakers TV analyst Stu Lantz put it, “was hang-timin’ before hang-timin’ was hang time.” All of those things that Julius Erving, Michael Jordan and scores of their imitators have done through the years in basketball? Elgin did most of them first. Maybe not the takeo...
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UCLA plays error-free game to beat Abilene Christian, advance to Sweet 16

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA – MARCH 22: Coryon Mason #20 of the Abilene Christian Wildcats handles the ball defended by Jaime Jaquez Jr. #4 of the UCLA Bruins in the second round game of the 2021 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on March 22, 2021 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images) INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA – MARCH 22: Head coach Mick Cronin of the UCLA Bruins reacts during the game against the Abilene Christian Wildcats in the second round of the 20...
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Angels score 10 runs in the 2nd inning to blow out Cubs

THE GAME: The Angels scored 10 runs in the second inning on their way to a 15-7 victory over the Chicago Cubs in a Cactus League game on Monday afternoon at Tempe Diablo Stadium. PITCHING REPORT: Right-hander Griffin Canning gave up three runs in five innings on 70 pitches. The break between the second and third was so long for Canning that he went down to the bullpen to throw while the Angels were hitting. He returned to the mound and walked the first hitter on his way to giving up two runs. Ca...
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New bill moving through Legislature could free ‘blood slave’ donor dogs

A bag of plasma that was separated from blood donated by one of the many greyhound dogs at Hemopet in Garden Grove. (File photo by Paul Rodriguez, Orange County Register/SCNG) They’ve been dubbed “blood slaves.” Rows of sleek greyhounds peeking, wide-eyed, from wire pens. They escaped the punishing racing world to be kept captive in “closed-colony” animal blood banks for as long as a year. They’re bled every couple of weeks — sometimes more frequently — and their blood is sold for millions of ...
Tags: News, Dogs, California, Animals, Pets, Legislation, Sport, Soccer, Kansas, Michigan, Committee, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, Northern California, Legislature, State Legislature


LA County agrees to partner with Blue Shield on vaccination network

After weeks of concern over potentially losing the huge network of vaccination sites it had built, Los Angeles County has formally agreed to collaborate with healthcare giant Blue Shield, which will provide performance metrics to assess the success of the rollout. The agreement allows the county to continue to coordinate vaccinations via its nearly 400 vaccine providers throughout the region, including in such hard-hit area as South and East L.A. and pockets of the San Fernando Valley. ...
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Pacific Mercantile Bancorp, Banc of CA merging in $235 million deal

Pacific Mercantile Bancorp is merging with Santa Ana-based Banc of California in an all-stock transaction valued at $235 million, or $9.77 per share, according to the companies. When clear of regulatory approvals, the newly combined bank would have assets of around $9.5 billion. Costa Mesa-based Pacific Mercantile Bancorp, a commercial bank with seven offices across Southern California, had $1.6 billion in total assets, $1.2 billion in gross loans and $1.4 billion in total deposits as of Dec. 31...
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The Latest: NHL Postpones Oilers-Canadiens Game

The NHL has postponed Edmonton’s game at Montreal after two Canadiens players were placed in the league’s COVID-19 protocol.
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Identity politics do more harm than good

Two days before the California Board of Education voted to adopt a revolutionary Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum, a delusional white man in my home state of Georgia shot and killed eight people including six women of Asian descent in three massage parlors. At the eight hour meeting held by the State Board of Education this Thursday, many used the Atlanta murders to justify the urgency of passing the nation’s first-ever ethnic studies model. One should also connect the two events, positing that t...
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Transfer rumours: Ings, Van de Beek, Daka, Ocampos, Van Aanholt, Vlahovic

Ings could replace Aguero at Man City, Man Utd to offer Van de Beek in transfer dealings, Daka attracting Premier League interest, plus more.
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Punk in the Park with Pennywise and NOFX postponed to November

Brew Ha Ha Productions’ inaugural Punk in the Park music and craft beer fest has been rescheduled to November 6 and 7 at Oak Canyon Park in Silverado. The event was originally scheduled as a one-day fest with Pennywise, The Vandals, The Adicts, Lagwagon and more on April 25, 2020. However, the coronavirus pandemic forced promoters to push the event further out and alter the line-up. They announced last year the the festival would expand to two days on April 24-25, 2021 with Pennywise headlining ...
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