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Lady Cubs come close in loss to McKinleyville

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Cubs out of post season in loss to Ferndale

Miranda >> South Fork High School boys’ soccer team fell twice last week, taking a surprising loss against Ferndale on the road, and playing McKinleyville tougher than the previous time, but losing 5-1. The 3-1 loss to Ferndale took...

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  • Football

    Bell's 1-yard TD run at buzzer lifts Steelers over Chargers

    SAN DIEGO (AP) Mike Tomlin and Le'Veon Bell knew exactly what had to happen.With five seconds left, the Pittsburgh Steelers down by three points and the ball inside the 1, Bell had to get into the end zone.It was a wildcat way to win, which the...

    By Bernie Wilson, AP Sports Writer|

  • Social affairs

    Firing, suspension, retirement rock college football

    The news read: USC coach Steve...Not many could have expected what came next on one of college football's most stunning and unbelievable days off the field.The storied USC program on the West coast fired its troubled second-year coach Steve...

    By Pete Iacobelli, AP Sports Writer|

  • Prep Sports

    Football: Bellarmine quarterback Troy Martig (ankle) remains day to day

    Bellarmine s Troy Martig runs for a touchdown against Serra in the third quarter at San Jose City College in San Jose, Calif., on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015. (Jim Gensheimer/Bay Area News Group)


  • Business

    California to big-league ballplayers: Stop chewing tobacco

    LOS ANGELES (AP) California lawmakers have taken the first step toward accomplishing something Major League Baseball could never do: Stop players from stuffing those big wads of chewing tobacco into their mouths during games.With Gov. Jerry...

    By John Rogers, Associated Press|

  • Men's sports

    Utley derided by Mets' fans as New York tops Dodgers 13-7

    NEW YORK (AP) Chase Utley joined the ranks of John Rocker and Pete Rose as the object of Mets' fans ire, the focal point of boos and profane chants.By the fifth inning Monday night his name had become a party tune, with the crowd chirping...

    By Ronald Blum, AP Baseball Writer|

  • Men's sports

    Granderson, Mets beat Dodgers 13-7 to take 2-1 lead in NLDS

    NEW YORK (AP) With big hits rather than beanballs, the New York Mets wiped out the Los Angeles Dodgers and took control of their testy Division Series.Curtis Granderson drove in five runs with two doubles off the wall, Travis d'Arnaud and...


  • Men's sports

    Dodgers pick Kershaw to start on 3 days' rest in Game 4

    NEW YORK (AP) To keep the Los Angeles Dodgers in the playoffs, Clayton Kershaw might have to end his postseason skid on short rest.With only three days between outings, Kershaw is scheduled to start Game 4 of the NL Division Series against...

    By Mike Fitzpatrick, AP Baseball Writer|

  • Football

    49ers in review: Loss to New York Giants provides some encouragement

    SANTA CLARA -- When the 49ers host the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, you'll have to squint to see the resemblance to the teams in Super Bowl XLVII.

    By Daniel Brown|

  • Football

    In losses, Raiders staying competitive

    ALAMEDA -- The Raiders are far from satisfied but light years from demoralized.

    By Jerry McDonald|

  • NBA basketball

    Warriors' Luke Walton open to input

    OAKLAND -- Warriors interim head coach Luke Walton has taken after Steve Kerr in being open-minded about accepting input.

    By Diamond Leung|

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