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  • Boys' basketball: Palisades defeats Fairfax

     
    Kahlil Johnson had 18 points and Donovan Johnson 16 points to help Palisades defeat Fairfax, 67-52, in a Western League game. L.A. University defeated LACES, 74-60, with David Nwaba scoring 31 points and Kris Berry 21 points. In the West......
  • Boys' basketball: Grant gives Howie Levine his 11th league title

     
    Howie Levine is in his 25th season as coach of Van Nuys Grant, and the Lancers gave him his 11th league title on Wednesday, clinching the East Valley League title with a 63-52 victory over Arleta. Gor Plavchyan scored 28......
  • Boys' basketball: Palisades claims second place in Western League

     
    Donovan Johnson scored 19 points to help Palisades (16-12, 9-3) finish in second place behind Westchester in the Western League with a 75-65 victory over L.A. University. David Nwaba scored 29 points for University (22-8, 7-4). In the West Valley......
  • Boys' basketball: Taft takes 23-15 lead over Palisades

     
    Top-seeded Woodland Hills Taft is off to a good start in its City Section Division I semifinal game against Palisades, opening a 23-15 lead after the first quarter at USC's Galen Center. Taft's early strategy has been trying to get......
  • Question of the Day: Will the NBA's Kings stay in Sacramento or move to Anaheim? [Updated]

     
    Writers from around the Tribune Co. weigh in on the topic. Check back throughout the day for more responses and feel free to leave a comment of your own. Ira Winderman, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Going, going, gone. It's not as......
  • Sacramento arena woes hit close to home

     
    Out here in Sacramento, for Kings fans, a 15-45 team is not the worst news. Nor is it the fits thrown by rookie DeMarcus Cousins. Or the injury to point guard Tyreke Evans that will keep him out tonight against the Magic. The worst possible news for Kings...
  • Boys' basketball: Co-MVP honors for Dinwiddie, Blackwell

     
    Spencer Dinwiddie and C.J. Blackwell, standouts for Woodland Hills Taft, have been named co-MVPs of the West Valley League in basketball. First-team all-league picks were Terrell Funches and Derrick Hector of Chatsworth, Jaylan Bland of Reseda Cleveland,...
  • Sacramento mayor says Kings' relocation effort like 'slow death'

     
    Kevin Johnson, the former NBA guard who's now Sacramento's mayor, said on his blog that the Sacramento Kings' overtures to moving to Anaheim's Honda Center is "like a slow death," but encouraged citizens to rally for "a new beginning." Johnson......
  • Hearing his own number called surprised Logan Thomas

    BLACKSBURG – When Virginia Tech's Logan Thomas heard the play come down Saturday from the coaches' box through the headset he was wearing on the sideline, it didn't register at first. It was his moment – his chance to get in a game in a...
  • Football: First-team defense

    Thomas Erdman River Hill, lineman, senior •Great speed and quickness for a 6-2, 230-pound defensive end; could make the tackle or force the takeaway •Had 86 tackles - 49 solo and 24 for a loss; tied team record with 10 sacks; forced five...
  • Mt. Wilson road, closed since '05, could reopen soon

    Mt. Wilson road, closed since '05, could reopen soon
    For decades, outdoor enthusiasts would trudge the nearly nine-mile climb through the craggy foothills above Pasadena, following the same worn trail that workers used to haul the large telescopes to the Mt. Wilson observatory a century ago. But rain-...