• LAFC shakes off rocky second-half start in preseason opener

    LAFC shakes off rocky second-half start in preseason opener
    A late equalizer earned the Los Angeles Football Club a draw in its first preseason match of 2021.
    Scoreless after a well-played opening half against the New England Revolution, LAFC fell behind 2-0 shortly after action resumed following a pair of easy finishes by visitors Gustavo Bou and Adam Bouka.
    “We gave up three or four big chances in the first six minutes and gave up a couple goals,” LAFC head coach Bob Bradley said of the exhibition at Banc of California Stadium, which was cl
  • Orange County hops to it for some Easter fun

    Orange County hops to it for some Easter fun
    Whether a trolley ferrying the Easter Bunny around town or a socially distanced hunt, several Orange County communities had some kind of egg-tastic fun for residents this weekend or last.
    IRVINE’S TANAKA FARMS
    Brooke Evola, Talia Jarolimek and Dylan and Paige Yamamoto, from left, take a socially distanced photo with the Easter Bunny at Tanaka Farms in Irvine, CA on Friday, April 2, 2021. The bunny will be at the farm through Sunday. (Photo by Paul Bersebach, Orange County Register/SCNG)
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  • Maltese mixes Kaia and Moose are happy together

    Maltese mixes Kaia and Moose are happy together
    Breed: Maltese-terrier mixes
    Age: 6 years
    Kaia and Moose are a pair of happy dogs looking for a happy home. (Courtesy of K9 Spirit Organization)
    Gender: Spayed female (Kaia), neutered male (Moose)
    Size: 10 pounds each
    Kaia and Moose’s story: These two likely litter mates were found next to a trash can in Long Beach. They have had one home their entire life but, due to sad circumstances, they are now with K9 Spirit Organization and are looking for a home together. T
  • Chihuahua Jacob is a sweet little guy

    Chihuahua Jacob is a sweet little guy
    Breed: Chihuahua
    Jacob would bring warmth to any furever home. (Courtesy of Pups and Pals)
    Age: 9 years
    Gender: Neutered male
    Size: 12 pounds
    Jacob’s story: This chubby little guy (but not by a lot) is super sweet once he warms up to you, but be prepared for a bit of cautiousness for the first 10 to 15 minutes you’re together. He is quiet and trained to use a crate. He’s also good on leash with a harness. He likes other dogs. His merle coloring blue eyes are striking. He would
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  • Iran won’t negotiate ‘step-by-step’ return to nuclear deal

    Iran won’t negotiate ‘step-by-step’ return to nuclear deal
    Nick Wadhams and Arsalan Shahla
    TEHRAN, Iran — Iran said it won’t negotiate a step-by-step return to the nuclear deal, even with the prospects of indirect talks with the U.S. next week to try to restore the 2015 accord.
    “As has been clearly stated many times, there is no step-by-step plan being considered,” Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh told the state-run Press TV on Saturday.
    The comments came in response to a statement from the U.S. State Department that
  • Clippers’ Kawhi Leonard’s new sneakers show his ‘Moreno Valley swag’

    Clippers’ Kawhi Leonard’s new sneakers show his ‘Moreno Valley swag’
    “Moreno Valley swag.”
    When Moreno Valley Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez says Kawhi Leonard is helping change the perception of their city, a tweet from the official Clippers account using the term “swag” to describe the star’s new hometown-themed New Balance sneakers is a good indicator of what he means.
    Gutierrez would like for people to think of their municipality, a suburb of about 200,000 residents located some 65 miles from downtown L.A., as a destination, a forward-t
  • Latest filing in Angels’ plan for development around stadium identifies first areas for work

    Latest filing in Angels’ plan for development around stadium identifies first areas for work
    The plans to develop the land around Anaheim’s Angel Stadium passed their latest milestone, with more detailed technical maps submitted to the city this week.
    They’re a bit wonky, showing how the property will be divided into smaller parcels and describing what type of development will go on each one, but they may offer a few items of interest to baseball fans and the community.
    The plan for the development of the Angel Stadium property would create a 7-acre central gathering place a
  • Boys Basketball Preview: Mater Dei in familiar position as season finally starts

