• NHRA Finals: Robert Hight, Steve Torrence among big winners at Pomona

    Top Fuel driver Steve Torrence celebrates after winning his second NHRA championship during the NHRA Finals at Pomona Raceway in Pomona Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019. Steve Torrence (Top Fuel), Robert Hight (Funny Car), Erica Enders (Pro Stock) and Andrew Hines (Pro Stock Motorcycle) were all crowned season champions. While Doug Kalitta (Top Fuel), Jack Beckman (Funny Car), Jeg Coughlin (Pro Stock) and Jianna Salinas (Pro Stock Motorcycle) all won event titles at the final race of the season. (Photo by
  • UCLA men’s basketball looking for fourth consecutive win at home

    UCLA coach Mick Cronin was not pleased with his team Friday against UNLV, after the Bruins had 10 of their 17 turnovers in the second half.
    “When we don’t turn the ball over, we’re a pretty decent offensive team,” Cronin said. “We’re still trying to break habits of turning the ball over, that’s the one negative of the night.”
    While the Bruins (3-0) did secure their third straight home victory, it was the first game this season in which the Bruins t
  • UCLA football doomed from the start against No. 7 Utah

    Utah walked off the bus at Rice-Eccles Stadium with extra motivation after watching a video of UCLA receiver Ethan Ferna talking about the Utes’ toughness.
    “Utah is known for being tough, but we are ready to go out there and show we are the tougher team,” Ferna said during media availability earlier in the week. “That is one thing we pride ourselves on during the offseason and throughout practice.”
    No. 7 Utah didn’t take the comments well and as a result remai
  • They met (and cycled, walked, bus-hopped) on O.C.’s Beach (Blvd.)

    A pedibike carries passengers up Beach Boulevard during the Meet On Beach event in Buena Park on Sunday, November 17, 2019. (Photo by Leonard Ortiz, Orange County Register/SCNG)
    Charles Lee, left, of Buena Park and his 19-month-old daughter Haven try to escape the heat by sitting inside their wagon as they watch the entertainment at Knott’s Berry Farm’s Independence Hall during the Meet On Beach event in Buena Park on Sunday, November 17, 2019. (Photo by Leonard Ortiz, Orange County
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  • Record-breaking heat Sunday will turn to rain storms as early as Tuesday for LA, OC, Inland Empire

    The heat wave that baked Southern California over the weekend led to broken temperature records in some areas, but forecasters said the region should get some relief by the middle of this week.
    The National Weather Service warned of extreme fire weather through Monday as hot and dry conditions persist. That should end starting Tuesday at the earliest, when rain, and even snow in some places, are expected to sweep through the area.
    The heaviest rain could fall in eastern Los Angeles County, acros
  • Valley Christian’s Ashlyn Couch voted Southern California Girls Athlete of the Week

    Southern California Girls Athlete of the Week
    Athlete: Ashlyn Couch
    School: Valley Christian
    Sport: Volleyball
    Noteworthy: The outside hitter came up big for the Defenders as they upset No. 1 seed Norco for the CIF-SS Division 4 title, delivering a team-best 12 kills and 15 points plus 11 digs in the 25-21, 14-25, 25-13, 25-21 triumph. Couch played the pivotal role in the first set, serving aces on three of four serves as Valley Christian opened a 20-13 lead, and she provided five kills, includi
  • Newport Harbor’s Justin McCoy voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week

    Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week
    Athlete: Justin McCoy
    School: Newport Harbor
    Sport: Football
    Noteworthy: He rushed for season highs of 219 yards and four touchdowns in the Sailors’ 35-32 win over St. Anthony of Long Beach in the CIF-SS Division 9 playoffs. McCoy (5-10, 185) this season has rushed for 1,018 yards and 18 touchdowns. His previous season high was 192 yards against Fountain Valley. Newport Harbor (8-3) plays at home against third-seeded Monrovia (10-1) in the quart
  • Shai Gilgeous-Alexander looking forward to first meeting with Clippers

    LOS ANGELES — Shai Gilgeous-Alexander expects trash-talking (“I won’t take it to heart, promise you that”) and hopes there won’t be boos (“I didn’t do nothing crazy while I was here”) when he takes the floor Monday as a member of the Oklahoma City Thunder.
    He said he’ll want to win “1,000 percent” — same as every game he plays. It’s just that this one is his first against the Clippers, who traded for him on NBA Draft N
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  • What’s next for UCLA? A 12:30 kickoff in rivalry game vs. USC

