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Prep Baseball: Clubbing Cubs rout Wildcats in sweep

By Dante Geoffrey dgeoffrey@times-standard.com @writessports on Twitter |

Track team puts on good showing

South Fork High School athletes traveled to Del Norte High School in Crescent City last Friday for the county finals. Freshman Aaron Etherton competed in the discus. Aaron threw 107-06 for 6th place. Sophomore Madisyn Salomon also competed in the disc...

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  • Golden State Warriors

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    OAKLAND -- One word describes the Warriors' locker room after their feverish, heart-stopping Game 2 win over Houston. One word illustrates the mood of the players as they explained how they escaped Oracle Arena with a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference finals.

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  • Golden State Warriors

    Kawakami: Stephen Curry wins duel against James Harden

    OAKLAND--If this had been a meaningless game, or even a practice, Stephen Curry versus James Harden on Thursday still would've been something to remember forever.

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  • NBA basketball

    Frustrating finish for James Harden, Rockets

    OAKLAND -- Ten out of 10 times, James Harden said, the Houston Rockets star would take the exact same situation his team had in the closing seconds of Game 2 on Thursday.

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  • Golden State Warriors

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    OAKLAND -- There is still a dreamy quality about it all, sort of a gauzy haze through which we keep seeing stuff that no follower of the Golden State Warriors ever expected to glimpse in a million bazillion years.

    By Mark Purdy Mercury News Columnist|

  • NBA basketball

    If Warriors win NBA title, expect parade in Oakland

    OAKLAND -- San Francisco might soon steal the Warriors away to a fancy new house across the bay, but one thing is certain -- if Stephen Curry and Golden State bring the city its first pro sports championship since the A's won the 1989 World Series, Oakland will have its parade.

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  • Martial arts

    Ex-top female boxer Holm schedules next UFC fight

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  • NBA basketball

    Warriors hold off Rockets 99-98, lead series 2-0

    OAKLAND -- Stephen Curry punched the air after having ended the cookout between him and James Harden.

    By Diamond Leung dleung@bayareanewsgroup.com|

  • NBA basketball

    Game 2: Anti-Hero (Warriors 99, Rockets 98)

    After seven consecutive losses against the Warriors, James Harden finally admitted it: "This is a really good team we're playing." Ironically, Harden's tacit reversal of his "they ain't even that good" comment comes after the Warriors' performance least worthy of praise. The Warriors were sloppy and stagnant on offense for much of Thursday night -- following up their impressive 36-point first quarter with 19, 22 and 22-point performances -- and looked occasionally distracted on defense. The...

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