    Boys Basketball Preview: Mater Dei in familiar position as season finally starts
    The basketball season that looked like it would never get here is here.
    Steady reductions in COVID-19 rates, easing of restrictions and a lawsuit filed in San Diego combined to let Orange County boys basketball teams to start playing games indoors last month. The first game was played March 18 between when Servite and Calvary Chapel.
    Coronavirus-related protocols for basketball vary from school district to school district and from private school to private school. Many games look like NBA games
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  • Boys Basketball Preview: Top 10 teams for the 2021 season

    Boys Basketball Preview: Top 10 teams for the 2021 season
    The first Orange County boys basketball rankings for the 2021 spring season.
    BOYS BASKETBALL TOP 10
    (Records through April 1)
    1. Mater Dei (0-0): Monarchs have perhaps the three best players in Orange County – seniors Wilhelm Breidenbach, Nick Davidson and Harrison Hornery – and the king of coaches, Gary McKnight, still is in charge.
    2. Santa Margarita (0-0): Returning junior Jack McCloskey is recovered from a broken foot, senior Jake Heber was All-County third team last season, and
  • Boys Basketball Preview: Top players to watch in 2021

    Boys Basketball Preview: Top players to watch in 2021
    Orange County’s top boys basketball players to watch during the 2021 spring season.
    TOP PLAYERS
    Wilhelm Breidenbach, Mater Dei, F: A potential county player of the year. The senior, who signed with Nebraska, is a long-and-lean 6-foot-9 with quick offensive moves.
    Alpha Chibambe, JSerra, F: Chibambe will be a top All-County candidate when he his broken finger heals enough to allow him to play in May.
    Nick Davidson, Mater Dei, F: The Nevada-signed 6-8 senior might be the Monarchs’ lead
  • Ducks hope Ryan Getzlaf, John Gibson will play Sunday

    Ducks hope Ryan Getzlaf, John Gibson will play Sunday
    Center Ryan Getzlaf didn’t practice Saturday morning with the injury-riddled Ducks at Honda Center, but goaltender John Gibson did join his teammates. It remained to be determined whether two of the pillars of the franchise would be sound enough to play Sunday against the Arizona Coyotes.
    Getzlaf was forced from Friday’s loss to the Coyotes because of an unspecified upper body injury. Gibson was unavailable to play for the third consecutive game because of an upper body injury suffer
  • Football roundup: Malachi Nelson sets Los Alamitos record with seven TD passes

    Football roundup: Malachi Nelson sets Los Alamitos record with seven TD passes
    Los Alamitos has had many All-CIF and All-Orange County quarterbacks since the 1980s.
    Todd Gragnano. JT Snow. Kevin Feterik. Tim Carey. Jimmy Barnes. Mike Good, and several more.
    None of them did what Los Alamitos sophomore quarterback Malachi Nelson did Friday night.
    Nelson set a school record with seven touchdown passes in the Griffns’ 63-14 win over Huntington Beach in a Sunset League game at Huntington Beach High.
    And Nelson did not play in the second half.
    He was 13 for 13 for 376 yar
  • Angels reliever Ty Buttrey says he ‘lost the drive’ to continue MLB career

    Angels reliever Ty Buttrey says he ‘lost the drive’ to continue MLB career
    Ty Buttrey said that he accomplished what he wanted when he reached the major leagues, and it was now time to work toward something else.
    Buttrey walked away from his big-league career this week, when he declined an assignment to the Angels’ alternate sign and was placed on the restricted list.
    Buttrey, 28, had pitched parts of three seasons with the Angels, at times as their best reliever. He explained in an Instagram post published Saturday that he no longer felt the drive needed to play
  • UCLA’s Michaela Onyenwere will participate in WNBA draft

    UCLA’s Michaela Onyenwere will participate in WNBA draft
    UCLA’s Michaela Onyenwere was among the 52 players from colleges and universities around the country who have filed for inclusion as candidates for the WNBA draft on April 15, the league confirmed Saturday.
    She posted her decision on social media Monday to forgo a potential fifth season with UCLA women’s basketball, five days after the Bruins were bounced from the NCAA Tournament.
    “I can’t even put into words how grateful I am for my journey,” Onyenwere said in her
  • The Latest: Mississippi to reduce gaps in vaccine access