    UCLA (4-6, 4-3 in Pac-12 play) at USC (7-4, 6-2)
    When: 12:30 p.m. Saturday
    Where: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
    TV/Radio: ABC / 570 AM
    UCLA update: The Bruins will have to bounce back after their three-game win streak was disrupted by No. 7 Utah, which extended its winning streak to six. … The Bruins committed five turnovers and were limited to 3.7 yards per play against the Utes’ highly touted defense. …  Not only was sophomore quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson sacke
  • Chargers need victory in Mexico City or changes could be coming soon

    MEXICO CITY — It’s not the first-place showdown many anticipated when the international NFL schedule was released, but the Chargers’ prime-time battle with the Kansas City Chiefs Monday night still offers plenty of intrigue.
    Football fans in Mexico City should expect an entertaining matchup at Estadio Azteca because Charger games seem to always come down to the final drive, and the exciting Patrick Mahomes plays quarterback for the Chiefs.
    But there are also playoff implication
  • Kings show better third-period stamina in recent win streak

    What was once the Kings’ Achilles heel has become the backbone of the team during its three-game winning streak.
    As recently as five games ago against Toronto, they struggled mightily in the third period to hang onto leads or stay in close games. Only one team, the New Jersey Devils, has a worse third-period goal differential this season than the Kings’ -11 mark.
    But during their season-best streak, the Kings (8-11-1) have given up just one third-period goal while scoring three and a
  • Garbers’ 58 TD passes second-most in OC history

    Corona del Mar senior quarterback Ethan Garbers threw six touchdown passes Saturday in the Sea Kings’ 42-14 win over Cajon in a CIF-Southern Section Division 3 quarterfinals playoff game.
    He has 58 touchdown passes this season, the second-most in Orange County history. The county single-season record for touchdown passes is 67 set by Mater Dei’s JT Daniels in 2016. Daniels played 14 games that season.
    Garbers, who has played in 12 games, potentially has four games remaining — i
  • Unbeaten Chapman University to host NCAA Division III football playoff game

    The Chapman University football team will host a NCAA Division III championship playoff game on Saturday, Nov. 23 after finishing the regular season unbeaten.
    The Panthers will play Linfield of McMinnville, Oregon, 8-1 champions of the Northwest Conference, at Wilson Field on Chapman’s campus in Orange, beginning at noon.
    The Panthers concluded their regular season Saturday by becoming the first team in school history to finish a season undefeated.  A 28-17 road victory over La Verne
  • Captain Ryan Getzlaf reminds Ducks to ‘get pucks deep’ and they respond

    WASHINGTON — Ryan Getzlaf bemoaned the Ducks’ inability to “get pucks deep” in the pivotal third period of their overtime loss last Tuesday to the Detroit Red Wings. The Ducks ended up squandering a two-goal lead and then lost to the opportunistic Red Wings in overtime.
    Getzlaf, the Ducks’ captain, was upset again Saturday while watching a similar scenario play out as the Ducks failed to “get pucks deep” in the second period, after building a two-goal le
  • Game Center: Robert Woods surprise inactive for Rams vs. Chicago Bears

    The Rams and Chicago Bears, both fairly desperate for a victory to keep pace with the contenders for playoff spots in the NFC, meet Sunday night in the Coliseum. Kickoff is scheduled for 5:20 p.m.
    Stay with this page during the countdown to kickoff and throughout the game for game-related news, analysis and updates. SCNG’s Kevin Modesti, Mark Whicker and Jim Alexander are reporting from the Coliseum.
    UPDATE: Rams wide receiver Robert Woods has surprisingly been declared inactive for Sunday
  • Game Center: Follow Rams vs. Chicago Bears at Coliseum, Sunday, 5:20 p.m.

