Archive for August, 2018

Ethan Garbers ties CdM touchdown record in blowout of El Toro

Ethan Garbers wears No. 4 at Corona del Mar High.

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Huntington Beach comeback falls short against Long Beach Wilson

The Huntington Beach High football team got its passing game going in the fourth quarter Friday night against Long Beach Wilson, with junior tight end Christian Moore as a key target. Still, on a fourth-and-two situation on the Bruins’ four in the final minute of the game, Wilson coach Mark Ziegenhagen…

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Agentes de TSA y de Protección Fronteriza están probando nueva tecnología de reconocimiento facial en LAX

Los viajeros que vuelan desde la Terminal Internacional Tom Bradley en el Aeropuerto Internacional de Los Ángeles están siendo fotografiados como parte de un programa piloto destinado a monitorear mejor a los ciudadanos extranjeros que salen del país. El programa piloto de 30 días, que se lleva…

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Jill Ellis continues putting her mark on U.S. women’s team in win over Chile

Jill Ellis had only 13 months to prepare for the last Women’s World Cup, so the U.S. national team the coach took to Canada in 2015 was one that had largely been chosen and developed by someone else. Not that it made much of a difference; the U.S.

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St. John Bosco’s D.J. Uiagalelei shows why he’s the No. 1 college prospect for class of 2020 in 52-14 victory over Mililani

Southern California is the place where quarterbacks become household names as teenagers. Following in the footsteps of Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen and JT Daniels is D.J

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California Legislature passes major police transparency measures on internal investigations and body cameras

California lawmakers approved two landmark measures late Friday to open internal investigations of police shootings and make body camera footage public. If signed by the governor, the bills would undo some of the nation’s strictest rules keeping law enforcement records secret and ensure the public…

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Sixth-ranked Mission Viejo beats La Habra 28-14, but coach not happy

The sixth-ranked Mission Viejo High football team is still unblemished on the season after a 28-14 home victory Friday night over La Habra, but first-year head coach Chad Johnson had some stern words for his Diablos postgame. “This might count as a win on paper,” he yelled to his tightly huddled…

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Sixth-ranked Mission Viejo beats La Habra 28-14, but coach not happy

The sixth-ranked Mission Viejo High football team is still unblemished on the season after a 28-14 home victory Friday night over La Habra, but first-year head coach Chad Johnson had some stern words for his Diablos postgame. “This might count as a win on paper,” he yelled to his tightly huddled…

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Sloane Stephens defeats Victoria Azarenka for third consectuive time

Sloane Stephens had modest goals the first few times she played against Victoria Azarenka, a two-time Grand Slam winner. “I was just happy to be on the court with her and competing and pushing her and playing good points and things like that. Not necessarily expecting to win,” Stephens said

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Andrelton Simmons’ two-run homer helps Angels beat Astros 3-0

After the Angels won their second straight game against the Houston Astros with a shutout on Friday night, manager Mike Scioscia took a minute to rave about his pitching staff. “The one theme here the last two games is I love the way we’re pitching,” he said

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