    The Latest: Mississippi to reduce gaps in vaccine access
    By The Associated Press
    JACKSON, Miss. — An office within the Mississippi State Department of Health that works to reduce gaps in access to health care is looking for organizations to host coronavirus vaccination events.
    The Office of Health Equity is partnering with Federally Qualified Health Centers to increase vaccination efforts around the state. The focus of these events will be on Hispanic, Black, Vietnamese residents and people who live in rural areas. These partners can be cities,
  • Analysis: 5 keys to watch in the Mater Dei-Servite football clash tonight

    Analysis: 5 keys to watch in the Mater Dei-Servite football clash tonight
    Five keys to watch in the Mater Dei-Servite football game on Saturday, April 3 at Santa Ana Stadium at 7 p.m:
    1. What is the status of Servite tight end/linebacker Keyan Burnett?
    The USC commit didn’t play in a 38-28 loss at St. John Bosco last week due to injury, and that hurt the Friars on both sides of the ball. Burnett is a 6-foot-5, 217-pound target on offense who can help quarterback Noah Fifita in pressure situations and take some of the workload off No. 1 wide receiver Tetairoa &ld
  • Analysis: 5 keys to watch in Mater Dei-Servite football showdown tonight

    Analysis: 5 keys to watch in Mater Dei-Servite football showdown tonight
    Five keys to watch in the football showdown Saturday, April 3 between No. 1 Mater Dei and No. 2 Servite at Santa Ana Stadium at 7 p.m:
    1. What is the status of Servite tight end/linebacker Keyan Burnett?
    The USC commit didn’t play in a 38-28 loss at St. John Bosco last week due to injury, and that hurt the Friars on both sides of the ball. Burnett is a 6-foot-5, 217-pound target on offense who can help quarterback Noah Fifita in pressure situations and take some of the workload off No. 1 w
  • Reform the Private Attorneys General Act, which didn’t really help workers

    Reform the Private Attorneys General Act, which didn’t really help workers
    An issue gaining prominence in the business community – destructive lawsuits filed against businesses and other entities under the Private Attorneys General Act, known as PAGA – echo a California political and policy upheaval from nearly 20 years ago, the major effort to reform the state’s workers’ compensation system, in which I played a role.
    The goal of the PAGA law was to set up an external mechanism outside the state Division of Labor Standards Enforcement&
  • Recon Marine held in Camp Pendleton brig in connection with missing ammunition

    Recon Marine held in Camp Pendleton brig in connection with missing ammunition
    A 28-year-old Reconnaissance Marine is being held in the brig at Camp Pendleton after he was charged with six counts of larceny and military property-related offenses involving missing ammunition from the base, military officials said Friday, April 2.
    The charges against Sgt. Gunnar Naughton, with 1st Reconnaissance Battalion, follow an Article 32 fact-finding hearing held on March 19 at the Western Judicial Circuit Court, said 2nd Lt. Kyle McGuire. If Naughton’s case is referred to a gene
  • Consider the bright sides of the pandemic

    Consider the bright sides of the pandemic
    COVID hair — don’t care.
    That’s been my thinking lately. And I’m not alone in my thinking: I’ve seen an interesting array of hair color combinations, most with about 3 inches of gray at the roots.
    So I bought a vast assortment of hats — cowboy, magician, deerstalker. No, but I did buy a lot of baseball caps, gardening hats and the like. I had to be careful, though, because I was in a hurry one time and grabbed a visor. Well, you know, that doesn’t help t
  • The truth about the OCDE settlement: Al Mijares

    The truth about the OCDE settlement: Al Mijares
    In February, I agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by three members of the OC Board of Education over the process of hiring the Orange County Department of Education’s in-house legal counsel in 2018.
    While it would be disingenuous for any party to declare absolute victory in a legal settlement, the terms of our agreement were deemed acceptable by both sides, allowing OCDE to continue to employ the services of its current general counsel, allowing the board to continue to object to
  • The Latest: Texas to get 2.5M doses of vaccine next week

    The Latest: Texas to get 2.5M doses of vaccine next week
    By The Associated Press
    AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas health department says it will receive another 2.5 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine next week.
    The Texas Department of State Health Services says more than 1 million first doses will be sent to vaccination sites in 200 counties. About 900,000 first and second doses will go to pharmacies and to health and dialysis centers. The remaining doses are for people awaiting a second dose. All Texans 16 and older are now eligible to receive t
  • How USC football might benefit from these 5 additions