    The Rams and Chicago Bears, both fairly desperate for a victory to keep pace with the contenders for playoff spots in the NFC, meet Sunday night in the Coliseum. Kickoff is scheduled for 5:20 p.m.
    Stay with this page during the countdown to kickoff and throughout the game for game-related news, analysis and updates. SCNG’s Kevin Modesti, Mark Whicker and Jim Alexander will be reporting from the Coliseum.Who has the edge? Rams vs. Bears matchups | Rams vs. Bears by the numbers
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  • USC win over Cal reminds what Air Raid is supposed to look like

    BERKELEY — This was the kind of night USC knew it was capable of. The kind of night it was looking for when it made the switch to the Air Raid offense during the offseason.
    Over 400 yards through the air. Deep shots down the field for 45 yards, 50 yards, 45 yards again. And a win in which USC never took the foot off the gas in a 41-17 rout of California on Saturday night.
    And even USC’s second 40-point performance of the season didn’t have the Trojans feeling entirely satisfied
  • OCVarsity Photos: Saturday’s CIF-SS boys water polo championships

    See all of the Register’s photos from the CIF-SS boys water polo championship games on Saturday, Nov. 16, in Irvine. Go to the OCVarsity pages to see all of our coverage of the games.
    Foothill players, with head coach Jim Brumm, center, celebrate their victory over San Clemente in the CIF-SS Division 2 boys water polo championship game at the Woollett Aquatics Center in Irvine on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)
    Foothill celebrates their victo
  • What’s next for USC? A 12:30 kickoff to regular-season finale vs. UCLA

    UCLA (4-6, 4-3 in Pac-12 play) at USC (7-4, 6-2)
    When: 12:30 p.m. PT Saturday
    Where: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
    Watch/listen: ABC/AM 790
    UCLA’s last game: The Bruins were humbled at Utah in a 49-3 rout against the Pac-12 South-leading Utes. After the Bruins opened the scoring with a field goal, Utah scored 49 unanswered points. … Utah was able to do as it pleased on offense, with QB Tyler Untley completing 14 of 18 passes for 335 yards and two touchdowns and Z
  • What’s next for USC? A 12:30 kickoff against UCLA

    UCLA (4-6, 4-3 in Pac-12 play) at USC (7-4, 6-2)
    When: 12:30 p.m. Saturday
    Where: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
    Watch/listen: Ch. 7/ 790 AM
    UCLA’s last game: The Bruins were humbled at Utah in a 49-3 rout against the Pac-12 South-leading Utes. After the Bruins opened the scoring with a field goal, Utah scored 49 unanswered points. … Utah was able to do as it pleased on offense, with QB Tyler Huntley completing 14 of 18 passes for 335 yards and two touchdowns and Zack
  • The Adult Swim Festival provides wacky, weird fun for fans in Los Angeles

    The 2nd Annual Adult Swim Festival, held Friday and Saturday at Banc of California Stadium in Downtown Los Angeles, was wacky, weird and fun.
    Though its activations were big, bold and colorful, it definitely wasn’t for kids. On Saturday, thousands of fans — some clad in some pretty epic cosplay — flocked through the venue gates and into this adult playground filled with live music and stand-up comedy on three stages, show premieres, screenings, oversize rides and games and an o
  • Photos: L.A. Zoo Lights is an illuminated, twinkly, walking safari

    Guests take in the light displays at the Los Angeles Zoo in Los Angeles on Saturday, Nov 16, 2019. (Photo by Ed Crisostomo, Contributing Photographer)
    Guests take in the light displays at the Los Angeles Zoo in Los Angeles on Saturday, Nov 16, 2019. (Photo by Ed Crisostomo, Contributing Photographer)SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsGuests take in the light displays at the Los Angeles Zoo in Los Angeles on Saturday, Nov 16, 2019. (Photo by Ed Crisostomo, Contributing Photographer)
    Guests tak
  • Del Mar consensus picks for Sunday, Nov. 17

    The consensus box of picks comes from handicappers Bob Mieszerski, Art Wilson, Terry Turrell and Eddie Wilson. Here are the picks for Sunday, Nov. 17 for racing at Del Mar.
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  • Photos: Suffrage Circle of Women rekindles historic tradition with ‘Silent Sentinels’ protest outside Democratic Convention in Long Beach

