Oregon hosts one-day event for players interested in playing for Ducks

The University of Oregon recently hosted a one-day event at Orange Coast College’s Pirate Park for high school baseball players who might be interested in attending the university and playing for renowned Ducks coach George Horton.

The Southern California Showcase Camp in Costa Mesa was... read more

Dodgers-Nationals game suspended because of faulty bank of lights

A faulty bank of lights along the third-base line at Nationals Park forced suspension of the Los Angeles Dodgers-Washington Nationals game Friday night.

The game was suspended with no outs in the sixth inning after a third power outage affected the bank of lights along the third-base line... read more

California NFL cheerleaders finally gain ‘employee’ status

Professional sports teams in California will finally have to treat their cheerleaders like employees and provide them with all benefits that employees are entitled to get, thanks to a new law just signed by Gov. Jerry Brown.

Gov. Brown signed the measure on Wednesday this week, requiring... read more

L.A. Lakers not demoralized by free-agent misses: Mitch Kupchak

The Los Angeles Lakers have missed out on a number of highly desirable players at the start of the free agency period but the franchise is not demoralized by that, the team's general manager Mitch Kupchak said.

The team's managers met with at least free agents of the NBA, viz. Greg Monroe... read more

PGA Grand Slam to move from Donald Trump’s course in Los Angeles

The PGA of America on Tuesday announced its decision to move its Grand Slam of Golf from Republican presidential candidate and business tycoon Donald Trump's course in Los Angeles.

The decision is the first significant fallout for golf from Mr. Trump's controversial comments about Mexican... read more

San Francisco becomes the first city to ban tobacco on ground

The San Francisco Mayor, Ed Lee has signed a bill that bans the use of chewing tobacco from all its sports stadiums, including AT&T Park. San Francisco has become the first city in the nation to outlaw chewing tobacco from its playing fields.

Matthew L. Myers, president of the... read more

San Francisco becomes first US city to ban chewing tobacco from its playing fields

San Francisco has become the first city across the nation to ban chewing tobacco from its playing fields such as AT&T Park, which is home to the San Francisco Giants.

Players and the manager of the team have expressed support for the ordinance that Mayor Ed Lee signed into law on... read more

Olympic Swimmer Michael Phelps engaged to Nicole Johnson

Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps is engaged with his long time girlfriend Nicole Johnson, according to announcements made by the couple on Instagram and Twitter. Phelps posted an image of him with Johnson with caption “She said yes”.

The record setting Olympics swimmer shared the happiness... read more

Colorado Buffaloes fall to California Golden Bears in second overtime

The Colorado Buffaloes fell to the California Golden Bears 59-56 at Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, California, Saturday afternoon.

After coming out of the gates, the Colorado Buffaloes were looking quite fervent. The team's quarterback Sefo Liufau hit tight end Sean Irwin up the field for... read more

California Chrome’s end of season target is Breeders’ Cup: trainer says

Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner California Chrome lost another attempt to grab the Triple Crown by losing the $1-million Grade II Pennsylvania Derby at Parx Racing to rival racehorse Bayern; but his trainer Art Sherman said he would make yet another attempt later this year.

Sherman... read more

California limits full-contact football practices for school students

California Governor Jerry Brown has signed a bill into law that will limit full-contact football practices at middle and high schools.

The Golden State's new law will prevent football teams from holding full-contact practices during the off-season and limit them to no more than two ninety... read more

Hossler wins back-to-back SCGA Amateur titles

Beau Hossler on Sunday joined the small elite club of golfers by winning back-to-back Southern California Golf Association (SCGA) Amateur Championship.

The Texas Men's Golf rising sophomore's dominant, wire-to-wire triumphput him four strokes ahead of other contenders at the field.

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