    How USC football might benefit from these 5 additions
    True to its nature, spring football has served as a fresh start in many ways for USC. As the Trojans prepared for their first practice in full pads Saturday, some new faces were already showing promise.
    One of those faces might not be strapping on pads, but he’s already impacted the program. Strength and conditioning coach Robert Stiner developed a program in spite of COVID-19 limitations, and the results are showing.
    Stiner, who has experience at Notre Dame, Cincinnati, LSU and Mississipp
  • Recipe: Roasting spring vegetables brings out the flavor

    Recipe: Roasting spring vegetables brings out the flavor
    Roasted vegetables are downright scrumptious. It’s an easy method that creates caramelization on the exterior, a beautiful browning that yields sweet flavor. The sweetness artfully masks any of a vegetable’s subtle bitterness.
    And it’s simple. In addition to the vegetables, all you need is some oil, salt and freshly ground pepper. Oh, and a toasty-hot oven.
    Roasted Spring Vegetables
    Yield: 6 to 8 servings
    INGREDIENTS
    2 medium-size fresh fennel bulbs
    1 1/2 pounds baby Dutch pota
  • Biden’s erroneous stance on Georgia’s election integrity law

    Biden’s erroneous stance on Georgia’s election integrity law
    The Washington Post gave President Joe Biden “Four Pinocchios” for false claims that a new Georgia law would make it harder for working-class people to vote.
    Pinocchio, you may remember from before Disneyland closed, is a puppet who becomes the world’s most obvious liar.
    The law signed by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp last week actually “expanded early voting for many Georgians,” according to the Post’s fact-checker, Glenn Kessler. “Not a single expert we cons
  • Want a picnic without the work? Someone can do that for you

    Want a picnic without the work? Someone can do that for you
    Gloria Malaihollo straightened and smoothed out a white rug under a long and low wooden table topped with plates, utensils and candles set up on the sand near the Redondo Beach pier. Pillows were placed next to the table for seating under an umbrella staked securely into the sand to provide shade.
    The luxurious picnic setup stood out so much among the standard beach blankets and folding chairs that a few people walking by stopped to snap photos.
    But Malaihollo wasn’t gearing up for a nice
  • The Latest: Italy enters strict 3-day lockdown over Easter

    The Latest: Italy enters strict 3-day lockdown over Easter
    By The Associated Press
    ROME — Italy has entered a three-day strict nationwide lockdown to deter Easter travel and help prevent new surges of the coronavirus.
    Even though the Health Ministry says the rate of infections is coming down, all regions were placed into the strictest “red zone” lockdown through Monday as a precaution. The lockdown, announced last month, means restrictions on personal movement, with limited travel and visits to relatives. Non-essential shops are closed
  • Try these gardening tips to keep your container plants healthy and growing

    Try these gardening tips to keep your container plants healthy and growing
    If horticulture has a fine art, growing plants in containers would be it. Plants in containers are completely dependent on us. The health of a container-grown plant is an indication of the care lavished upon it and the knowledge of its human helper.
    A plant may be kept in a container for hundreds of years. This is evidenced in the Japanese art of bonsai, and in the potted orange trees at the Palace of Versailles near Paris, some of which were planted in the 18th century.
    Succulent plants, e
  • The Latest: Ukraine hits daily high of 20,000 virus cases

    The Latest: Ukraine hits daily high of 20,000 virus cases
    By The Associated Press
    KYIV, Ukraine — Ukraine recorded a new daily high of more than 20,000 coronavirus cases.
    Health Minister Maxim Stepanov says 20,341 new infections were registered in the previous day, nearly 500 more than the record on Friday.
    Ukraine began vaccinations late February, but only about 230,000 people have received the shots because of widespread reluctance. The sharply rising numbers prompted the mayor of the capital Kyiv to order schools and public transportation clos
  • Never heard of East LA’s famed dirigible service? That’s because this history is fiction