    (From right) Amy Erickson, Solimar Salas and Martha Duncan of Long Beach Suffrage 100 presented a silent demonstration with banners dedicated the the Silent Sentinels who marched in 1917 for women’s suffrage at the State Democratic Convention at the Long Beach Convention Center on Saturday, November 16, 2019. Photo by Geronimo Quitoriano, Contributing Photographer
    Zoe Nicholson, of the Long Beach Suffrage 100, wore earrings replicating signs from the women’s suffrage movement at a si
  • Catch and cook: How a spearfishing, freediving club creates community outside of the water

    OC Spearos founder Fernando Gutierrez pulls out a 6.5lb lobster as members of OC Spearos and PREP Kitchen in Seal Beach host a cooking class that focuses on how to prepare CA Spiny Lobster in such a way so as not to waste any of the animal Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019 in Seal Beach. (Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)
    Members of OC Spearos make a toast as they prepare to eat lobster bisque, lobster thermidor and lobster soup that they prepared at PREP Kitchen in Seal Beach as the
  • Chargers’ Michael Davis looks forward to special homecoming in Mexico City

    MEXICO CITY — Michael Davis received two cakes on his birthday as a child. One to celebrate his birth, and the other to welcome the arrival of the “Three Wise Men.”
    Davis’ birthday is January 6, a day known as Dia de Los Reyes in Mexico. In English, the date is referred to as Three Kings’ Day or Epiphany.
    Countries and denominations recognize the religious day in different ways. For Mexicans, there’s a cake involved.
    Davis, a starting cornerback for the C
  • Are Southern California bosses doing enough to cut stress, cost of nation’s ‘longest’ commutes?

    Instead of moving Southern California jobs to where housing is more affordable, or building more homes near the region’s employment hubs, how about using more non-traditional work arrangements to ease a host of stress creators?
    No metro area in the nation had more office workers lamenting a commute that was “too long” than those in Los Angeles and Orange counties, according to a new poll. But a tandem study of local employers suggests bosses are making only “average&rdquo
  • Cold case: Sister wants answers in 1997 murder of OC-based Marine

    His nephews called him the strongest man in the world.
    He had a “bright and shiny” bald head, his master sergeant said with a laugh. “You could see him from a mile away. He was quiet, well-mannered. He always stood up straight whether he was in military attire or civilian clothes.”
    Ron Parkhurst was a Marine. “A really good Marine,” said Master Sgt. Rene Robles.
    Parkhurst was so gung-ho he was made a recruiter, working out of the USMC substation in Huntington
  • Westminster football coach Willy Puga resigns after two seasons

    Westminster football coach Willy Puga has resigned after two difficult seasons.
    The Lions went 2-18 overall the past two seasons under Puga, who replaced longtime Lions coach Ted McMillen.
    “Bottom line, I didn’t get it done,” Puga said late Friday.
    Westminster finished 2-8 this season, including a win via forfeit against Whittier. The Lions went 0-3 in the Big 4 League for the second consecutive year.
    In 2018, Westminster went 0-10 overall.
    Puga, a walk-on, arrived at Westminst
  • Our Divided States of America: Doug McIntyre

    “I do not like that man,” said our 16th president, “I must get to know him better.”
    The world doesn’t dish up many Abraham Lincolns. We sure could use one today.
    Ol’ Abe is unique in history, as memorable for his humanity as his ferocity. We forget how tough Lincoln was. The avuncular, quotable, whimsical, lovable Lincoln we revere was also tenacious enough to prosecute a four-year bloodbath that killed 600,000-plus and maimed a million more. While loving his
  • Legislative report card promotes truth to protect taxpayers: Jon Coupal

    In football, defensive coaches tell their players that the best way to avoid missing a tackle is to keep their eye on the ball carrier’s belly button.
    The runner may duck, weave, or spin but the belly button is always at the center.
    This is a fitting metaphor for the annual Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association legislative scorecard.
    Politicians will try all the dance moves they know in an effort to get to the tax-and-spend end zone, but report cards like ours hold them accountable to the pe
  • Does the FPPC help voters or those in power?: Susan Shelley

    The California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) is about to fine Assemblyman Todd Gloria, D-San Diego, for violating the law when he moved nearly $300,000 in leftover funds from his 2018 Assembly campaign to a 2020 re-election committee even though he wasn’t really running for re-election, then used the money in ways that supported his 2020 campaign for mayor of San Diego.
    Total proposed fine: $200.
    Gloria is endorsed for mayor by former Gov. Jerry Brown, Gov. Gavin Newsom, Attor
  • USC quotable: Trojans break down big win over Cal

