The Inspirational Story of George Jordan III, Local Hero of Pittsburg, California
We bring you a special report on an inspirational individual who has become a local hero in Pittsburg, California. His name is George Jordan III, and his story is one of dedication, perseverance, and community impact.
De La Salle's 'Hammerin' Hank Tripaldi hits two home runs for late mom, the second a two-out grand slam to win NorCal D1 title
A six-run rally in the final inning to win the last game of the season and a championship is a remarkable story on its own. But the crushing blow, a grand slam with two out by "Hammerin" Hank Tripaldi, took storytelling of De La Salle-Concord's improbable 11-8 Northern California Division 1 ...
Oakland A's Nevada ballpark: Will taxpayers foot the bill?
Oakland, California - At midnight Monday, the Oakland A's will know if they can count on Nevada and its taxpayers to support their move to Las Vegas. This is a fast moving story that could change any minute and Nevada legislators ponder wresting away a second team from Oakland. A...
Girls Soccer State Finals | De La Salle takes fourth in fist state finals appearance
Taking the field at the state finals for the first time in program history, De La Salle junior midfielder Imani Coleman did her best to soak in the feeling. “It was a big moment,” Coleman said of that moment on June 2. “We didn’t really know what it was going to be like but we were excited for the environment. We’re proud of what we’ve done so far and we just wanted to try to do our best out there.”
Sizeable Group Heads To NCAA Outdoor Championships
BERKELEY – California track & field's record-setting season ends this week as a program-record group 17 qualifiers head to the NCAA Outdoor Championships, scheduled this year from June 7-10 at Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin, Texas. Combined, this group of Golden Bears has set one U23 world and...
Cal Football: Bears Add 2024 3* S Brooklyn Cheek from Modesto
Cal beat Arizona, ASU, and WSU for the local KT Prep/Central Catholic player. He looks to add more to his impressive 8 INT/10 Passes Defended total in his upcoming senior year. Welcome to Berkeley!
Richmond’s Green named to 2023 Pac-12 Baseball All-Conference Team
Richmond’s Rodney Green Jr. was named to the 2023 Pac-12 Baseball All-Conference Team. The Pac-12 released its post-season baseball honors on May 23. Green is a graduate of El Cerrito High who has become an impactful player for the Cal Bears. This past season, which ended on May 24, the speedy outfielder led his team in stolen bases with 29, which is also second most in the Pac-12. He batted .293 with 14 homeruns and 38 RBIs in 52 games. The Cal Bears finished the season 12-18 in the Pac-12, and 24-8 overall.
No A’s welcome mat in Nevada until ownership change
This opinion column was submitted by Eric Ehrsam, a Reno resident. Re: "A's 'Moneyball' — should Nevada pay to play?," May 30: Having just read Pat Hickey’s piece, more needs to be said. As a lifelong A’s fan, watching A’s owner John Fisher purposely implode this storied franchise that I have loved since the 1980s...
WEST WINDSOR, N.J., – The No. 1 California Golden Bears repeated as Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) national champions, as the varsity eight won its grand final at Mercer Lake on Sunday morning. The title marks the 19th for the program (tied for second most in the country), second for Cal head coach Scott Frandsen (2022, '23), and is the 103rd all-time national championship for Cal Athletics. In addition, the Bears swept trophies in all four events (only the second ever school to do so) for the first time in program history on their way to winning the James Ten Eyck Memorial Trophy - given to the overall team points winner - for the first time since 2016. Cal finished with 288 points, a perfect Ten Eyck score.
A's Fans Funding Own Giveaway for June 13th "Reverse Boycott" Game
A's fans are producing shirts that carry their message for ownership
Cal Football: Bears Land 2024 Safety Prospect Brooklyn Cheek From Modesto
The three-star recruit is Cal's third commitment in the class of 2024.
High school hoops stars Juju Watkins, D.J. Wagner attend prom together
Sierra Canyon standout and USC commit Juju Watkins and Camden High star and Kentucky commit D.J. Wagner both traveled across the country to attend each other's prom.
Hometown Hopefuls: Kelly Cheng/Sara Hughes, California
Kelly Cheng and Sara Hughes, two Southern California natives, are the new premier U.S. beach volleyball team going into the 2024 Paris Olympics. Source: https://olympics.nbcsports.com/2023/06/05/hometown-hopefuls-kelly-cheng-sara-hughes-california/
The 2023 Summer Football Newcomers
A total of fifteen newcomers will matriculate to Cal this month (meaning they were NOT here this Spring) and will be additions to the roster that exited the spring as arguably the deepest and most talented in the Justin Wilcox era. These fifteen are a combination of high school and JC recruits alongside a few late transfer portal additions. Let’s look at each of them and their potential to impact the 2023 team.
No. 1 Cal Continues Powerful Performance At IRAs
Zach Franzen/KLC fotos The varsity four won the Eric Will Trophy for the fourth time in program history. WEST WINDSOR, N.J., – It was another incredible day of racing for the No. 1 California Golden Bears men’s rowing team as the varsity four won its grand final to take home the Eric Will Trophy for the first time since 2007…
A’s set to begin long road trip in Miami
Filed under: Oakland Athletics Scores and Standings A’s set to begin long road trip in Miami Hogan Harris is expected to follow Shintaro Fujinami Friday. By Kris Willis@Kris_Willis Jun 2, 2023, 11:00am PDT / new Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: A’s set to begin long…
Nobody in Vegas Wants to Watch the A’s Either
Their attendance in Oakland has been dismal but Dan isn’t convinced moving to Vegas is going to improve matters.
Cyclists Injured by Collapsing Fence on Berkeley Bike Path
Two East Bay couples are recovering after a construction fence collapsed on them during a bike ride in Berkeley, leading them to call for improved safety measures. The fence, supported only by concrete blocks, likely fell due to strong winds, causing injuries including a broken arm and wrist.
Athletics in Oakland saga: What went wrong?
(KRON) — Oakland sports fans are caught in A Tale of Two Cities. News that the Oakland Athletics will likely move to Las Vegas was a tough blow for Oaklanders, who lost their NFL team, the Raiders, just three summers ago to the same Nevada city. On Thursday, Oakland city officials released their side of […]
Oakland Officials Make Final Efforts for A's Retention Amid Las Vegas Talks
As discussions of the Oakland A's possible relocation to Las Vegas intensify, city officials in Oakland are making one last push to keep the team in their hometown. The city aims to clarify the team's relocation efforts and address misconceptions about their search for a new home in Oakland. These efforts coincide with the ongoing debate in the Nevada Legislature on allocating nearly $400 million in public funds to support the A's construction of a $1.5 billion, 30,000-seat stadium with a retractable roof on the Las Vegas Strip.
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