    Never heard of East LA’s famed dirigible service? That’s because this history is fiction
    Some of the reproduced images you’ll find in the book “ELADATL: A History of the East Los Angeles Dirigible Air Transport Line” are blurry and low-resolution, and that’s by design.
    “When you’re dealing with historic material, it’s not going to be crystal clear,” says Alhambra-based poet and writer Sesshu Foster during a recent video call with his collaborator, artist Arturo Romo.
    “ELADATL,” which refers to the East Los Angeles Dirigible
  • Celebrating connections with friends and family during Passover and Easter

    Celebrating connections with friends and family during Passover and Easter
    As Passover folds into Easter, I am reminded of how much I always loved it when the two holidays brushed hands.
    Growing up, the closeness of these holidays opened a window of mutual connection for me with my Christian friends. As a Jewish minority, both in the town and the school where I grew up in Virginia, I was delighted to be able to come out of isolation and celebrate with everyone else.
    Even if their moms were baking ham and mine was making potato kugel, the fact that they were doing it in
  • Rampant injustices at SoCal’s MWD: Ada Briceño

    Rampant injustices at SoCal’s MWD: Ada Briceño
    To most, the disturbing allegations of sexual harassment and assault, discrimination, bullying, unsafe working conditions and retaliation from employees at the Metropolitan Water District (MWD) of Southern California may be as shocking as they are horrendous. For myself, they are a painful reminder of the gross injustices that workers are confronted with time and time again.
    Just a few years ago, I and other members of UNITE HERE Local 11, which represents over 32,000 restaurant, airport, and ho
  • Runner nears finish of Disneyland to Disney World run — undeterred by pandemic pause

    Runner nears finish of Disneyland to Disney World run — undeterred by pandemic pause
    Don Muchow was determined nothing would stop his 2,761-mile cross-country run from Disneyland to Walt Disney World — not the blisters on his feet, his Type 1 diabetes or the once-in-a-century COVID-19 pandemic.
    Muchow will complete his Mouse-to-Mouse run on Monday, April 5 at the Magic Kingdom in Florida — barring any other cataclysmic world-changing events.
    “I never considered quitting even once,” said Muchow, 59, of Plano, Texas. “COVID didn’t change my miss
  • How colleges and universities across Southern California will celebrate graduation

    How colleges and universities across Southern California will celebrate graduation
    Some college graduates will receive their diplomas — as their families cheer. Others will walk across a stage, but will hear nothing.
    For the unlucky ones, though, graduation 2021 will be a replay of last year, when the coronavirus pandemic required drive-by or entirely virtual commencement ceremonies.
    A survey of major Southern California universities has revealed vastly different approached to graduation this year, reflective of the current moment of the coronavirus pandemic. Vaccination
  • Lakers’ Marc Gasol frustrated with role after Drummond signing: ‘It’s a hard pill to swallow’

    Lakers’ Marc Gasol frustrated with role after Drummond signing: ‘It’s a hard pill to swallow’
    When Marc Gasol was a free agent in November, one of the reasons he decided to sign with the Lakers was a recognition of his impending basketball mortality.
    He loved his time in Toronto, he said, but “I wasn’t sure I was going to be able to be the player that they needed me to be there in order to win it.” With the Lakers, Gasol knew, he wouldn’t have to fill as big of a footprint alongside two of the NBA’s biggest stars.
    But the expectation the 36-year-old had was
  • Is the grass always greener somewhere else?

    Is the grass always greener somewhere else?
    Much has been written about businesses vacating California. One “catcher’s mitt” state has even coined the phrase “Texodus” to describe companies bolting California for the Lone Star state.
    Catchy indeed.
    Another city has erected a mock Statue of Liberty on its strip – “give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore…”. Who knew that would be applicable to enterprises see
  • Santa Ana finds room for improvement after beating Estancia

    Santa Ana finds room for improvement after beating Estancia
    SANTA ANA – Santa Ana coach Charlie Tegantvoort said that, in his opinion, the only team that can beat Santa Ana is Santa Ana.
    On a night when they honored the team’s seniors, the Saints defeated Estanica 37-6 in an Orange Coast League game on Friday at Santa Ana Stadium, but the players weren’t satisfied with the victory after drawing over 100 yards in penalties.
    “We had some good players making some good plays,” Tegantvoort said. “But we expect great players
  • Corona del Mar barely gets past rival Newport Harbor in ‘Battle of the Bay’