    Here are some highlights from USC’s post-game press conferences following its 41-17 win over Cal:
    Head coach Clay Helton
    Opening statement:
    “Good win for our football team. Another good road, Pac-12 win. And I’m really proud of the kids. I thought they had a tremendous week of preparation. I thought they brought the right energy and the right attitude today. I thought they really made a statement for their team and what they’re trying to attempt to do down the stretch her
  • Austen Awosika, Cal State Fullerton rout Cal State Stanislaus

    FULLERTON — Senior guard Austen Awosika had a career-high 26 points and Cal State Fullerton rolled past Cal State Stanislaus 82-62 for a homecoming victory on Saturday night at Titan Gym.
    Awosika, who shot 8 for 13 from the field and 9 for 11 from the foul line, added six rebounds and six assists. Awosika, whose previous high was 19 at St. Mary’s on Dec. 11, 2018, topped that with 20 in the first half.
    Sophomore guard Wayne Arnold had 14 points (four 3-pointers), four rebounds and tw
  • Kedon Slovis’ gem leads USC to blowout win over Cal

    Southern California’s Kana’i Mauga (26) tackles California’s Christopher Brown Jr. during the first quarter of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019, in Berkeley, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)
    Southern California’s Chase McGrath (40) is congratulated by Ben Griffiths, left, after kicking a field goal against California in the first quarter of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019, in Berkeley, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)SoundThe gallery wil
  • Nick Rakocevic, USC dominate inside to beat Nevada

    RENO, Nev. — USC passed its most challenging test so far this season with a 76-66 win over Nevada on Saturday night.
    Nick Rakocevic scored 24 points and grabbed 11 rebounds. Daniel Utomi added 12 points and Elijah Weaver scored 11 for USC.
    After Nevada took a 21-18 lead with 8:33 left in the first half, USC went on a 13-0 run over the next five minutes and never trailed again.
    USC’s size advantage proved too much for the Wolf Pack and its senior-laden backcourt. The Trojans (4-0) out
  • Garbers has another 6-TD game as Corona del Mar routs Cajon in CIF-SS D3 quarterfinals

    Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe nowNEWPORT BEACH — Cajon was more competitive against Corona del Mar in Saturday’s CIF SS Division 3 quarterfinal at Newport Harbor High School than most of the Sea Kings’ opponents this season.
    But even with some first-rate weapons of their own, the Cowboys didn’t have nearly enough firepower to match Sea Kings quarterback Ethan Garbers and the Sea Kings’ high-powered offensive.
    Ga
  • USC defensive end Christian Rector ejected from Cal game for targeting

    Southern California’s Kana’i Mauga (26) tackles California’s Christopher Brown Jr. during the first quarter of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019, in Berkeley, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)
    Southern California’s Chase McGrath (40) is congratulated by Ben Griffiths, left, after kicking a field goal against California in the first quarter of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019, in Berkeley, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)SoundThe gallery wil
  • Mater Dei girls volleyball rallies to defeat Redondo, advances to SoCal Regional final

    REDONDO BEACH >> With Redondo leading in the match and possessing a four-point advantage in the fourth set, all signs pointed toward the Sea Hawks clinching Saturday night’s CIF State Regional Open Division semifinal match against Mater Dei.
    However, the celebration never materialized for the Sea Hawks.
    Mater Dei (30-5) rallied to win the fourth set and carried that momentum into and through the fifth set, eventually coming away with the victory, 19-25, 25-14, 20-25, 25-23, 15-6.
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  • Paul George leads Clippers to historic 49-point victory over Atlanta Hawks

    Los Angeles Clippers forward Paul George, right, drives the ball to the basket while Atlanta Hawks forward De’Andre Hunter defends during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Los Angeles, Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)
    Atlanta Hawks guard Trae Young, left, goes up for a shot past Los Angeles Clippers guard Rodney McGruder during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Los Angeles, Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)SoundThe gallery will resume insecond
  • Zack Moss, No. 7 Utah rout UCLA football in Pac-12 South showdown

