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Students to honor Clayton middle schooler after death following football practice

CLAYTON -- Students at Clayton's Diablo View Middle School will wear light blue on Thursday's first day of the school year in honor of Braden Fahey, the student who died last weekend after losing consciousness after a youth football practice Friday evening at Clayton Valley Charter High School. As an ongoing tribute, Braden's family and friends have invited students to wear sports jerseys to school Monday to honor Braden's love of local sports teams.Emergency responders were called to the school at 7:24 p.m. Friday and transported Braden to a hospital. He died Sunday, according to a GoFundMe...
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Berkeley teen wins gold in swim race from Alcatraz to San Francisco

Chetan Raghavan, 14, boarded a ferry headed to Alcatraz Island on Sunday. Raghavan, who lives in Berkeley and is a rising sophomore at the Head-Royce School in Oakland, disembarked directly into the cold water, joined by several of his schoolmates. Together, they treaded water, waiting for the start of the annual Alcatraz Sharkfest Swim race, which begins on the infamous island and ends at the San Francisco Aquatic Park.

Drury, Nola homer in big rally, Padres beat Giants 13-7

SAN DIEGO (AP) — This is the team the San Diego Padres envisioned having when they acquired Juan Soto, Josh Bell and Drury at last week’s trade deadline. Yes, there was a five-game losing streak, including losing three games at the rival Los Angeles Dodgers last weekend and a flummoxing 26-inning scoreless streak. But when they broke out of the slump, the Padres did it impressively, scoring 20 runs in consecutive wins against the San Francisco Giants. Brandon Drury hit a go-ahead, three-run home run in the sixth and Austin Nola’s two-run homer capped a seven-run rally — all with two outs — that carried the Padres to a wild 13-7 win against the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday. The Padres fell behind 4-0, surged ahead 6-4 after Manny Machado’s two-run double ignited a six-run rally in the third and then fell behind 7-6 in the sixth. But the Padres came through with another big rally in the bottom of the sixth, the second time they batted around in the game.
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Kittle: Why Jimmie Ward one of NFL's 'most underrated players'

George Kittle joined back-to-back podcasts on Tuesday and raved about how quietly talented one member of the 49ers' secondary is. While making an appearance on KNBR’s “Papa & Lund” podcast, The People’s Tight End praised his teammate and San Francisco safety Jimmie Ward while making a strong case for his underrated narrative.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
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What we learned as two nightmare innings doom Giants vs. Padres

SAN DIEGO -- Pitchers take a lot of pride in shutdown innings, in keeping the momentum going, and getting their hitters right back into the batter's box after a big frame. There was none of that on Wednesday. The Giants had two big innings at the plate and both times...
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Giants blow two leads en route to series loss to Padres

The Giants are fighting, but they can’t seem to hold on. That was the case Tuesday night when the Giants overcame a 4-1 deficit in the ninth inning, only to lose in extras on a Manny Machado three-run bomb. It was also the case on Wednesday, when the Giants...
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
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Why The Magic Theatre Likes To Party

An iconic SF theatre finds its way back by leveraging its greatest asset — people. At the risk of sounding like a complete egghead, let me start by saying I have a theory about parties. Yes — I’d rather write about a party than attend one. And if I were to attend one, I’d likely help decorate the wall. I can’t drink (anymore). I can’t dance (never could). I’d happily share my thoughts with anyone at the party willing to hear them. But since I’m not attending this party — at the Magic Theatre tomorrow night — let me share my pet theory here.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
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Nemanja Bjelica Shares First Message Since Leaving Warriors

View the original article to see embedded media. After helping the Golden State Warriors win the 2022 NBA Championship, veteran big man Nemanja Bjelica decided to sign with Fenerbahce in Turkey. Appearing in 71 games for the Warriors last season, Bjelica averaged 6.1 PPG on 46.8% from the field. After his decision to sign with Fenerbahce was announced, Bjelica shared a message to the Warriors and their fans on Instagram.
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