    Corona del Mar barely gets past rival Newport Harbor in ‘Battle of the Bay’
    NEWPORT BEACH – Corona del Mar made it eight consecutive wins over rival Newport Harbor in the “Battle of the Bay” series by pulling out a 10-7 victory on Friday night at Newport Harbor High.
    Sea Kings kicker Dane Voorhees drilled a 40-yard field goal with 1:11 left in the first half that proved to be the difference in the game.
    Corona del Mar coach Dan O’Shea wasn’t concerned with style points, just a victory over their in-city rivals.
    “We consider this
  • Inspired James Bohls leads San Clemente past San Juan Hills in South Coast League opener

    Inspired James Bohls leads San Clemente past San Juan Hills in South Coast League opener
    SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — James Bohls briefly wiped his eyes after being asked what late San Clemente High assistant football coach Joe Wood would have thought of his performance Friday at San Juan Hills High.
    The senior running spoke from his soul and found the mark.
    “Coach Wood would be proud of me because Coach Wood was a big part of my heart,” he said after rushing for a career-high 176 yards and three touchdowns in the Tritons’ 35-7 victory over the Stallions to open the
  • Angels learn from Andrew Heaney’s failure and Chris Rodriguez’s success in loss

    Angels learn from Andrew Heaney’s failure and Chris Rodriguez’s success in loss
    The Angels’ Albert Pujols slaps hands with third base coach Brian Butterfield as he rounds the bases after hitting a three-run home run during the fourth inning of Friday’s 12-8 loss to the White Sox at Angel Stadium. (Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Images)
    ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA – APRIL 02: Shohei Ohtani #17 of the Los Angeles Angels celebrates his hit against the Chicago White Sox during the first inning at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on April 02, 2021 in Anaheim, California. (Phot
  • Andrew Heaney allows 7 runs in Angels’ loss to White Sox

    Andrew Heaney allows 7 runs in Angels’ loss to White Sox
    ANAHEIM — The Angels’ 12-8 loss to the Chicago White Sox on Friday night was ugly at the beginning and the end, with one encouraging nugget buried in the middle.
    Andrew Heaney had a rough start, allowing seven runs and putting the Angels’ in a six-run hole. They came back with five runs over two innings to make it a game, before the White Sox blew it open again with five runs in the top of the ninth.
    All the good vibes from their season-opening victory on Thursday were not lost
  • Cypress gets hot at the right time, rallies to beat Tustin

    Cypress gets hot at the right time, rallies to beat Tustin
    ANAHEIM — Tustin appeared to be in control early in its Empire League game against Cypress on Friday at Western High School. But the Centurions flipped the momentum in the third quarter and kept right on rolling.
    The Centurions, who were trailing at halftime, scored 21 points in the third quarter and 35 in the second half to defeat the Tillers 41-27.
    With two games remaining, the Centurions (3-0, 3-0) are in good position to win the Empire League.
    Quarterback Riley Kelly threw three first-
  • Villa Park holds on to beat El Modena after explosive second half

    Villa Park holds on to beat El Modena after explosive second half
    ORANGE — Villa Park withstood a late rally to beat El Modena 30-20 on Friday in a Crestview League game at El Modena High’s Fred Kelly Stadium.
    Both teams went on extended scoring runs in the second half. Villa Park (3-1, 1-0) opened the third quarter with four consecutive touchdowns to put the Spartans ahead 30-0.
    El Modena (3-1, 0-1) responded with three consecutive touchdowns of its own to cut the lead to 10 midway through the fourth quarter and make it a close game.
    The Vanguards
  • Kings silenced again by Martin Jones and the Sharks

    Kings silenced again by Martin Jones and the Sharks
    While the Kings have fourth place and a playoff berth still in their sights, another loss to San Jose, 3-0 at Staples Center Friday, sent them to seventh place in an eight-team division.
    Cal Petersen made his second consecutive start, stopping 32 of 34 Sharks shots on net.
    The line of Tomas Hertl, Timo Meier and Rudolfs Balcers accounted the San Jose goals, with each forward scoring one. Former Kings goalie Martin Jones continued his dominant stretch of play and his domineering of the Kings. He
  • Scores & photos from Friday’s high school football games, April 2