    UCLA head coach Chip Kelly looks on in the second half during an NCAA college football game against Utah Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
    UCLA quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson (1) passes the ball against Utah in the first half during an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsUtah running back Zack Moss (2) out runs UCLA defensive back Rayshad Williams (3) during the f
  • Clippers’ Kawhi Leonard sits out against Atlanta Hawks

    LOS ANGELES — The Kawhi Leonard-Paul George dream eventually will transpire on the court, just not against the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday.
    Until it comes true, the Clippers are doing their best to adjust to playing with only one superstar at a time.
    Including George’s home debut Saturday, Kawhi Leonard has missed four games, and two in a row. After previously holding the two-time NBA Finals MVP out for load management meant to ease stress on his sore left knee, the Clippers ruled him
  • Harvard-Westlake rides defense to again beat Newport Harbor for Division 1 water polo title

    Harvard-Westlake’s Nicholas Tierney, back, celebrates his goal as Newport HarborÕs Sam Allen looks on in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 championship match at Woollett Aquatics Center in Irvine on Saturday, November 16, 2019. (Photo by Kyusung Gong/Contributing Photographer)
    Harvard-Westlake’s George Caras, left, tries to redirect a shot in front of Newport Harbor goalie Blake Jackson in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 championship matchat Woollett Aquatics Center in I
  • Alexander: Game No. 1,000 is a winning moment for Jeff Carter

    LOS ANGELES — This is next door to Hollywood, of course. The storyline, above all, is the thing. And the idea of Jeff Carter scoring the game-winning goal for the Kings on Saturday, in his 1,000th NHL game … man, that’s just too good to pass up.
    “Hollywood fairy-tale ending,” Carter cracked Saturday afternoon, adding: “I thought you were talking about my career.”
    No, not quite. Not yet.
    Carter became the 341st player in NHL history to reach 1,000 games,
  • Democrats debate immigration during state party convention in Long Beach

    Immigration took center stage Saturday as eight of the Democrats’ top candidates for president in 2020 fielded questions during the Real America presidential forum at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center.
    The sold out-forum, on Nov. 16, was billed as the highlight of the California Democratic Party’s 2019 Endorsing Convention, which has drawn an estimated 5,000 delegates, volunteers and observers to Long Beach this weekend.
    And as a narrowed field of candidates &mdash
  • Derek Grant scores hat trick as Ducks beat Blues to end skid

    Anaheim Ducks’ Devin Shore (29) and St. Louis Blues’ Robert Thomas (18) race for the puck during the second period of an NHL hockey game Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Scott Kane)
    Anaheim Ducks’ Erik Gudbranson (6) and St. Louis Blues’ Colton Parayko (55) vie for control of the puck during the second period of an NHL hockey game Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Scott Kane)SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsSt. Louis Blues’ Vince
  • A student’s message: Saugus High is ‘a strong school that stands together’

    People console each other for the students that were killed during a shooting at Saugas High High School on Saturday, November 16, 2019 in Santa Clarita, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)
    Stuffed animals at a memorial for the students that were killed during a shooting at Saugas High High School at Central Park on Saturday, November 16, 2019 in Santa Clarita, California. (Photo by Keith Birmingham, Pasadena Star-News/SCNG)SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsPeopl
  • USC football live updates vs. Cal Bears

    Follow along for live updates from USC beat writer Adam Grosbard before, during and after USC’s game against Cal Berkeley.A Twitter List by JHWreporter
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  • NHRA: Brittany Force, Steve Torrence will take Top Fuel season title race to the last day

    POMONA – Brittany Force has been here before at Fairplex, racing her Top Fuel dragster at the NHRA season finale with a chance to win the championship.
    Once again, the pressure she said she is feeling to top the sport’s quickest and fastest class for the second time in her career is completely overwhelming.
    “The good thing is since I have been in this situation before, so I feel like I can navigate through it better than the last time,” Force said. “Before, it was m
  • Late goal by Noah Rowe lifts Foothill water polo past San Clemente for third consecutive CIF-SS title

    Foothill players, with head coach Jim Brumm, center, celebrate their victory over San Clemente in the CIF-SS Division 2 boys water polo championship game at the Woollett Aquatics Center in Irvine on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)
    Foothill coaches Dean Crow, left, and Jim Brumm celebrate their victory over San Clemente in the CIF-SS Division 2 boys water polo championship game at the Woollett Aquatics Center in Irvine on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019. (P

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