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  • Michigan man pleads guilty to beating soccer referee to death during game

    Michigan man pleads guilty to beating soccer referee to death during game
    A Michigan man pleaded guilty Friday to beating a soccer referee to death during a recreational match last summer, and could face up to 15 years in prison, prosecutors said. Bassel Saad, 36, pleaded guilty to manslaughter in connection with the June...
  • Plea deal in soccer referee death: Man to serve 8-15 years

    DETROIT The recreational soccer player whose sucker punch killed referee John Bieniewicz during a game last summer in Livonia, Mich., pleaded guilty to manslaughter Friday in Wayne County Circuit Court. Bassel Saad, 36, of Dearborn will receive 8 to 15...
  • Burroughs soccer no match for No. 1 in playoff opener

    Going against a No. 1 seed to open the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs, the Burroughs High girls' soccer team and coach Brady Riggs knew they would have their hands full. However, after one half Thursday against top-seeded Serrano, which was...
  • Flintridge Sacred Heart soccer taken out in first round

    Flintridge Sacred Heart soccer taken out in first round
    LOS ANGELES — This season, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer saw a return to the playoffs and a return to the sideline for co-coaches Frank Pace and Kathy Desmond. The Tologs hosted Los Osos at Occidental College in the first round of the CIF...
  • On The Air Sunday

    AUTO RACING 1 p.m.: 2015 Daytona 500. FOX BASKETBALL Noon: Lafayette at Lehigh. CBSSN Noon: Women's College, Duke at North Carolina State. ESPN2 Noon: Women's College, Temple at South Florida. ESPNU 1 p.m.: Ohio State at Michigan. CBS 1 p.m.:...
  • Strife in Danny Mwanga's native Congo helps him keep MLS adversity in perspective

    Strife in Danny Mwanga's native Congo helps him keep MLS adversity in perspective
    Danny Mwanga doesn't call his most recent move to Orlando City a "fresh start" or a "blank slate." The fresh start in Mwanga's life came in 2006 when he boarded a plane in the Democratic Republic of Congo and was reunited with his mother in Portland....
  • 'Ashamed' Chelsea invites victim of fans' race-abuse to game

    Chelsea plans to invite the black man abused by its supporters at a French metro station before a Champions League game against Paris Saint-Germain this week to its London stadium for the return leg. The offer came as Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho...
  • Player pleads guilty in fatal punch to men's soccer referee

    A recreational soccer player who delivered one punch to a referee that killed the man pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter Friday in a deal with prosecutors that calls for him to serve up to 15 years in prison. Bassel Saad, 36, acknowledged in a...
  • Ecuadorean satirist halts jokes after death threats

    An Ecuadorean satirist whose biting online political humor provoked the ire of President Rafael Correa announcing on Friday that he's ceasing and desisting after receiving anonymous death threats. The man known as Crudo Ecuador directly addressed...
  • Girls' Basketball: Anderson standing tall for CdM

    Girls' Basketball: Anderson standing tall for CdM
    Corona del Mar High junior Krista Anderson sees a lot of Mark Decker these days. On the basketball court, Decker is her coach. In the classroom, Decker is her AP Psychology teacher. "It's kind of weird, because like I see him a lot," Anderson said....
  • Mayo: Where to play pickup soccer in Fort Lauderdale

    Mayo: Where to play pickup soccer in Fort Lauderdale
    Got lots of feedback on my Thursday Broward print column about pickup soccer players getting the boot from Fort Lauderdale parks. The gist: It's not only informal players getting squeezed by Fort Lauderdale's field shortage, but also kids in organized...