    Scores & photos from Friday’s high school football games, April 2
    The scores and all of our photos from the high school football games on Friday, April 2.
    SCORES
    Friday’s results
    BAY LEAGUE
    Culver City at Peninsula
    Palos Verdes 16, Redondo 14
    BIG VIII LEAGUE
    Corona at King
    Roosevelt 45, Santiago 21
    CITRUS 4 LEAGUE
    Glendora 33, Colony 7
    CRESTVIEW LEAGUE
    Yorba Linda 16, Foothill 6
    MOUNTAIN WEST LEAGUE
    Ayala 35, Charter Oak 14
    PACIFIC LEAGUE
    Crescenta Valley 13, Burbank 6
    PIONEER LEAGUE
    South Torrance 21, North Torrance 14
    Torrance at El Segundo
    RIVER VALLE
  • All the scores & photos from Friday’s high school football games

    All the scores & photos from Friday’s high school football games
    The scores and all of our photos from the high school football games on Friday, April 2.
    SCORES
    Friday’s results
    FRIDAY’S RESULTS
    BAY LEAGUE
    Culver City 49, Peninsula 0
    Mira Costa 49, Santa Monica 7
    Palos Verdes 16, Redondo 14
    BIG 4 LEAGUE
    Marina 35, Garden Grove 0
    BIG VIII LEAGUE
    Roosevelt 45, Santiago 21
    CHANNEL LEAGUE
    Lompoc 54, San Marcos 7
    Santa Ynez 41, Dos Pueblos 3
    CITRUS 4 LEAGUE
    Glendora 33, Colony 7
    CRESTVIEW LEAGUE
    Villa Park 30, El Modena 20
    Yorba Linda 16, Foothill 6
    CR
  • Ducks can’t keep pace with Coyotes in return to Honda Center

    Ducks can’t keep pace with Coyotes in return to Honda Center
    ANAHEIM — Anthony Stolarz made his second start in three games in place of injured goaltender John Gibson. Alexander Volkov scored a first-period goal in his Ducks debut after a trade last week. Jamie Drysdale recorded an assist on Volkov’s goal. Trevor Zegras returned to the lineup.
    The Ducks returned to Honda Center after a five-game trip and went to work chasing the Arizona Coyotes around the ice Friday. The Ducks had three days to rest and regroup after their longest trip of the
  • Yorba Linda defense shuts down Pistone, Foothill in Crestview League clash

    Yorba Linda defense shuts down Pistone, Foothill in Crestview League clash
    YORBA LINDA – Yorba Linda’s defense was the difference Friday in the Mustangs’ 16-6 win over Foothill in a Crestview League opener.
    The Mustangs, No. 17 in the Orange County top 25, is 4-0 overall. They lost to Newport Harbor in the season opener, but that loss has become a forfeit victory.
    No. 20 Foothill dropped to 3-1.
    Foothill running back Roman Pistone went into this week averaging 130 yards a game and 7 yards a carry. Yorba Linda clogged the running lanes all night, limit
  • Yorba Linda defense shuts down Foothill in Crestview League clash

    Yorba Linda defense shuts down Foothill in Crestview League clash
    YORBA LINDA – Yorba Linda’s defense was the difference Friday in the Mustangs’ 16-6 win over Foothill in a Crestview League opener.
    The Mustangs, No. 17 in the Orange County top 25, is 4-0 overall. They lost to Newport Harbor in the season opener, but that loss has become a forfeit victory.
    No. 20 Foothill dropped to 3-1.
    Foothill running back Roman Pistone went into this week averaging 130 yards a game and 7 yards a carry. Yorba Linda clogged the running lanes all night, limit
  • Lakers blow out Kings as Kyle Kuzma has big night

    Lakers blow out Kings as Kyle Kuzma has big night
    For the first time since LeBron James got hurt, the Lakers’ words matched their actions.
    Even as they languished without their stars, going 2-5 in their last seven games while stacking up as one of the worst offenses in the NBA, the Lakers consistently said they expected to win. Even 90 minutes before tip-off, when asked what his team was feeling after a barrage of injuries that has only gotten worse, Coach Frank Vogel replied: “Confident. We feel like we should win every night.&rdqu

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