Posts Tagged ‘referees’

Coaches Doc Rivers and Jim Boylen ejected in Clippers’ 128-121 victory over Bulls

Whatever bad words Clippers coach Doc Rivers exchanged with Chicago Bulls coach Jim Boylen were more than enough to have referee Jason Phillips eject both of them from the game late in the third quarter. Rivers looked at the referees in disbelief as he walked off the Staples Center court with 1:14..

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Orange too tough as Estancia football suffers first league loss

Most of the high school football games around Orange County on Friday night were rescheduled due to lightning. Lightning struck often in the distance to the north of Jim Scott Stadium, and the rain was heavy at times, but no thunder was heard as Estancia faced Orange.

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Newport Harbor girls’ water polo sinks Santa Margarita, advances to CIF Division 2 final

The high school game was physical, with 22 total exclusions called. Twice, the referees were fed up enough to call a double exclusion, kicking out a player from the Newport Harbor and Santa Margarita girls’ water polo teams at the same time. The Sailors also dealt with adversity as two starters,..

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NFL first: About one-fifth of the 124 officials will be made full-time employees this season

After years of deliberation and debates, the NFL is going with at least some full-time game officials. About one-fifth of the 124 officials will be made full-time employees this season, the NFL and NFL Referees Assn. announced Wednesday, with plans to give up to 24 of them that status

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NHL expands use of video review to determine legitimacy of goals

The NHL announced several rule changes Thursday that will take effect this season, most significantly the expansion of video review “to allow broader discretion to Hockey Operations to assist the referees in determining the legitimacy of all potential goals (e.g., to ensure they are ‘good…

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