Potential Dodgers Strike, Steve Gregory on the Migrant Flights & Horoscopes
A Potential Dodgers Strike, Steve Gregory on the ‘Migrant Flights’ & Horoscopes
NASCAR President Has Telling Admission On Bubba Wallace
NASCAR's decision to suspend prominent driver Chase Elliott was a controversial one. However, NASCAR's president, Steve Phelps, has opened up about the situation. Phelps made it clear that they felt they had to suspend Elliott after suspending Wallace for a similar move last year. “It would ...
Huge news: OKC may host Summer Olympic events
The Los Angeles 2028 Organizing Committee is considering moving the Games' canoe slalom events to the Riversport Rapids Whitewater Center in Oklahoma City. Riversport Rapids was built south of downtown along the Oklahoma River as part of the sales-tax-funded MAPS 3 initiative and has seen several improvements since opening in 2019. It is an established site for the sport and is selected as the host for the International Canoe Federation (ICF) World Canoe Slalom Championships in 2026. It has also hosted the ICF Canoe Sprint Super Cup in 2021 and 2022.
The U.S. Open returns to L.A. after 75 years. It took that long for a reason
THE LAST TIME THE U.S. OPEN TEED OFF IN Los Angeles, Harry Truman was president, Stalin still controlled the Soviet Union, interstate highways didn’t exist and “The Ed Sullivan Show” was 10 days from its debut. Ben Hogan had yet to win an Open, but that would change that week in 1948 with his two-shot victory over Jimmy Demaret at Riviera Country Club, Hogan’s third win at the course in 16 months, including two Los Angeles Opens.
Kennedy Powell in transfer portal; 5 possible destinations
LOS ANGELES (BVM) — Kennedy Powell entered the transfer portal after one season with the UCLA Bruins and has three years of eligibility remaining. In Powell’s lone season, she started 45 games, recorded a .374 batting average, hit one home run and accumulated 21 RBIs. She was also named to the Pac-12 All-Freshman team, but now the once highly touted recruit aims to compete for a new program. These are five possible destinations for her.
Hundreds of Law Enforcement Officers to Run in Pasadena to Raise Funds for Special Olympics – You Can, Too
Law enforcement officers from local, county, state, federal, and military agencies by the hundreds are expected to lace up their running shoes in Pasadena’s Desiderio Neighborhood Park for the Special Olympics Southern California Law Enforcement Torch Run on Wednesday, and the public is invited to join. This event, beginning...
Swimply Expands Rental Marketplace To Pickleball Courts
Los Angeles-based online marketplace Swimply, which lets homeowners rent out their unused pools to local swimmers by the hour, has expanded its marketplace to now include private pickeball courts. The company says pickleball is the "fastest growing sport in America", and it has over 300 courts already listed for rent in such markets as New York, Los Angeles, the Bay Area, Houston and Austin.
Vanderbilt's Sargent qualifies for U.S. Open
Only two months after playing in the 2023 Masters Tournament, Vanderbilt sophomore Gordon Sargent has qualified to play in the U.S. Open. Sargent earned one of three qualifying spots among a field of 43 competing at Hawks Ridge Golf Club in Ball Ground, Ga., on Monday. He shot a nine-under-par 64 in the opening round and followed with a 67 in the second round, finishing with a 13-under-par score of 131 over 36 holes.
Trojan Signing Day: USC and Lincoln Riley deliver a memorable Monday
Monday was one for the history books at USC. This was no ordinary day in football recruiting; it was a special day which had the school and fan base buzzing. All of this happened without an athletic director. Imagine that!. When offensive lineman Manasse Itete became the third player to...
What has changed for USC football in the past 72 hours? Quite a lot
It’s a story everyone at USC is talking about. It’s also a big development in the larger college football universe. The Trojans landed six commitments in just over 48 hours from Saturday night through Monday night. They landed four recruits on Monday, one of which had not been named at the time this article was published.
In recruiting battle with Oklahoma and Michigan, 'USC set the bar' for 4-star running back
It's been fairly well documented that USC, Oklahoma and Michigan are the three schools most likely to land four-star Longview (Texas) running back Taylor Tatum. Tatum, the nation's No. 1 rated 2024 tailback, took an official visit to USC last weekend and told 247Sports.com's Steve Wiltfong: “I ...
Why USC's electric recruiting run under Lincoln Riley is better than the numbers
It is true that recruiting players doesn’t guarantee championships. The recruits have to be good enough. The coaching has to be skilled enough. The football program has to help players make the leap from potential to reality, from theory to actualization. Yet, what also matters in football is player...
Cink among 45 players in US Open after 36-hole qualifiers
Stewart Cink has earned another trip to the U.S. Open at age 50. Cink first qualified for the U.S. Open in 1996. He turned 50 a month ago and loves playing the majors so much he says he'll trying to
BRO Three-Pointer No. 2: Football Recruiting Shows Results of Winning Games
In our second three-pointer of the week, we break down UCLA’s early recruiting success in 2024, and our theory that it’s due to winning more games in the last two years.
USC’s Neubauer and Heggen qualify for State
658 Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton–Qualifies for the Class A State Tournament. Medalist: Hunter Schmidt (Martin County West)–146 Kadyn Neubauer 158 7th–Qualifies for the Class A State Tournament. Blake Bullerman 169 9th. Carter Hart 185 24th. Brennan Anderson 186 25th. Brennan Olson 194 31st. Jorge Martinez 195 33rd. Story by Coach...
US Open Final Qualifying - Who Made It And Who Missed Out?
Several big names missed out while four LIV golfers gained a berth in the field at the Los Angeles Country Club
LIV golf's Carlos Ortiz qualifies for U.S. Open after winning 7-hole playoff at Pine Tree Golf Club
BOYNTON BEACH — Carlos Ortiz wasn’t in a celebratory mood Monday after qualifying for his first major championship in more than a year. The Jupiter resident was exhausted after playing 43 holes of golf, finally ending the marathon day with a 3-foot birdie to win a seven-hole playoff over Luis Gagne and Wesley Bryant in the final U.S. Open qualifier at Pine Tree Golf Club.
BRO Three-Pointer No. 1: Mick Cronin's Grand Plan for Roster Building
We break down how Mick Cronin has rebuilt UCLA's roster with the help of international recruiting, and how it was all part of a grand plan.
Join the 10th Planet Revolution: Celebrate 20 Years of Jiu Jitsu Excellence with Food, Cocktails, and Music!
🎉🎉🎉Attention all Jiu Jitsu lovers!🎉🎉🎉. Are you ready to celebrate the 20th anniversary of 10th Planet Jiu Jitsu? 🎉🎉🎉. Join us on June 10th, 2023 at 6414 McKinley Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90001 for an exclusive and special evening filled with food, cocktails, and great music. 🍔🍹🎶
South L.A. golf course at the center of ambitious community investment effort
In a quest to increase the visibility of golf, locals are trying to open the sport to more by refurbishing Maggie Hathaway Golf Course in South L.A.
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