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  • Clipper's owner Steve Ballmer files countersuit against ex-Seattle Sonics assistant

    SEATTLE Former Microsoft CEO and new NBA owner Steve Ballmer has filed a six-figure counterclaim plus damages against a longtime ex-Sonics assistant he says used his name to defraud investors. Ballmer also contends in the 33-page claim, filed Friday in...
  • Water polo: Harvard-Westlake, Mater Dei, Loyola head for Santa Barbara tournament

    The top teams in high school water polo will be playing in the Santa Barbara tournament on Friday and Saturday. No. 1 Harvard-Westlake, No. 2 Mater Dei and No. 3 Loyola, the top three teams in Division 1, are all in action. Two of those three teams...
  • Football officials get little thanks for job well done

    Football officials get little thanks for job well done
    Cary Fields liked nothing better than heckling referees, and he was giving Stan Staneff an earful. It was 1975, back when UCF was known as Florida Tech and the Knights played Rollins in a men's basketball game at Winter Park High School. Fields was...
  • Casey Cochran Sets A Smart Example

    Casey Cochran Sets A Smart Example
    It had to be so hard for Casey Cochran to stop playing football. Here was a record-setting high school quarterback from Monroe, son of a legendary high school coach, now the starting quarterback at UConn. The gridiron world was his oyster, but for one...
  • N.C. high school football team inspires its 'littlest big fan' to fight back

    MINT HILL, N.C. Mike Boteilho was worried. His 6-year-old daughter, Ashlee, was in the hospital in July, struck by a rare disease that was robbing her ability to walk. The Boteilho family first noticed something was wrong days earlier, July 12, at...
  • High School Roundup: Inconsistency plagues Breakers

    High School Roundup: Inconsistency plagues Breakers
    It's the first full week of the season but Laguna Beach High girls' volleyball Coach Raul Papaleo already sees areas in which his team must show improvement. Laguna opened the season Sept. 4 at Santa Margarita and lost in three sets to the Eagles, 25-...
  • Central Catholic volleyball standout Darcy Wolf is hungry for success on the court and in the classroom

    Central Catholic volleyball standout Darcy Wolf is hungry for success on the court and in the classroom
    Darcy Wolf said she got her competitive spirit from her parents. Her mother, Jean, was a collegiate swimmer at Notre Dame. Her father, Joe, was an All-American offensive lineman at Boston College and a first-round draft pick who played nine NFL...
  • Central Catholic football team seeks signature win against Parkland

    Central Catholic football team seeks signature win against Parkland
    Since becoming Central Catholic's football coach before the 2012 season, John Cupples has preached a similar message. Competing for a spot in the District 11 Class 3A playoffs isn't sufficient. He wants the Vikings to contend with the best teams their...
  • From dressing out to dodgeball: 10 worst gym class nightmares

    Gym class memories either give you post-traumatic flashbacks or the opportunity to relive your glory days. If you were a sports star or even a mid-level jock, this isn't for you. This is for the rest of us. 1. Having to dress out. Not every school...
  • Westminster snaps another team's streak of more than 30 wins

    Westminster snaps another team's streak of more than 30 wins
    Where have I heard this before? Westminster's football team takes on an opponent with a winning streak of at least 30 games and pulls off the upset. The Owls did that Friday night, beating Middletown, 21-19, after the Knights had won 36 consecutive...
  • Crescenta Valley baseball prospect refuses to let football team down

    Crescenta Valley baseball prospect refuses to let football team down
    In a world full of cynics and people who refuse to believe that someone can do something for the good of the team, let me introduce Brian Gadsby, a senior at Crescenta Valley High who has developed into one of the top pitching prospects in Southern...